Internationalization (I18N) WG Teleconference
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Event details

British Summer Time
weekly on Thursday, starting from 2023-11-09, until 2024-10-31
Bert Bos
Richard Ishida
Addison Phillips
Atsushi Shimono
Fuqiao Xue
Internationalization Working Group ( View calendar)

NOTE WELL This meeting is scheduled in the Europe/London time zone. That time zone observes Daylight Savings/Summer Time. Your local time for this call may vary due to differences in your local time zone's observation of DST/ST from that of the UK.

WHAT IS THIS? This is the regular weekly teleconference of the W3C Internationalization Working Group.

AGENDA+ If you would like the chair to consider adding an item to the agenda, please send email to the public-i18n-core@ mailing list with a subject line starting agenda+. Here is an example.



Things to do before the meeting:


Topic: Agenda Review

Topic: Action Items
Review of open action items from previous meetings

Topic: Info Share
Share information of interest to the working group or pertaining to internationalization in general.

Topic: RADAR Review
Time to review new and on-going requests for specification review. Incoming requests are assigned to shepherds in this part of the call.
In addition, we review the status of specifications that have received comments. Please review your issues and owned items in advance of the call

Topic: Pending Issue Review
Review of new and pending issues raised by working group members or via the various bots.

Topic: AOB?


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