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TPAC Lightning Talk — 4 November 2009

Rotan Hanrahan will be giving a lightning talk on behalf of Sailesh Sathish at the Technical Plenary about Delivery Context interfaces during the first Lightning Talks panel. He'll be talking about DCCI Use Cases and Requirements.

UWA Wiki — 26 August 2009

Those who follow our meetings know that we've been transitioning a lot of content and work over to our UWA Wiki. We're currently working on a number of items that you can see listed in the Hot Topics section on the Wiki's main page.

Minutes from the Pisa Face to Face — 13 August 2008

The Ubiquitous Web Applications Working Group held a two day face to face meeting on 24-25 July 2008 in Pisa, Italy, hosted by the HIIS Laboratory of the Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie dell'Informazione. The meeting was very effective and covered a wide range of topics, see the minutes for details, including presentations on migratory user interfaces, and the GSMA Access project. Our next face to face will be in October as part of the W3C Technical Plenary in Mandelieu, France.

Meeting on Model-based design — 13 August 2008

On 23 July 2008, the Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie dell'Informazione, hosted a one day meeting in Pisa, Italy on model-based design. The participants came from a range of organizations including Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, ISTI, JustSystems, Siemens and Telefónica de España. The meeting ended with a concensus on moving forward on preparing a draft charter for a W3C Incubator Group as a means to advise W3C on the role of model-based design for authoring Web applications. More details can be found in the minutes.

Minutes for 01 May — 15 May 2008

The minutes are now available for the UWA working group teleconference for 1 May 2008 see http://www.w3.org/2008/05/01-uwawg-minutes.html.

Feel free to send your comments to public-uwa@w3.org.

Minutes for 17 April — 1 May 2008

The minutes are now available for the UWA working group teleconference for 17 April 2008 see http://www.w3.org/2008/04/17-uwawg-minutes.html.

Feel free to send your comments to public-uwa@w3.org.

Geolocation on the Mobile Web — 23 April 2008

Dave Raggett presents Geolocation on the Mobile Web (pdf) in WWW2008 on 23 April 2008, in the W3C Track session "The Web on the Move". The talk covers legal aspects, sensing techniques, examples of location based services, and the potential for work on standards.

Minutes for 10 April 2008 — 17 April 2008

The minutes are now available for the UWA working group teleconference for 10 April 2008 see http://www.w3.org/2008/04/10-uwawg-minutes.html.

Feel free to send your comments to public-uwa@w3.org.

Minutes for 3 April 2008 — 16 April 2008

The minutes are now available for the UWA working group teleconference for 3 April 2008 see http://www.w3.org/2008/04/03-uwawg-minutes.html.

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Minutes for 20 March 2008 — 3 April 2008

The minutes are now available for the UWA working group teleconference for 20 March see http://www.w3.org/2008/03/20-uwawg-minutes.html.

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Seoul Face to Face Meeting 4,6 March 2008 — 1 April 2008

group photo from day 2 The UWA Working Group met face to face in Seoul, South Korea, hosted by ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute). The face to face meeting was co-located with meetings of the W3C Device Descriptions and Best Practices Working Groups together with the Mobile Wednesday Workshop.

Minutes for 13 and 20 December 2007 — 10 January 2008

The minutes are now available for the UWA working group teleconference for 13 December see: http://www.w3.org/2007/12/13-uwawg-minutes.html and 20 December, see http://www.w3.org/2007/12/20-uwawg-minutes.html..

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UWA minutes now available for 6 December — 14 December 2007

The minutes are now available for the UWA working group teleconference for 6 December see: http://www.w3.org/2007/12/06-uwawg-minutes.html. This includes the resolution to request moving DCCI to CR.

Feel free to send your comments to public-uwa@w3.org.

UWA minutes aviable for 29 November — 11 December 2007

The minutes are now available for the UWA working group teleconference for 29 November see: http://www.w3.org/2007/11/29-uwawg-minutes.html.

Feel free to send your comments to public-uwa@w3.org.

UWA meeting at W3C Technical Plenary — 30 November 2007

The UWA working group met face to face at the W3C combined Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee Meeting which was held at the Hyatt Regency in Cambridge Mass. You can view a summary of the UWA meeting which started on Thursday afternoon on the 8th November and finished at lunchtime on Saturday 10th November. Our next face to face is planned for the first week in March 2008 in Seoul and will be hosted by ETRI.

UWA minutes available for 18 and 25 October — 2 November 2007

The minutes are now available for the UWA working group teleconference for 18 and 25 October, see: http://www.w3.org/2007/10/18-uwawg-minutes.html and http://www.w3.org/2007/10/25-uwawg-minutes.html. Feel free to send your comments to public-uwa@w3.org.

UWA Working Group to meet in Cambridge, MA — 1 November 2007

The Ubiquitous Web Applications working group is due to meet in Cambridge, Mass, USA from 8-10 November 2007 as part of W3C's co-located Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee meeting. The draft agenda for the UWA face to face can be found on the UWA Wiki. The minutes and other materials will be published after the event.

Minutes now available for 11th October — 22 October 2007

The minutes of 11th October teleconference of the UWA working group are now publicly available at http://www.w3.org/2007/10/11-uwawg-minutes.html. This meeting included a presentation on Device Coordination by Kangchan Lee.

Feel free to send your comments to public-uwa@w3.org

Minutes for 4 October now available — 12 October 2007

The minutes of 4th October teleconference of the UWA working group are now publicly available at http://www.w3.org/2007/10/04-uwawg-minutes.html. This meeting included a presentation on the DCCI by Keith Waters.

Feel free to send your comments to public-uwa@w3.org

Minutes for 27 September now available — 4 October 2007

The minutes of 27th September teleconference of the UWA working group are now publicly available at http://www.w3.org/2007/09/27-uwawg-minutes.html.

Feel free to send your comments to public-uwa@w3.org

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