And now... day 3 of our @tag face-to-face in Reykjavík.
As many of you are pointing out, this is an exciting but massive change.
@NHSDigital@twitter.com are running a consultation, asking what kind of guidance is useful, how to prioritise services, etc.
Please help — we need your comments and suggestions by 14 June.
** #InternetFirst klaxon! **
We’re moving the NHS away from private networks like N3 and HSCN to running our services over the internet.
This should make it easier to build digital tools for the NHS—in the same way we do for other sectors.
minutes on the discussion: https://cryptpad.w3ctag.org/code/#/2/code/view/Y15EEtyWXybVwrwDAeir7yPrSKyQ6fkalTQ6t1AXFuY/
joined us, esp on his proposal to change the first party/third party division for cookies.
He's focused on the use case (hypothesis?) that (link: http://google.com) google.com & (link: http://youtube.com) youtube.com may be logically equivalent to users, or (link: http://amazon.com) amazon.com & .fr
.@firstname.lastname@example.org joined us to talk about signed exchanges, where a publisher (like a news source) signs a package for someone else (like a search engine) to serve-- but still as part of the publisher's origin.
We just finished discussing the evolution of #featurepolicy with @email@example.com.
Should it split into 3?
• sandboxing behaviours within an iframe
• imposing conditions on the document itself, and
• dealing with permission-requiring features
Starting day 2 of our @w3ctag face-to-face in Reykjavík.
Starting day 1 of our @w3ctag face-to-face in Reykjavík, Iceland.
Hey web devs in Iceland!
We the @w3ctag are hosting a mini-unconference in Reykjavík on Tue the 21st.
Lightning talks by @GudmundurMar, @sundress, and Hjalmar Gislason; then planned-on-the-spot sessions on your topics of choice.
Come join us!
Today's @tag meeting included:
• Web Publications review and Audiobooks
• User Activation Delegation through postMessages
• Planning for next week's face to face in Reykjavík
And then tomorrow night, I’ll be talking at @LDNWebPerf@twitter.com about #NHSX and the architecture we have in mind for the NHS...
(Spoiler: it looks a lot like the Internet!)
Looks like we’ll be live-streaming the Digital Transformation in Urgent and Emergency Care Conference 2019
Join us tomorrow!
Today's @w3ctag meeting included:
• Tidying up lots of issues
• Our work mode
NHS Hack Day is always a highlight of my year... (Though l’ll admit I’m a bit gutted not to be hacking myself!)
Can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with though.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org We are delighted to announce @hadleybeeman (DHSC) @GillianLeng@twitter.com (NICE) and @email@example.com (NHS Digital) have agreed to judge @nhshackday 15-16th of June 2019 @ The Trampery, Old St, London
This was brilliant — thanks, NIA fellows, for exploring with me how we can help the entire NHS become more innovative.
Great stuff for #NHSX — and more to follow!
RT @NHSAccelerator@twitter.com Excellent opportunity to hear from @hadleybeeman as to @DHSCgovuk@twitter.com @NHSX@twitter.com priorities and for NIA fellows to share their experiences & learning from spreading innovation in the nhs. Thanks again @hadleybeeman
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