See also: IRC log
<Clarke> Link to survey results
<pal> wouldn't a wiki be sufficient?
-> https://www.w3.org/Member/wiki/Webtv/testing#Feature_Coverage_Table results of the survey
<Bin_Hu> Kaz, I am on IRC and GoToMeeting, but not on phone line
<PaulHiggs> yes, Im on the call
<Bin_Hu> I am talking at another conference call - crazy multitasking
-> https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/member-web-and-tv/2013Jul/att-0015/Web___TV_Testing_Requirements-2013-07-31.docx draft requirements document
<Clarke> kaz, are you there?
<Clarke> rrsagend, draft minutes
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