MBUI Munich F2F 11-07-2013
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Meeting Minutes for 11/07/2013
9.00 - 10.00 * The new Ubiquitous Application Design Community Group
Dave's presentation on the community group: Ubiquitous Applications Relationships progressive enhancement and responsive design OpenLazlo: bad timing, way ahead Central tasks vs. core tasks Tasks vs. context AUI: dialogue vs. behavior Community Group: everybody can join Goal: make a stronger dialogue between redevelopers and researchers Goal: prepare specifications, tutorials to get developer's feedback Content: add toolkits available for Maria, UsiXML, etc Please: join the group, collaborate with contents, promote discussion
10.00 - 10.30 * What is involved in moving specs along the W3C Recommendation Track
Set of 6 phases until reach a W3C recommendation technical report: first public working draft recommendation track when to publish the first public working draft for the AUI implementation reports: who is willing to lead this task commitment possible proposal: do the implementation while the group is in 'sleeping_mode' then use the CG to discuss and test not mature enough for implementations vs. early implementation lead to feedback and could help to achieve a stable version of the specification heiko states that the AUI mm looks complete enough to support implementation to check synchronization efforts to 'adapt' task editors (e.g. palanque's one) and abstract ui editors (e.g. tesoriero's)
See the W3C Recommendation Track Process How can we demonstrate interoperability across all features in the task and abstract UI model specifications? Who will be able to provide implementation reports?
10.30 - 11.00 * What do we expect to have achieved by the end of the current charter (30 November 2013) How can we attract greater industry participation in the working group?
planning efforts necessary for interoperability tests by end of november creating a sub charter work on specifications get developer's feedback
11.00 - 12.00 * What do we need to do about rechartering? See current charter