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Re: References to XML in SML specs

From: Henry S. Thompson <ht@inf.ed.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 06 Apr 2009 14:53:02 +0100
To: John Arwe <johnarwe@us.ibm.com>
Cc: public-sml@w3.org
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John Arwe writes:

> (1) the wg needs to establish a proposed publication date
  This is actually of minimal importance, and can be done pretty much
  at the last minute;
> (2) the editors need to prepare a draft containing this change and that 
> satisfies the Rec pubrules, and create a list of important changes since 
> last transition (the References change might be the only one, and a bug 
> needs to be entered for it)
> (3) the chair and/or Team Contact need to draft a transition request
  Yes -- you have a go, and I'll fuss with it.  I recommend _closely_
  following a recent request -- see the chairs list.
> (4) the Team Contact needs to schedule a transition call with the Director
  I expect we will do without a call, but there's a step here for me
  in any case, yes.
> (5) the Team Contact ensures a public comment mailing list is available 
> (any reason not to use public-sml?)
  Should be fine.
> (6) wg members need to figure out what form of publicity they want and 
> coordinate that with w3c Comm Team

  (7) Team Contact stages the docs in TR space and requests
  publication from the Web Master

With that last addition, that does indeed cover it.

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