F2F Mountain View July2012

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Date & location

Meeting will be held in Mozilla Office on the 24th and 25th of July.

Location: Mozilla 650 Castro Street, Mountain View, CA (3rd Floor) http://goo.gl/maps/RL4A

Conference call details

Zakim Bridge +1.617.761.6200, conference 27978 ("CRYPT").

IRC channel

usual channel #crypto

Meeting hours

The meeting will be held in the following hours : Tuesday 24th of July from 9:30 to 17:30 - Mountain View Time (UTC-8) Wednesday 25th of July from 9:00 to 17:00 - Mountain View Time (UTC-8) Note : Any change to the schedule will be communicated over this mailing list.

Registration procedure

You can register under https://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/54174/WebCryptoJulF2F/

14 attendees registered on the 20th of July (https://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/54174/WebCryptoJulF2F/results)


Day 1 – From 9:30 to 17:30 local time, with 20 minutes break every 2 hours

  • Welcome - 30’

Including morning coffee, thanks Mozilla Objective is also to identify who is who, and agree on agenda, scribing rules, …

  • Short status of our deliverables by editors – 30 ‘

Objective is to have everyone having the recent news/major next steps of our use cases and API

  • Review of the draft API, session 1 - 2 h

Objective is to review the draft API. I suggest the following methodology (please counter argue, suggest alternative) : -we briefly review briefly the entire API document and highlight the unstable parts (corresponding to open issues, open actions, polemic ideas…) or missing parts compared to primary features in the charter. -And after we enter the technical discussions, part by part. Priority will be given to low level API.

  • Lunch – 1h
  • Review of the draft API, session 2 - 4 h

Day 2 – From 9h00 to 17:00, with 20 minutes break every 2 hours

  • Discussion about draft API “go to First Public Working Draft” on time – 1h30

Objective here is to define what is missing to make the draft API ready to be ready for FPWD (edition aspects, comments, means to highlight open issues …), and thus listing actions/owners to make FPWD happening.

  • Review of the use cases wiki – 1h

Objective here is to make sure we all agree with use cases

  • Discussion about use cases “go to First Public Working Draft” – 30’

Objective here is to define what is missing to make the primary use cases readable, and thus listing actions/owners to make use cases usefull for the public to understand the context of the API

  • Discussion about tools for edition – 1h
  • Lunch – 1h
  • Discussion about tests – 2h
  • Review of actions/milestones – 30’
  • AOB - please suggest topics – 30’

Official Minutes

Day One minutes are available under http://www.w3.org/2012/07/24-crypto-minutes.html

Day Two minutes are available under http://www.w3.org/2012/07/25-crypto-minutes.html