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Planning the tam-tam for a CSVW document review

From: Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2015 11:14:47 +0200
Cc: Phil Archer <phila@w3.org>, W3C CSV on the Web Working Group <public-csv-wg@w3.org>
Message-Id: <67E21D01-C107-404C-8870-9EC3D7958FBB@w3.org>
To: Dan Brickley <danbri@google.com>, Jeni Tennison <jeni@jenitennison.com>
Jeni, Dan,

once the documents are published on Thursday, we should make some tam-tam to ensure that we get the widest possible review before we go to a final, LCCR phase. After all, we consider this as a pseudo-last call, although the new process does not make this so formal.

First of all, we have to have the 'horizontal' reviews. I guess what this means is to send a mail to each of the relevant groups with a request to review the document, I would say before June. (This is what we planned for LCCR, right?) We should probably ask them to send, if possible, the issues to github, but if they do not like that we will have to forward their review results ourselves. I tried to collect the targets, here they are:

  * *Security:* review request to public-web-security@w3.org; Web Security Interest Group, staff contact Wendy Seltzer (wseltzer@w3.org), chairs Adam Barth (w3c@adambarth.com), Virginie Galindo (virginie.galindo@gemalto.com)

  * *Internationalization:* review request to addison@lab126.com; Internationalization Working Group, staff contact Richard Ishida (ishida@w3.org), chair Addison Phillips (addison@lab126.com)

  * *Privacy:* review request to public-privacy@w3.org; Privacy Interest Group, staff contact Nick Doty (npdoty@w3.org), chairs Christine Runnegar (runnegar@isoc.org), Tara Whalen (tjwhalen@google.com)

  * *Accessibility:*  review requests to public-pfwg@w3.org, Protocols and Formats Working Group, staff contact Michael Cooper (cooper@w3.org), chair Janina Sajka (janina@rednote.net)

I guess the first two are really important for us; I do not really see privacy or accessibility issues with these documents, but better ask.

Furthermore, we would probably want to ask for an explicit review from the Data on the Web Best practices group:

  * public-dwbp-wg@w3.org, chairs Deirdre Lee (Deirdre.Lee@deri.org), Hadley Beeman (hadley@linkedgov.org), Yaso Cordova (yaso@nic.br), and Steve Adler (adler1@us.ibm.com); staff contact Phil Archer (phila@w3.org)

Otherwise a separate mail to the Data Coordination Group (member-dacg@w3.org), the SWIG (semantic-web@w3.org) and the LOD mailing list (public-lod@w3.org) as well as, maybe, an announcement to chairs@w3.org would be fine. Finally, we would need a Home Page News announcement as well as a Blog on the Data Activity blog.

Any groups outside the core W3C circles? Dan, do you think it is worth using the schema.org list (I do not think so, but you tell me).



Ivan Herman, W3C
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