Schedule Overview

A draft outline of the schedule - the final session topics will be determined on the day from the position statements and suggested topics on the FoMS Mailing list.

All participants will introduce themselves and give a position statement at the beginning of FOMS. This includes:

  1. Who am I
  2. Focus and activity
  3. Current challenges and topics I'd like to see discussed

October 15th

TimeAgenda Board RoomAgenda Lunch RoomAgenda Presentation Room
8:30-9:00Coffee & Setup & Seating
9:15-10:15Position Statements
10:30-11:15Position Statements (breakout topics)
11:15-11:35JB Kempf: dav1d, a new AV1 decoder
11:35-11:45John Bartos: L-HLS Proposal
11:45-12:30Topic distribution
1:25-1:40Rafik Mikhael: Live ASS/SSA to WebVTT conversion using nginx-vod-module
1:40-2:40Session: live captioningSession: LHLSSession: Infrastructure
3:00-3:10Chris Kennedy: Subjective video quality testing
3:10-4:10Session: Accessibility-WebVTTSession: AV1Session: Player capabilities
4:10-4:20Move back
4:20-4:30Eric Tang: Decentralized Video Infrastructure With Blockchain
4:30-5:40Session: audio descriptionsSession: MSESession: QoE metrics
5:40-6:20Get-together to summarize the day & Group Photo
6:45Leave to Dinner

October 16th

TimeAgenda Table AAgenda Table BAgenda Table C
9:00-9:30Coffee & Setup & Seating
9:45-10:00Christian Feldmann: MPEG Meeting WG11 Insider Info
10:00-11:00session: WebRTCsession: Media Capabilitiessession: Browser encode & decode
11:15-11:25Tracey Jaquith: 5 min overview of what the Internet Archive are up to
11:25-12:25session: P2P Deliverysession: LL-MSE session: Player Benchmarking
1:30-1:40Hampton Maxwell: cross-platform video deployment using react-native-video
1:40-1:50GROUP PHOTO
1:50-2:50 session: frame-accuracysession: Tool for debugging
3:30-3:40Alicia Boya GarcĂ­a: A peak at WebM using MSE in WebKit
3:50-4:50 session: autoplaysession: Community
4:50-6:30Get-together to summarize FOMS
6:30Hanging out