TPAC2012

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TPAC 2012 (a W3C event) takes place 29 Oct to 2 Nov 2012 in Lyon, France.

On Wednesday, 31 October, we hold a "Plenary Day." As we did for TPAC2011, we will organize most of the day as "camp-style" breakout sessions. The TPAC2012-Committee is planning the day. We invite you to add to or comment on TPAC2012/SessionIdeas . The people at the meeting that day will build the agenda, drawing from ideas socialized in advance and new ideas proposed the day of the meeting.

Questions? See the FAQ.

Plenary Day Schedule

Draft schedule for Wednesday, 31-October 2012. "*" means "in plenary". See minutes.

  • 08:30-09:00: W3C Update*, Jeff Jaffe (slides, PDF)
  • 09:00-09:30: New and upcoming work* (wgs, cgs, bgs, workshops).
    • Web Performance Workshop, Philippe Le Hégaret (slides)
    • SVG 2, WOFF 2, Chris Lilley (slides)
    • Pointer Events, Doug Schepers
    • Web Platform Docs, Doug Schepers
    • Publishing, Ivan Herman (no slides)
    • TAG, Jeni Tennison (slides)
  • 09:30-10:30: Agenda building*, Tantek Çelik and Ian Jacobs. See room availability
  • 10:30-11:00: Break
  • 11:00-11:50: Breakouts 1
  • 12:00-13:20: Lunch
  • 13:30-14:20: Breakouts 2
  • 14:30-15:20: Breakouts 3
  • 15:20-16:00: Break
  • 16:00-16:50: Breakouts 4
  • 17:00-17:30: Sharing results* (Ian Jacobs to chair)
  • 17:30-17:40: Wrap-up*, thanks, TPAC 2013, Jeff Jaffe
  • 18h30-21h30: Dinner

Ideas

    • PGP key signing area (e.g., before dinner)?
    • Ask groups for upcoming meeting info for calendar.

Session Grid

time PASTEUR RHONE 1 RHONE 2 RHONE 3 RHONE 4 SAINT CLAIR 1 SAINT CLAIR 2 SAINT CLAIR 3a SAINT CLAIR 3b SAINT CLAIR 4
11:00-11:50 Digital Publishing (Ivan Herman) #digpub Minutes TPAC2012/Community Groups (Ian Jacobs) #community Minutes URL (Anne van Kesteren), #urlstandard Minutes Social Web (Ann Bassetti, Wendy Seltzer) #social Minutes Stereoscope 3D Web (Dong-Young Lee) #3dweb Minutes Web Quality BP (Elie Sloim, Aurelien Levy) #opquast TPAC2012/Offline Apps (Ashok Malhotra) #offline Minutes Testing (Philippe Le Hégaret) #testing Minutes Web Intents (Claes Nilsson) #intents Minutes
13:30-14:20 Responsive Images (Marcos Caceres), #respimg Minutes Extended DRM (Toru Kobayashi and Kiyoshi Tanaka), #edrm Minutes Digital Marketing (pptx) (Karen Myers), #digitalm Minutes Identity and Privacy on the Web (Henry Story), #identity Minutes Restyling W3C Specs: boilerplate content and styling (fantasai, darobin, divya), #restyle Minutes Intro of Sys Apps WG (Wonsuk Lee), #sysapps Minutes TPAC2012/agile W3C Process Agility (Steve Zilles), #agile Minutes Test the Web Forward (slides) (Rebecca Hauck, Alan Stearns), #testtwf Minutes XML Memory/Change tracking (Steven Pemberton), Change CG formed #xmlmemory Minutes Linked Data/Gov Publishing (Bernadette Hyland) #linkeddata Minutes
14:30-15:20 How to be a good chair (Charles McCathieNevile), #chair Minutes Performance in the real world (Paul Bakaus, Tobie Langel), #webperf Minutes Linked Data for Web Developers (François Daoust), #ld-dev Minutes Browser Fingerprinting a lost cause? (Brad Hill), #fingerprint Minutes Social Web Workshop early planning? (Ann Bassetti), #socwork APIs for trusted web apps (Dave Raggett), #sysapps Minutes Web Platform Docs (Doug Schepers), #webplatform Minutes Test Infrastructure (James Graham), #github Minutes Media and Disaster (Yosuke Funahashi), #disaster Minutes IndieUI (Rich Schwerdtfeger, Janina Sajka), #indie-ui Minutes
16:00-16:50 Multilingual Web (Felix Sasaki), see slides, #mlw Minutes End to end W3C APIs (Alexandre Morgaut), #jseverywhere Minutes TPAC2012/Modern Guide (Ian Jacobs), #guide Minutes Catch up on DNT (Nick Doty), #dntb Minutes TV APIs (JC Verdie), #tvapis Minutes Smarter WebApps for Smarter Phones (Bryan Sullivan), #smarterwebapps Minutes Declarative 3D as Polyfill (Johannes Behr), #dec3d Gov Open Data (Hadley Beeman), #opendata Minutes Future of W3C publishing process (Philippe Le Hégaret), #tr Minutes Speech and HTML (Debbie Dahl), #speech Minutes

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