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We encourage attendees to start brainstorming TPAC/2018 Wednesday Technical Plenary Day Breakout sessions in advance of the meeting.

The sessions that will make it will be in the Session Grid, as well as minutes and summaries

See the TPAC 2018 FAQ for more information.

How to use this page

Please use this page to:

  • Propose sessions you wish you lead
  • Propose sessions you wish others to lead (it's a good idea to let them know ahead of time)
  • Indicate whether you plan to attend a session (helps with scheduling)
  • Please place new proposal at the bottom of this document

How to propose a session

Please provide:

    • session name (as a === subhead === )
    • session proposer (yourself, if so sign using 4 tildas; optional: name a desired session leader)
    • one sentence session summary
    • type of session: (e.g.: talk, panel, open discussion, etc.)
    • goals of session
    • additional speakers/panelists

From an idea to a breakout

Breakout preparation (also known as the 'mad scramble') takes place Wednesday 24 October at 09:00-10:00.

Proposed sessions

EXAMPLE session

  • Proposer: ~~~~ (The 4 tildas will sign your name and include a timestamp of your proposal.)
  • Summary:
  • Type of session:
  • Goals:

  • Proposer: Elika Etemad (talk) 00:00, 19 June 2018 (UTC) and Marcos Caceres
  • Summary: Spec Editing Best Practices
  • Type of session: discussion / panel as we see fit
  • Goals: Learn how to be a better spec editor from some of the awesome spec editors at W3C

Session: Maps for HTML

  • Proposer: Peter Rushforth (talk) 15:25, 6 July 2018 (UTC)
  • Summary: Maps are everywhere on the Web. The platform has limited / stalled support for maps. Let's discuss why and how to add maps and location to the Web.
  • Type of session: Short presentation followed by discussion.
  • Goals: Make the case that maps are a media type that should be part of the Web / HTML. Get browser developers to participate in / contribute to incubation of MapML.