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Musikmesse Meeting on 3 April 2020 – Postponed

musikmesse: 1.-4. 4. 2020, Frankfurt am Main

Updated on 4 March 2020: Today Messe Frankfurt announced that Musikmesse 2020 is postponed. No replacement dates have been announced yet. Thus we will not be having our meeting on 3 April 2020. We will provide further updates as we learn more.

We are pleased to announce that we will have a face-to-face meeting of the W3C Music Notation Community Group at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt. We look forward to this event each year as we usually have 30 music notation experts participating in the discussions.

This year’s meeting will be Friday, 3 April 2020 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm in the Extrakt meeting room in Hall 3, Level C. This returns to the date we have used before when Musikmesse runs from Wednesday through Saturday.

As in past years, we plan to have a 2-hour meeting followed by a 1-hour reception. We will update this post with a more detailed agenda after our co-chair meeting on 3 March.

Our proposed agenda for this meeting includes a kickoff for the MusicXML 3.2 project. This would include a discussion of scope, proposed issues, timeline, and relationship to the ongoing work in MNX-Common. We will also provide an update on the MNX-Common project, where Adrian has some exciting news in store.

Note that the COVID-19 disease may cause Musikmesse to be postponed or cancelled this year. Messe Frankfurt has posted an advisory on its web site. Musikmesse is currently scheduled to take place as planned, but things are changing fast. We will keep you posted with any updates.

Please let us know whether or not you plan to attend by filling out the Musikmesse meeting sign-up form. You may change your response after filling out the form as needed. This will help us in planning for the meeting.

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