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Re: attention -- WG approval of 1.0 strategy

From: Lofton Henderson <lofton@rockynet.com>
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2007 09:51:47 -0600
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To: WebCGM WG <public-webcgm-wg@w3.org>

Hi,

Attention:  Don, Benoit (,Chris)

Of the 4 absentees at the last telecon, only Dieter has responded ("yes") 
to the list so far.  We need to be able to document WG approval of our 
chosen 1.0 strategy, because our Charter gives us the discretion to either 
publish WebCGM 1.0 Third Release or not.

Therefore, Don and Benoit at least, please reply (to list) with your 
approval.  Or your disapproval, if that is the case (and give 
reasons).  Chris's input would also be very welcome, of course.

To summarize the below-linked minutes, our recommended strategy is to get 
4-week W3C/public review and publish the approved 1.0 errata document, but 
to skip the hassle of republishing an entire new WebCGM 1.0 Third Release 
document (Edited Recommendation).

Questions?

Regards,
-Lofton.

At 03:37 PM 8/30/2007 -0600, Lofton Henderson wrote:

>For the four of you who were not at today's telecon, we need your approval 
>of the 1.0 errata processing strategy that the four attendees tentatively 
>approved.
>
>Long story short, we believe that publication of a reviewed Errata 
>document will suffice, and that publication of a 1.0 Third Release is 
>neither necessary nor desirable -- in fact it might be painful to align 
>that six-year-old document with current pubrules.  Details...
>
>Today's minutes:
>http://www.w3.org/Graphics/WebCGM/WG/Minutes/2007/08/30-webcgm-minutes.html
>
>Please search for the string "publish a new" and start reading at that 
>line.  It details our rationale, and also presents the case that the 
>decision is acceptable under W3C Process and the WebCGM WG Charter.
>
>Question (for today's absentees):  do you agree?
>
>Please reply to this message, Cc: to the WebCGM WG list.
>
>Regards,
>-Lofton.
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