The Push API PAG was resoved by the Push API PAG Report. This report concluded:
In response to Nokia's disclosure of Intellectual Property, the Push API PAG (PAPAG) concluded that the claims in Nokia's 9 disclosed patents (hereafter, Nokia Patents) do not read on the Push API Specification, assessed as of its 15 August 2013 Working Draft (hereinafter "Push API Specification").
The Push API Patent Advisory Group is a chartered Patent Advisory Group (PAG) as defined by the W3C Patent Policy (PP).
The mission of this Patent Advisory Group is to study issues and propose solutions related to nine patents applications excluded by Nokia Corporation, concerning the Push API First Public Working Draft.
The archived mailing list for communications by this PAG is firstname.lastname@example.org (with public-visible archive).
The group develops documents on a public wiki.
See also the Member-only page.
If you have any questions, please contact the PAG Chair, Wendy Seltzer <email@example.com>
For general information about PAGs, see section 7 of the W3C Patent Policy.
The W3C Staff Contact for this PAG is Yves Lafon <firstname.lastname@example.org>. The W3C Domain Leader for this PAG is Philippe Le Hégaret <email@example.com>.