Thanks to PLH (Who was a bit quicker than me to publish the work) there
are combined minutes of nearly everything from the webapps face to face
meeting at http://www.w3.org/2015/07/21-webapps-minutes.html
Unfortunately, about the only things that got missed were the action items
and points of agreement which we got to at the end of the meeting :( On
the other hand, I think a lot of the sense is clear from reading the text
of the minutes. The general sense is that we don't have an answer to the
outstanding big problems, but at least we understand the problems and a
number of possible answers far better.
There were a few people (at least DomenicD, Maciej, Me, Travis) who agreed
to go away and write up better explanations of certain proposals.
We (happy few - those in the room) also agreed that there seem not to be
outstanding points of contention for Shadow DOM, and with a bit of work we
can get it ready to ship (famous "last" words - famous for being repeated
later) and work on the next version of it. In particular, the current
slots proposal seems to have won favour, and an imperative API has been
I owe a big apology to several people who tried to dial into the meeting -
we almost completely failed to cater for remote participation. That has
been noted as something we have to get right, and I expect we will not
fail in the future.
Thanks to all who participated, to Dmitry and Google for logistics, and
again, my humblest apologies to those who tried but could not participate
remotely through no fault of theirs.
Charles McCathie Nevile - web standards - CTO Office, Yandex
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