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W3C TPAC 2016


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W3C Technical Plenary / Advisory Committee Meetings Week


From the Interledger mailing list:


The Interledger community is meeting on Thursday but community group members are also able to attend the W3C Technical Plenary on Wednesday or other group meetings as observers if you are interested in doing so.

ILP agenda for TPAC: https://github.com/interledger/rfcs/wiki/W3C-TPAC-2016-Agenda


This is a the draft agenda for meetings at W3C TPAC 2016.

This is the first TPAC where Community Groups (like the ILP CG) are meeting. The ILP CG is meeting on the morning of Thursday 22 September and again during the afternoon session of the Web Payments Interest Group.

The goals at the TPAC face to face are:

Introduce any new contributors to the project and the protocol

Discuss the project roadmap and how to get closer to real-world implementations of ILP

Investigate micropayments and interoperating crypto-currencies as a means to acheiving 2.

Technical discussion of the various ILP draft specifications.


Wednesday 21 September - Micropayments Breakout Session

We're planning to host a breakout on Wednesday to discuss micropayments. This is a topic we explored in the past and are revisiting as it is one that fits well with the W3C scope of work. It also doevtails nicely with our efforts to connect the various crypto-currencies via ILP as these systems are the best suited to making micropayments.


Thursday 22 September - ILP CG Session

Time: 8:30 - 10:30 - Agenda TBD (possible follow on from Wed breakout)
Venue: Room 1.14, First floor

Following the session there will may be opportunities to break out and discuss specific topics, join other groups as guests, or work on some of the reference code.

Thursday 22 September - Combined Session with Web Payments IG


Time: 8:30 - 10:30 - Agenda TBD (possible follow on from Wed breakout)
Venue: Room 5B

Some of the IG will have to leave their session to attend the AC meeting. At this time the ILP CG is invited to join as participants and provide an update on ILP to the IG but also discuss the roadmap for ILP at W3C.



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