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mixed signals on "Writing HTML documents", tutorial, etc.

From: Dan Connolly <connolly@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 13:42:18 -0500
To: "public-html@w3.org WG" <public-html@w3.org>
Message-Id: <1181846538.6525.138.camel@pav>

I'm getting mixed signals. The tasks survey
shows 42 people interested in tutorial development,
but I'm struggling to get any tangible progress in that

I'm sympathetic to arguments like
"I think this mainstream language tutorial
will end up being the most important deliverable of the group because
it will directly affect the people using the language (and will likely
determine how much that use increases)."

But my attempts to follow up on that haven't produced any
tangible tutorial material for review/discussion.

And now when I look at the volunteers to review sections
of the HTML 5 spec, there's noticeable lack of reviewers
for the "Writing HTML documents" documents section.


I noticed this after updating the custom view of the results

As a reminder, this is the data from the tasks survey so far...

tutorial development, quick reference, course materials, ... 
     1. Chasen Le Hara 
     2. Dylan Smith 
     3. Kornel Lesinski 
     4. Debi Orton 
     5. David Dailey 
     6. Simon Pieters 
     7. Henrik Dvergsdal 
     8. Alejandro Fernandez 
     9. Mihai Sucan 
    10. David McClure 
    11. Asbjørn Ulsberg 
    12. Brad Fults 
    13. Geoffrey Sneddon 
    14. Roger Johansson 
    15. Sander van Lambalgen 
    16. Laurens Holst 
    17. M. Jackson Wilkinson 
    18. Matthew Raymond 
    19. Bhasker V Kode 
    20. Sean Fraser 
    21. Henrik Lied 
    22. Terry Morris 
    23. Stephen Stewart 
    24. Matthew Ratzloff 
    25. Dominik Tomaszuk 
    26. Nicolas LE GALL 
    27. Isac Lagerblad 
    28. Patrick Taylor 
    29. Chris Adams 
    30. Roman Kitainik 
    31. Addam Wassel 
    32. James VanDyke 
    33. Craig Saila 
    34. Benjamin Hedrington 
    35. Karl Dubost 
    36. Yannick Croissant 
    37. Jens Meiert 
    38. Shawn Medero 
    39. Thomas Bradley 
    40. Lee Kowalkowski 
    41. Eric Daspet 
    42. Ariel Pérez 

Dan Connolly, W3C http://www.w3.org/People/Connolly/
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