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W3C Audio WG Meetings and Minutes

Face-to-Face Meetings

Our Next meeting will be 16 - 17 September 2019 in Fukuoka, Japan in conjunction with TPAC 2019 Agenda

Previous meetings

25-26 June 2019 in Redmond, WA hosted by Microsoft.

25-26 October 2018 in Lyon, France in conjunction with TPAC 2018 Draft Agenda

26-27 March 2018 in Cambridge, MA. F2f March 2018

6-7 Nov 2017 in Burlingame, CA in conjunction with TPAC 2017 Draft Agenda

20-21 June 2017 in Cambridge, MA. Draft Agenda

22-23 September 2016 in Lisbon, Portugal in conjunction with TPAC ([1]) Draft Agenda

7-8th April 2016 in Atlanta, hosted by Georgia Tech.

25 - 26 October 2015 at TPAC 2015 in Sapporo Japan ([2]) ([3])

1-2 June 2015 in Boston, hosted by Noteflight ([4]).

October 2014 2014 face-to-face meeting at TPAC 2014 in Santa Clara.

26 - 27 March 2013 2013 face-to-face meeting Google offices in San Francisco.

23 - 24 January 2013 2012 face-to-face meeting Google offices in Venice Beach, California.

Telcon Details

From January 2013 onwards we have had calls on Thursdays at Noon Boston time approximately every 2 weeks.

An iCal calendar is published for group members' convenience.

W3C currently uses WebEx for telcons. You can either phone in using the meeting code, or you can connect via your browser using your computer speakers and mic (requires Java).

You will need a password to access this meeting - the current password is available to working group members here

Log in using your W3C credentials

Please remember to log in to the Audio IRC channel prior to the meeting.

Summaries, Meeting Minutes and Resolutions

  • 13 Nov 2014: summary and minutes
    • Topics
      • Web Audio Conference Session
      • Assign open issues which need WG decision to V1 or
      • Next meeting to be held on FRIDAY 21st November 2014
  • 16 Oct 2014: summary and minutes
    • Topics
      • TPAC Bug Review
      • Survey any existing tests for Web Audio and understand general testing practice by and for browser vendors
      • Discuss the need for spec-clarification issues to be handled by spec editors.
      • AudioPanner
      • suspend/resume/close
      • What priority to attach to Can generation of examples follow finalization of v1 spec?