- 1 Chairs and Staff Contacts
- 2 Current Status of Deliverables
- 3 WebConf Meetings
- 4 Face-to-Face Meetings
- 5 Mailing Lists
- 6 Other Resources
Chairs and Staff Contacts
Current Status of Deliverables
Ongoing work documents
Follow the links to the corresponding WebConf pages. See the quick start guide for general help for WebConfs.
Wednesdays at 8am US Eastern / 2pm Europe / 10pm Japan
Fridays at 2:00am US Eastern / 11:00pm-1d US Pacific / 8:00am Europe / 4:00pm Japan
Mondays at 7am US Eastern / 1pm Europe / 9pm Japan
Tuesdays at 8am US Eastern / 2pm Europe / 10pm Japan
Every other Friday at 10am US Eastern / 4pm Europe / midnight Japan
Mondays at 8am US Eastern / 2pm Europe / 10pm Japan
Wednesdays at 9am US Eastern / 3pm Europe / 11pm Japan
Mondays at 10am US Eastern / 4pm Europe / 11pm Japan
F2F meeting, 30 June-5 July 2018, Bundang, Korea hosted by TTA
Plugfest 20-21 Oct TPAC 22-26 Oct, Lyon France
- F2F meeting, 24-29 March 2018, Prague, Czech Republic hosted by SIEMENS AG / Oracle
- F2F meeting, 4-10 November 2017, Burlingame, CA, USA at W3C TPAC 2017
- F2F meeting, 9-13 July 2017, Düsseldorf, Germany hosted by RWE/Lemonbeat
- F2F meeting 15-19 May 2017, Osaka, Japan hosted by Panasonic
- F2F meeting 6-9 February 2017, Santa Clara, CA, USA hosted by Intel
- F2F meeting 19-23 September 2016, Portugal, Lisbon at W3C TPAC 2016
- F2F meeting 11-14 July 2016, Bejing, China hosted by CETC
- F2F meeting 11-13 April 2016, Montreal, Canada
- IAB Workshop on Semantic Semantic Interoperability, 17-18 March 2016, San Jose, CA, USA hosted by Ericsson
- F2F meeting 26-28 January 2016, France, Nice hosted by Eurecom
- Joint IRTF T2T RG / W3C WoT IG meeting 1 November 2015, Yokohama, Japan at IETF 94
- F2F meeting 29-30 October 2015, Sapporo, Japan at W3C TPAC 2015
- F2F meeting 29-31 July 2015 in Sunnyvale CA hosted by Fujitsu
- Joint IRTF T2T RG / W3C WoT IG meeting 18-19 July 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic at IETF 93
- F2F meeting 20-22 April 2015, Munich, Germany hosted by Siemens
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