The opening salvo of a new case for #socbiz standards…By Dion Hinchcliffe for Enterprise Web 2.0 – Are social media silos holding back business results? –
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Presentation from Alberto Alberto sends his regrets, we will move his presentation to the next meeting.
Update on the Aug 7-8 W3C/OSF Workshop
Any other recommended business
New content from Alberto
BPM Conference Portugal
W3C/OSF Meetup and Workshop go public
Continued work on the community Go Sheet – http://www.w3.org/community/socbizcg/wiki/Main_Page#Social_Business_Community_Group_Go_Sheet
updated work on the Social, Mobile, Cloud paper (comments/input welcome) – http://www.w3.org/community/socbizcg/wiki/File:Convergence_of_Cloud_Social_%26_Mobile_-_Draft_Outline_-_V3_with_Section_Leads.doc
Update on workshop status
This out of band meeting was agreed on to facilitate a conversation lead by John Mertic on defining SBCG goals and objectives for the W3C/OSF workshop
Several participants have sent me notes indicating problems with the repeating invite, so I will also send individual invites for the meetings.
Update on proposed June workshop
Continuation of the Ed Krebs led a discussion on looking at requirements from scenarios intersecting internal and external networks – putting them into the context of social capabilities aligned with key business objectives – The group agreed to continue this discussion from 3/27
Recommendations for additional work items