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We encourage attendees to start brainstorming TPAC2014 Wednesday session ideas in advance of the meeting.

See the TPAC 2014 FAQ for more information.

How to use this page

Please use this page to:

  • Propose sessions you wish you lead
  • Propose sessions you wish others to lead
  • Indicate whether you plan to attend a session (helps with scheduling)

How to propose a session

Please provide:

    • session name (as a === subhead === )
    • session proposer (optional: name a desired session leader, can be yourself)
    • one sentence session summary
    • type of session: (e.g.: talk, panel, open discussion, etc.)
    • goals of session
    • additional speakers/panelists

And feel free to simply add them here at the top. See site redesign below as a template for new entries.

Crowd sourcing use cases: spec development at light-speed!

Proposer: Natasha Rooney (Webmob co-chair)

Webmob gets its work done by focusing on individual tasks, finding the right people and working together to get documents out the door quickly. We will hold a breakout which explains the process in greater detail and answers some questions as to how to get started working in this way. We hope chairs, our group members, and other group members will attend!

  • Type of session: Talk, Q&A
  • Additional Speakers: Marcos Caceres

Web and Web Standards Ecosystem in 2024

  • Proposer: ArtB; (please send feedback, questions, etc. to public-openw3c)
  • Summary: What is the Web we want in 2024 and what is the optimal Web standards ecosystem to help achieve that?
  • Session Type: Panel
  • Panelists confirmed: Marcos Cáceres (Mozilla), Robin Berjon (representing Robin), Brian Kardell
  • Goal: to discuss topics and questions such as:
    • What do we expect to be the major Web interoperability problem(s) over the next ten years) that will need some type of open standardization effort to help solve?
    • To facilitate the evolution of the Web and Web standards development, what should be done differently now(ish)? In particular, what do are the more immediate high priorities, versus more long term activities; what new activities will be needed (f.ex. to fill Web standards gaps); what current activities don't help or are harmful to the Web's evolution?
    • What are the most important activities related to the creation and evolution of open Web standards that need to change to facilitate more interoperable and widely deployed open Web standards?
  • Background materials: