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w3process-ISSUE-112: Remove Activity Proposals [Process Document]

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Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2014 01:15:34 +0000
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w3process-ISSUE-112: Remove Activity Proposals [Process Document]


Raised by: Steve Zilles
On product: Process Document

Section 5 Activites has the following,
Based on input from the Team and Members about the structure and scope of an Activity, the Team sends an Activity Proposal to the Advisory Committee. This is a proposal to dedicate Team and Member resources to a particular area of Web technology or policy, and when there is consensus about the motivation, scope, and structure of the proposed work, W3C starts a new Activity

Issue: Move this to cover charter development?

Suggested Resolution: Delete that text as only applying to Activity Proposals. The current process for Charters, Section 6.2.6 makes it clear that a charter must identify the commitments for both Team and Members. That would seem sufficient and not need to be restated.
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