W3C @@Activity @@Group Member Events
Some of the links here are broken; see the actual meeting page from which this template was derived.Dan Connolly, guidebook editor <firstname.lastname@example.org> +1 512 310-2971
Who is invited? What are the participation requirements? For example:
Members of the working group (including invited experts) are expected to participate in face-to-face meetings. The chair may allow additional participants for liaison purposes.
Participants must register by email with the chair, the local organizer, and the W3C meeting planner before 4 Nov 1997. The table below serves as confirmation. Due to IBM security policy, anyone who fails to register may be prohibited from attending.
|Name||Affiliation and Role||Registration Date|
|Bert Bos||W3C (I18N, style liaison)||03 Nov 1997|
|Judy Brewer||W3C (WAI liaison)||06 Nov 1997|
|Dan Connolly||W3C (chair)||17 Oct 1997|
After the meeting, this becomes the record of attendance. Please sort the table in alphabetical order.
Phil Jenkins of IBM is the local host.
He maintains comprehensive information about the venue and accommodations.
But just in case, here's his contact info: email@example.com 512-838-4517.
give logistics (when does the meeting start/stop, exactly what room, etc.) as well as content items.
|12:30||Lunch: meet in bldg 904 Lobby|
|13:45||In your seats, prepared to participate.|
after the meeting, the agenda becomes the table-of-contents for the minutes. Make sure the actions are easy to find!
It's best to explicitly state the goals of the meeting. After the first meeting of a chartered working groups, the goals can be left implicit.
|WAI HC input||Al Gilman||24 Oct|
|HTML 4 Proposed Recommendation||Arnaud, Dave, and Ian||7 Nov 1997|
|WD-html40-971024||Arnaud, Dave, and Ian||24 Oct 1997|