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Re: CT Last Call (Was: [agenda] Agenda for BPWG 2008-07-31)

From: Francois Daoust <fd@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 14:56:56 +0200
Message-ID: <48906518.6080208@w3.org>
To: Jo Rabin <jrabin@mtld.mobi>
CC: MWI BPWG Public <public-bpwg@w3.org>

Jo Rabin wrote:
>>  Given that August is usually a low-activity period, that the document
>>  reaches Last Call for the first time, and is likely to trigger a few
>>  comments, the comment period should probably be extended some more, to,
>>  say Tuesday September 16.
> I don't disagree (TM)
> 
>>  - the TAG, given their finding on alternative representations and our
>>  use of the link element.
> Assuming that we do take the resolution on last call as planned 
> tomorrow, I should be able finally to get to my action associated with 
> the long standing ISSUE-222 and so that could be the basis of a 
> communication with the TAG.

The timing would be perfect, indeed.

> 
> Incidentally, how does one address the TAG?

Er... Sir TAG? ;)

Well, there is a rather old page that describes how to get the TAG's 
attention:
http://www.w3.org/2001/tag/tatn

In short, a message to www-tag@w3.org is the way to go.

While announcing the Last Call to the chairs of the different working 
groups, we'll also specially address the email to the chairs of the 
working groups of the list. In the case of the TAG, that means Tim and 
Stuart Williams.

[The related issue that gave birth to the TAG Finding, is the one named 
"genericResources-53":
http://www.w3.org/2001/tag/issues#genericResources-53]

> 
> Jo
> 
> On 30/07/2008 10:32, Francois Daoust wrote:
>> Jo Rabin wrote:
>>  > 3. Content Transformation Guidelines
>>>
>>> PROPOSED RESOLUTION: BPWG requests transition of current Draft 1o of 
>>> the Content Transformation Guidelines with a Last Call Comment period 
>>> ending Friday September 5.
>>
>> Given that August is usually a low-activity period, that the document 
>> reaches Last Call for the first time, and is likely to trigger a few 
>> comments, the comment period should probably be extended some more, 
>> to, say Tuesday September 16.
>>
>> [I also note that if the above resolution is taken, we may have to 
>> wait a bit for the re-chartering to be finalized before we may publish 
>> the doc. We have good hopes that this should be done pretty soon, and 
>> should have more info tomorrow]
>>
>> We also need to define the list of groups we want to draw attention to 
>> the document. Dom and I reviewed the spec this morning, and came up 
>> with the following list:
>>
>> - the IETF HTTP bis group, in particular for the alteration of HTTP 
>> headers values.
>> - the TAG, given their finding on alternative representations and our 
>> use of the link element.
>> - HTML and XHTML2 for the use of the link element as well.
>> - WebApps for the "[proxies] are able positively to determine that 
>> user agent is a Web browser" (although we already made our point 
>> during the Last Call of XmlHttpRequest spec, I guess).
>> - the Open Mobile Alliance, through the Hypertext Coordination Group
>>
>> Francois.
> 
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