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RE: Recap and action items

From: Arnold, Curt <Curt.Arnold@hyprotech.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2001 08:12:16 -0600
Message-ID: <B2C1451A181BD411B88A00E018C1C19C08ACD2@thor.aeathtl.com>
To: "'www-dom-ts@w3.org'" <www-dom-ts@w3.org>
> [dd] Here we need to keep in mind the Process Document that initiated
the
> DOM TS activity, which states that the moderator for the TS (the DOM
WG
> representative at present, hopefully more people) should change the
status
> for the test once it has been reviewed, allowing for the possibility
to
take
> it to the DOM WG in case of confusion.

[ca] Only granting tracker admin rights to the TS moderator, would ensure that only the TS moderator could mark a test as "rejected", "accepted", etc.  Anyone could still add comments on the test
which would present a record of the TS group's discussion on the issue.




>
> A general question, though: How do we deal with the fact that the DOM
TS
> will be published under the W3C document license? Which IPR statement
is
it
> people will be presented with when they use the SF platform?
>
>

[mb] It seems to me that since this is an official W3C activity, that at
least the
submittal of tests should be via a w3c.org address.  Is there any way
that
W3C could run a copy of SharePoint as well?

[ca] The SourceForge Project page will only say that the license is "Other".  On the test submittal mockup, I used a placeholder for a statement of the test process IPR.  That text could be anything
that you want it to be.  Any download (.zip, etc) should have the full statement of IPR.  Should each test have a "Copyright (c) 2001, MIT..." boilerplate?

If you wanted to use a w3 address, you could just put a frameset on the W3C site that enclosed the sourceforge implementation.  The SourceForge tracker is actually more closely aligned to what we want
to do and is open source, so it could be run on W3C hardware, but I think the framing approach is a lot more expedient.
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