When you follow standards, you increase the size of your team.

-From @INTEROPenAPI@twitter.com’s

I keep coming back to this.
It’s insightful and true.

And if they’re mature, open standards with wide adoption— you have a pre-trained workforce to help you solve your problem, too.

Such an inspiring hack day. We definitely need to do more of them! Well done to all who were building prototypes crossing primary/secondary care boundaries. And community care too!

It’s so exciting to see the promise of interoperability brought to actual user needs.

RT @interopenAPI@twitter.com: Welcome to @hadleybeeman - fantastic to have you here and cheering for all the work we've been doing in the name of

Lovely laptop stickers from @mattedgar. These are utterly wonderful.

It was great to talk about the with some of the best product and digital people in the NHS/DHSC family.

Thanks so much for inviting me along!

RT @dharmz23@twitter.com: Another cracking line up. Thank you to @ColinPattinson@twitter.com @ianroddis@twitter.com @mattedgar @hadleybeeman and Kass for talking all things: tech vision, user needs, service manual and evaluating the success of a project.

Stay tuned for the write up!

Sending good wishes for clean data, RESTful APIs and use cases that make life better for users and citizens — to all at . Hope it’s a great day!

*(Except for the ridiculous tweets. Those continue regardless. You knew what you were getting into when you followed any one of us...!)

@tag

‪And so, this quarter’s @tag face-to-face draws to a close. Thanks to all who put up with our WebRTC video calls (inevitably at an odd hour for your time zone!), our unnecessarily wordy questions on GitHub, & our endless ridiculous tweets.‬

‪Normal service resumes now.*‬

In our issues review, we looked in depth at the proposal for Decentralized Identifiers.

Our interim comments: github.com/w3ctag/design-revie

@tag

And now we're reviewing the open issues on our design reviews of new specs and web features.

github.com/w3ctag/design-revie

@tag

We're now reviewing WebRTC transport (ICE - Interactive Connectivity Establishment) and QUIC
with Martin Thomson, who is kind enough to join us from Australia

github.com/w3ctag/design-revie @tag

This is the current draft of the Security and Privacy Questionnaire for spec authors:

w3ctag.github.io/security-ques

Starting day 2 of @tag face-to-face in Paris with @lukOlejnik@twitter.com sharing his proposed edits to the Security and Privacy Questionnaire to help spec authors/designers design safe new web features.

Today's minutes:
cryptpad.w3ctag.org/code/#/2/c

We the @tag are publishing guidelines for creating web platform compatible components.

w3.org/2001/tag/doc/webcompone

When you create custom elements, how to make them fit in well with the rest of the platform?


Editor: @kennethrohde

And now we're doing a catch-up from last week. Each @tag member attended different working groups and sessions... and normally we scramble to share notes at the end of the week. Feels like a luxury to have a TAG meeting just after, this year!

Started today with guest-star (and former @tag member) @mnot@twitter.com, to talk about jointly hosting a workshop on content aggregation and the publisher ecosystem with the @intarchboard@twitter.com.

‪We’re well into day 1 of @tag face-to-face at @mozilla’s Paris office. ‬

‪This is something of an office...!‬

‪Notes: github.com/w3ctag/meetings/blo

‪And today is . Looking forward to seeing my old @mozilla / Mozillian friends, and exploring openness and decentralisation. The web needs plenty of both. ‬

Also, werewolf. We will absolutely be playing werewolf. (No better way to learn how to suss out people’s actual motivations... Sure, you say you’re a simple villager. But are you really? Isn’t that just what a werewolf would say?)

More to follow.

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