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Revision as of 04:44, 14 November 2013

Face-to-Face Home

09:00am: Closing the Gap Report

(Dom)

  • Update on status of report and status of standards working towards closing the gap
  • Tackling UX Gaps
  • Discussion on next steps

Accelerated spec development

  • develop/complete use cases (incl. by interviewing people with real needs)
  • prototype spec (e.g. prollyfill) to let broader community give feedback
  • develop test cases
  • help fixing spec bugs

Interesting Topics

  • Business models, payments, app stores, subscriptions etc.
  • Carrier billing
  • Video and Audio synchronisation; e.g. banging the drum game (Ryoichi Kawada)

10:30am: BREAK

11:00am: Web Standards Roadmap

(Dom)

11:15am: Focus Topics Round 3

Updates, current implementations, issues and ways we can help in the following areas:

Payments

(Dave)

Permissions

(Dom)

Dom's slides presented to the TAG in 2012

Security

(Dom):

The Web Security IG has started a call for interest on developing a clearer picture and set of requirements for security in the Web vs. Native debate. In general this relates to: lack of encrypted storage, impossibility to manage remotely locally-stored data for a given Web app, certificate/key management, difficulty to protect against XSS/CSRF attacks, difficulty to hide the code of the app (and thus greater exposure to attacks). Let's discuss our level of input to this activity.

Mobile Security Analysis in the Web Security IG

12:30pm: Lunch

02:00pm: Web Driver Demo

(David Burns, Mozilla) http://www.w3.org/TR/webdriver/

03:00pm: Focus Topics Round 4

Updates, current implementations, issues and ways we can help in the following areas:

Developer tools

(TBD)

Diagnostics/Debug

(TBD)

03:30pm: BREAK

04:00pm: Summary and conclusions