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w3process-ISSUE-180 (implementation experience): "Implementation experience" description should clearly identify likelihood of broad acceptance [Process Document]

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w3process-ISSUE-180 (implementation experience): "Implementation experience" description should clearly identify likelihood of broad acceptance [Process Document]

http://www.w3.org/community/w3process/track/issues/180

Raised by: Erik Anderson
On product: Process Document

"Implementation experience" as currently described should have more emphasis on the requirement that things are likely to get broad adoption.

Essentially this would mean that demonstrating a spec is well-written and implementation is interoperable, but without evidence that the spec will be adopted broadly on the web, would not satisfy the basic requirements to move from CR to PR.
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