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Re: Thanks everyone

From: Sandro Hawke <sandro@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2019 13:21:12 -0500
To: An Xiao Mina <an@meedan.com>, public-credibility@w3.org
Message-ID: <f544052f-30ad-b3d1-1378-02353089ae34@w3.org>
On 2/26/19 11:17 AM, An Xiao Mina wrote:
> I’m stepping down today as co-chair. It’s been quite a run with this  community group — I’ve learned a lot from everyone and have enjoyed our collaborations. It’s been great working with you all, and I look forward to seeing what the group produces moving forward!
>

An, thank you so much for all your work over the past 18+ months. I look 
forward to seeing what you do next!

All, things have been very quiet in this group for a few months. I've 
been working with a few groups/events in the field, like CredCon 
<https://www.credcon.org/>, the CUNY Signals of Quality in News 
<https://medium.com/@TKCUNY/aggregating-signals-of-quality-in-news-3fc1d009dc19> 
project, and JTI 
<https://www.cen.eu/news/workshops/Pages/WS-2018-004.aspx>, and I'm 
pondering what makes sense for the CG in 2019.

I think the main things are:

1. maintaining an easy-to-use database of credibility signals, as used 
in various projects (building on Credibility Signals 
<https://credweb.org/signals>)
2. establish technical standards and best practices for sharing 
credibility signal data (probably starting from a baseline of JSON-LD 
inside HTML). We might have some organizations ready to start doing this.

Does this fit your sense of how the CG could be productive?  Are there 
other things it could be doing? Are there ways you'd like to help? 
Thoughts welcome via email this list or in private email.

       -- Sandro
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