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Re: Proposal to allow AC to initiate WG Charter AC Review - correcting format

From: Daniel Glazman <daniel.glazman@disruptive-innovations.com>
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2016 13:25:02 +0200
To: "public-w3process@w3.org >> public-w3process" <public-w3process@w3.org>
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On 07/06/2016 20:49, wayne carr wrote:

> A Member Submission may include a proposed Working Group Charter, where 
> the request is for the Team to submit the proposed Charter to Advisory 
> Committee Review for starting the Working Group.  Incubator specs for 
> every proposed specification deliverable must be part of the Member 
> Submission, along with the Charter.   If the Team acknowledges a 
> Submission, but rejects the proposal to Submit the Charter to AC Review, 
> then the TAG,  AB or 5% of the AC may cause the start of an Advisory 
> Committee Appeal vote as in Section 7.2.  That appeals vote would then 
> decide whether to instruct the Team to prepare the Charter and put it to 
> AC Review. The Director, for budgetary reasons, could choose to offer 
> only minimal team support in the Charter for the proposed group.
> 

Wayne,

All in all, I like the idea but I'm not so sure it's easily doable.

I have a few issues to discuss: a Charter ready to be submitted to AC
review/vote should contain information about Co-chairs, duration and
more importantly Staff Contact. I don't see this happening without prior
contacts between the submitting organization and W3M so the former
would know if W3M is opposed to the submission of the Charter to
ACs or not...

Furthermore, the last sentence from your prose above does not seem
right to me: the Director is not here to offer team support and deal
with budget, the CEO is. The Director could veto the submission of such
a Charter to ACs.

What if the chartered activity could be handled by an existing Group?
What if the whole thing does make sense as a Member Submission (a spec)
but none as a W3C WG?

</Daniel>
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