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* Nov 7, 2013, Beijing: C-level event for W3M, Busdev team and management of Chinese members
 
* Nov 7, 2013, Beijing: C-level event for W3M, Busdev team and management of Chinese members
* Nov 9, 2013, Shenzhen: Tencent event
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* Nov 10, 2013, Shenzhen: Tencent event
* Nov 9, 2013, Shenzhen: WAI workshop as a session in Tencent event --- (confirmed with Tracy from Tencent)
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* Nov 10, 2013, Shenzhen: WAI workshop as a session in Tencent event --- (confirmed with Tracy from Tencent)
 
* Nov 10, 2013, Shenzhen: Test The Web Forward --- TBD
 
* Nov 10, 2013, Shenzhen: Test The Web Forward --- TBD
 
* Nov 10, 2013, Intro Day in the afternoon
 
* Nov 10, 2013, Intro Day in the afternoon

Revision as of 14:26, 22 May 2013

This is a placeholder for the page for planning TPAC 2013

Feedback from 2012

    • Survey results
    • Team only: TPAC2012 feedback
    • Feedback: Some people would like to be able to participate in allocation of rooms but do not like going to the board. Is there a way to allow people to register an idea online (in addition to the paper approach)?

Suggestions for 2013

  • Newly joined members from China have requested a session on IPR policies (2-3 hours)
 Angel has started the converstion with legal team to see whether this is feasible

Events for TPAC2013

  • Nov 7, 2013, Beijing: C-level event for W3M, Busdev team and management of Chinese members
  • Nov 10, 2013, Shenzhen: Tencent event
  • Nov 10, 2013, Shenzhen: WAI workshop as a session in Tencent event --- (confirmed with Tracy from Tencent)
  • Nov 10, 2013, Shenzhen: Test The Web Forward --- TBD
  • Nov 10, 2013, Intro Day in the afternoon
  • Nov 11-15, 2013, Shenzhen:TPAC2013
  • Nov 16, 2013, Shenzhen: one day off
  • Nov 17, 2013, Shenzhen: Team Day

Please note that the dates above, except the dates for TPAC, are still under discussion.

Suggested Invitation letter solution for TPAC2013

Building a new script on the server of Beihang is technically feasible, but the data security risk is too high for an untested new system. For AC2008 and WWW Conference in Beijing, Mauro and Angel sent out the invitations with the following info and did not receive feedback stating that the visa applicants had problem with it.

  • full name on the passport, e.g. Anqi Li
  • organization name, e.g. Beihang University
  • city and country of organization, e.g. Beijing, China
  • address of the organization, e.g. No.37 Xueyuan Road, Beijing, China (optional)

We will add to the TPAC registration WBS a section for those who need an invitation letter to provide the same information. Previously it was merged with Member records but as TPAC is open to individuals with affiliation to non-Members or without affiliation we should collect it directly in the WBS.

So W3C can collect the non-private data on the registration system and send them to Beihang so that Beihang can generate the invitations and send a static PDF file to the email address used for the registration.

For those who have further requirements wrt the invitation letters, please contact TPAC2013invitation@w3.org.

Suggestions for Scribing for TPAC2013 ( from Wendy and Josh )

  • 2 projectors, one for slides, the other for irc minutes
  • offer accounts with cloudirc or similar service (Web service sets up a persistent connection to the irc server, so you don't lose your nick or backlog when the local connection drops)
  • get everyone in the room to Present+ him/herself (or use tech,badge-in with a scanner or NFC reader)
  • make name cards for the table as well as making sure name tags are
  • 2-sided with large-print names and nicks, to make it easier for scribes to identify speakers
  • table microphones near every participant would be great, or multiple mics with someone walking around to shuttle them to speakers
  • recording
  • transcription