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Re: Draft charter update

From: Cameron McCormack <cam@mcc.id.au>
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2014 21:13:36 +1000
Message-ID: <53C7AFE0.3060700@mcc.id.au>
To: Chris Lilley <chris@w3.org>, SVG WG <public-svg-wg@w3.org>
Hi Chris,

On 08/07/14 02:07, Chris Lilley wrote:
> I updated the draft charter, mainly to update the list of
> deliverables. DOMMatrix is added, Compositing & Blending is CR. Do we
> have other Editors Drafts lurking about which are not yet published
> and we want to add it?

A few comments:

* There are a couple of instances of "SVG2" that should be "SVG 2".

* We should mention the SVG Streaming proposal that Cyril was working 
on.  I need to fix https://svgwg.org/specs/streaming/ to make it 
actually show the draft; the underlying files are still at 
https://svgwg.org/hg/svg2/file/tip/specs/streaming/.  We may still need 
to have a discussion about the future of that document, but for now I 
think it would be good to mention in the charter.

* DOMMatrix appears twice in section 2.1.

* We should list the Web Application Security WG (in the liasons 
section?) with whom we recently discussed CSP 1.1.

Sorry for not taking a look sooner.

> If specs are in the "Rec in two years" group and we think that is
> unlikely, they can be moved into the "CR" or "WD if time" groups.

I'm hesitant to guess.  I think Transitions, Animations and Transforms 
have a good chance of being at Rec by then.  The others less so, but 
still possible.

> Rich, if you could check that the accessibility
> deliverables are now correct (they were wrong before). We now have
>
> - SVG2 User Agent Implementation Guide (new)
>    (joint with WAI PF)
>
> -  An update of (or replacement for) Accessibility Features of
>     SVG, aimed at content creators
>
> The wording of the second item gives us the flexibility to rename it
> or split it as desired.

That sounds good to me.

> I also updated the language about call for consensus; its a copy of
> what was recently approved for the CSS WG charter.

I like this decision policy new wording.

Thanks,

Cameron
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