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w3process-ISSUE-118 (ContextInformation): Context Informaton in Activity Proposals [Process Document]

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Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2014 05:32:53 +0000
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w3process-ISSUE-118 (ContextInformation): Context Informaton in Activity Proposals [Process Document]


Raised by: Steve Zilles
On product: Process Document

In Section 5.6 Activity Proposals there is the following,
"Context information. Why is this Activity being proposed now? What is the situation in the world (e.g., with respect to the Web community, market, research, or society)? within the scope of the proposal? Who or what currently exists that is pertinent to this Activity? Is the community mature/growing/developing a niche? What competing technologies exist? What competing organizations exist?"

Issue: Should this information be required of WG Charters?

Suggested Resolution:
Yes, similar information should be presented with a new (but noe necessarily a revision of a) charter.
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