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[Bug 8895] Document policy for First Public Working Drafts

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Larry Masinter <lmm@acm.org> changed:

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--- Comment #2 from Larry Masinter <lmm@acm.org>  2010-03-03 15:59:16 ---
All of the special HTML-WG-only processes should be described in a single
document; if there are separate sections for the decision policy for working
group comments, accepting an editor's draft (three submitters?), publishing
documents as FPWD after split (?) , and responding to other working groups,
that's fine, but having them together so that participants can actually
understand what the actual practices are would seem to be a fundamental
requirement for "transparency": that everyone who might engage in a process (or
even just be called on to review the results of a process) actually knows what
the rules are and have been -- not just those who have been following for

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