[jsdl-wg] [Pgi-wg] JSDL Working Group Telecons
philipp.wieder at udo.edu
Mon Jan 3 09:35:02 CST 2011
first of all, thank you for taking the chair position and for your
support for the JSDL Working Group.
Sorry for the delay. It was not my intention to indicate that I am not
interested in JSDL anymore. Plase find my preferred time slots in Doodle.
Best regards, Philipp.
Am 03.01.11 16:28, schrieb Mark Morgan:
> Just a reminder to anyone interested in participating in JSDL telecons
> to go fill out the doodle poll indicated by this message. So far,
> exactly 0 people have responded which indicates to me that no one
> actually is interested in what the JSDL working group does. I know
> that's not true based off of PGI telecons, so please participate.
> On Dec 17, 2010, at 1:26 PM, Mark Morgan wrote:
>> As of today, I think all of the necessary e-paper work has been done
>> to include me as one of the JSDL WG CoChairs. As a member of the PGI
>> working group, and also as a supporter of JSDL technologies, I know
>> that there are a lot of things that people would like to address in
>> JSDL. To that end, I would like to start having regularly scheduled
>> telecons for the JSDL WG again starting in the new year (starting the
>> week of 10 Jan 2011 to 14 Jan 2011). I haven't figured out the
>> telecon mechanism yet, but will before the first telecon.
>> I've created a Doodle Poll to try and zero in on an acceptable telecon
>> time. If you are interested in participating in JSDL, please go to
>> the link http://www.doodle.com/xv6zv4re34p85xkq and indicate your
>> availability for telecon participating. Voting for a time slot is an
>> indication of your willingness to attend telecons when possible. You
>> can assume that the existence of a time slot on the doodle pool
>> constitutes a vote from me to attend at that time slot. I know that a
>> lot of the times are kind of early for US folks, and probably a bit
>> late for Japan, but hopefully they split the difference a bit. Also,
>> I suggest we start out with a telecon every other week and increase
>> the number as necessary once things get going.
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