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Re: Formal Objection Tracker is missing a FO

From: Bijan Parsia <bparsia@cs.man.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 17:37:18 +0100
Cc: public-html-comments@w3.org
Message-Id: <58EE2F08-6E6E-4A5F-997C-5417435DE624@cs.man.ac.uk>
To: Sam Ruby <rubys@intertwingly.net>
On 5 Oct 2010, at 11:30, Sam Ruby wrote:

> On 10/05/2010 04:51 AM, Bijan Parsia wrote:
>>> On 10/04/2010 09:51 AM, Shelley Powers wrote:
>>>> By submitting Last Call comments here in this email list, as part
>>>> of the broader W3C Last Call process, I can participate, fully,
>>>> throughout the entire process.
>>> We will NOT use the public-html-comments@w3.org email as the target
>>> for discussions related to any comments entered here.
>> Sorry, I had a bit of trouble parsing that (or at least understanding
>> the significance).
>> My interpretation is that WG discussion of LC comments will happen in
>> the normal WG fora (such as the WG mailing list).
>> This is bog standard.
> "Bog standard"?  People in the UK sure do talk funny.  :-)

I talked that way in the US as well, American me :)

> This mailing list is intended to be where the comments are made and where the resposes are sent.
> The point that I was trying to make is that discussion of Last Call comments will often occur on the public-html mailing list.  And, as you point out, surveys also tend to be open only to WG participants.

Yep! Good. That's what I thought.

>> A reasonable strategy is to raise the comment *now* as a bug. If the
>> working group fails to dispose of it to your satisfaction, you can
>> raise it as an LC comment. (i.e., "My comment is that I'm not
>> satisfied with the WG resolution to my bug #237.") That may trigger
>> another round of discussion, which may just be "We're not going to
>> change this."
> I would go further and state that raising the comment as a bug is the preferred strategy.


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