21 June 2000
32 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY
**20 June,1-5 pm setup and rehearsal [for all 10:30-11:15 demonstrators]**
(agenda subject to minor changes)
10:00 - 10:10: Welcome, Daniel Weitzner, W3C
10:10 - 10:30: Introduction to P3P, P3P Spec and POWG WG Chairs
10:30 - 11:45: Interoperability Demonstrations
Seven 10-minute demos from companies who have implemented P3P
11:45 - 12:15Q&A
12:15- 1:30 Open P3P Interop demo & idea exchange and lunch
Interoperable implementation demos -- A table will be setup for people to bring laptops to demo interoperable P3P implementations (based on May 10 P3P working draft). Internet connections will be provided at this table. User agents should work properly with W3C testbed and with policies provided by participating companies. W3C staff will setup a testbed by June 9 so companies can test their user agent implementations against a variety of P3P policies. They will also setup web-based validators for P3P policies and policy reference files and create a web site with pointers to P3P policies posted by participants. Implementors must send us a one paragraph description of what they will present to email@example.com by June 5.
P3P demos and idea exchange -- People with P3P implementation plans may bring laptops to demo partial implementations or posters to illustrate implementation plans. These demos and posters may include ideas in their preliminary stages that implementors are looking for feedback on. Posters should be mounted on a foam core board or other stiff board (posters must stand by themselves on a tabletop or stand on a table or the floor and lean against a wall). Presenters may bring an easel to display their posters, but freestanding exhibit booths will not be permitted. Implementors must send us a one paragraph description of what they will present to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 5.
The P3P Specification Working Group will hold a meeting to discuss the demos shown at the interop. Implementors and observers are invited to participate. This will be a working meeting to exchange implementation ideas, discuss whether further modifications to the P3P specification are needed, and discuss whether further documentation for P3P is needed (in the spec or in separate guidelines documents). This meeting will also include a discussion of open issues that have already been raised.
Last update 8 June 2000 by Lorrie Cranor