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Fwd: Updates/Changes to Pubrules

From: Brian McBride <bwm@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 09:23:50 +0100
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>Hello, Chairs.
>This is to inform you of changes to Pubrules that affect requirements
>for W3C Technical Report publication requests.
>As always, after substantive changes in Pubrules, editors will have a
>30-day grace period (starting with the announcement of the change)
>before the change will be enforced by the Comm Team. During the 30-day
>period, editors may publish documents that conform to either the old [1]
>or new [2] pubrules. The grace period for these changes expires Friday
>24 May 2002.
>Section 1.3, regarding the Status of the Document section, now has the
>following new requirements (Musts):
>         1.3.2: An email address allowing public and Member
>         comments. The mailing list must be archived, and the
>         list must have been created before the document is
>         published.
>         1.3.5: A statement about the number of patent disclosures
>         as of publication and a link to a public disclosure page
>         (even when zero disclosures). See the SMIL 2.0 Patent
>         disclosure page as an example.
>Section 1.7, regarding the head of the document now has the following
>requirements (musts):
>         1.7.7: If a Recommendation, immediately after the
>         editors/authors' names, the link to an errata document
>         must be made with the following markup:
><p>Please refer
>         to the
>         <a href="http://www.w3.org/..."><strong>errata</strong></a>
>         for this document, which may include some 
> normative     corrections.</p>
>         See suggestions on errata page structure in the manual 
> of       style.
>         1.7.8: Links to any alternative (non-normative) 
> formats                 or packages
>for the document. For instance:
>         <p>This document is also available in these 
> non-normative       formats: <a
>href="WD-foo-20020101.html">single HTML file</a>,       <a
>href="WD-foo-20020101.tgz">gzipped tar file of HTML</a>,
>         and <a href="WD-foo-20020101.pdf">PDF</a>.</p>
>[1] http://www.w3.org/Guide/20020409-pubrules.html
>[2] http://www.w3.org/Guide/pubrules.html
>Thank you for your cooperation.
>Best regards,
>World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
>Janet Daly, Head of Communications
>MIT/LCS NE43-363
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>Cambridge, MA 02139
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