GEO Task Force
Face-to-Face Meeting Page
Boston, November 2002

agenda - attendees - minutes (tbd)

The first Face-to-Face meeting of the GEO Task Force has been scheduled for Friday and Saturday, 22-23 November, 2002, in Westborough, Massachusetts, (a suburb of Boston).

See also the page for meeting logistics.


The agenda is still open for comments and suggestions. Please send to

To help us prepare for the meeting, please read the Discussion Document beforehand, and send in your thoughts and contributions on the public-i18n-geo list. This is especially important if you are not able to attend, since it will provide the opportunity for your voice to be heard.

Times are local Boston time (UTC/GMT -5). They are approximate, although we will try to stick to times when we know people will be phoning in.

Day 1: Friday, 22 Nov 2002

TimeTopicPhone participants?
9.00Joint GEO/WS welcome & introductions 
9.30Guest speaker: Whitney Quesenbery, Whitney Interactive Design, LLCWhitney
11.00Review of WAI approach to guidelines 
12.00Audience, user needs and topic areas for guidelines 
1.30Audience, user needs and topic areas for guidelines (continued) 
3.30Architecture to support the guidelines 

Day 2: Saturday, 23 Nov 2002

TimeTopicPhone participants?
9.00Education & outreachSuzanne (tbc)
11.00Content brainstorming 
1.30Content brainstorming (continued) 
2.30Process issues 
3.30Next steps & AOB 


Please confirm with Richard Ishida whether or not you will be able to attend.

These meetings are open to members of the GEO Task Force, as well as those interested in participating in the public-i18n-geo mailing list, W3C I18N Working or Interest Groups.

Participating in person

Participating by phone

Regrets received

Undecided WG Members


The chair of the Internationalization Working Group is Misha Wolf (Reuters). The chair of the Web Services Task Force is Addison Phillips (webMethods, Inc.). The staff contact of the Internationalization Working Group and the Web Services Task Force is Martin Dürst ( The chair and staff contact of the the GEO Task Force is Richard Ishida (

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