San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The building is set back off of Charleston behind a small pond and fountain. There is a driveway which provides access to four buildings and Google sign that says 1200-1230 Charleston. There should be sufficient parking in the driveway. The entrance for 1220 is on the right side of the building
Account Chooser WG 11:00 - 12:00
- Bootstrapping demo
- Explain pull method for bootstrapping
- Whitelist criteria for bootstrapping proposal
- Update on RFC formatting of AC API
- Proposal to update text on learnmore page
- Update on Memory Service progress
- Explain plans to update UX and process for rolling out code changes to AC.com
Lunch is at 12:00am to 1pm.
OpenID Connect WG 1:00 - 3:30
- Document refactoring discussion
Native Apps WG 3:30 - 5:30
- Charter confirmation
- Initial contributions
Non Members are welcome to attend, but must be aware of the OIDF IPR policy.
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