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Join First AutoWeb Face to Face Meeting in Barcelona (April 22)

Following the first conference call organized, the next step is a Face to Face meeting to move on the Business group activities.

F2F meeting in Barcelona:
Monday April 22
This is the same venue as the GENIVI All Members Meeting
GENIVI is sponsoring this F2F meeting. Thank you to GENIVI!
Time: 12 noon until 9 or 10pm

See also the Proposed Agenda

For full and final details please check the relevant wiki page 

These Face to Face meetings will be restricted to Business Group participants with the Business Group Agreement finalized or in process to be finalized.
Any question, support, contact Alan Bird (abird@w3.org) or Bernard Gidon (bgidon@w3.org)

To register, please use this registration form

This next step is the starting point of this Automotive Business Group activities, DON’T MISS IT

A second face-to-face meeting is planned for May 29 in Tokyo at the same venue as the Automotive Linux Summit and LinuxCon - more details on the relevant wiki page

1st Conf Call – Tues/Wed 3/26 & 3/27

Hi all,

I wanted to quickly schedule a couple of conf calls. Both will be scheduled for next week (one to cover Europe and one to cover APAC). Details are on our wiki under the current events page on the left hand side. If you would like me to send you the calendar appointment, please send me an email (address below).

Also, please notice I’m also suggesting that we add a F2F meeting in Tokyo during the Automotive Linux Summit and LinuxCon. My rationale for this is to cover both Europe and APAC since we have participants from both geos.

Conf Call #1: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 9:00 AM US Pacific Time
Conf Call #2: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 9:00 PM US Pacific Time

If you have additional topics please send me an email at adam . m . abramski at intel . com

Talk to you all next week,
Adam

Welcome to the W3C Automotive and Web Platform Business Group from Adam Abramski

Since a lot of new participants have joined since Adam sent this mail, and some folks have reported difficulties finding it, I am reposting the following as a blog entry.
It is also archived in the archive of the public mailing list.

From: Abramski, Adam M  
Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 01:29:47 +0000
To: "public-autowebplatform@w3.org"  
CC: "Abramski, Adam M"  
Message-ID:  
Hi all,

I wanted to welcome everyone to the Automotive and Web Platform Business Group!  Looks like we have a great start from both individuals and companies looking to participate in this group!   I believe there are probably other companies looking to participate as well but since many companies in the automotive industry have no experience with the W3C and have not participated before I'm expecting that they are running the CLA through their legal departments as well as getting some funding together.  Since these activities can take 30 days or more for many companies, I'm thinking that we should hold off in having a conference call for at least another 2 to 3 weeks.

I thought maybe I should take some time to give a bit of background about the formation of this group.  In the summer of 2012, the W3C was looking for an organization to sponsor a workshop on Automotive and Web (http://www.w3..org/2012/08/web-and-automotive/).  Since I work on the Tizen IVI team and since Tizen's main development environment is the web it made a lot of since for Intel to get involved and to sponsor the workshop.  During the workshop there were many topics covered as you might guess including exposing vehicle data thru Web APIs which seems to have a center of gravity in a variety of projects including GENIVI Alliance (http://www.genivi.org/), Webinos (http://www.webinos.org/about-webinos/) and Tizen (https://wiki.tizen.org/wiki/IVI).  Each of these projects have been working on very similar API specs.  Initially, this will be the main focus for the group as can be seen in the charter (http://www.w3.org/community/autowebplatform/automotive-and-web-platform-business-group-charter/) of the group.  Since mid to late December, I've been working on getting all the proper approvals here at Intel to propose and participate in this group.  Now here we are!

One last thought to leave the group with.  I'm thinking of organizing a F2F meeting on Monday, April 22nd (which is the day before the start of the GENIVI All Members Meeting) in Barcelona, Spain.  I would like to hear your thoughts on this proposal either over this email list or send me a personal email to the address below.

I look forward to starting the collaboration on this project with you all.

Sincerely,
Adam


Adam M Abramski
Product Planner
Intel Software & Services Group
adam.m.abramski@intel.com