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structure of the research note

From: Giorgio Brajnik <giorgio.brajnik@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2012 17:46:31 +0100
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To: public-wai-rd@w3.org
Hi there.
Markel and I were playing a bit with the structure that we'd like to
be in place for the research note and the papers and the way they
should be titled and cited etc.
The attached document somehow should reflect that. If you look at the
styles being used you'll see that:
- the whole thing has a title of the form W3C Note on @@@
- it has named editors
- it contains a first document titled (in this case) Research note
- which has authors and has its own structure
- it also contains a paragraph saying how we'd like to paper to be referenced
- then the first paper comes with its own structure, and suggested
reference; this document is at the same hierarchical level as the
Research Note
- and so on for the other ones (of course, the accepted ones)
- finally we have the transcripts of the webinar.

Maybe Simon could put approval or discussion of this structure in the
agenda for the next weeting.
Cheers
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        Giorgio Brajnik
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