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Re: Never Mind. Re: Due dates for Techniques Analyses

From: Lofton Henderson <lofton@rockynet.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 09:22:14 -0600
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To: Lynne Rosenthal <lynne.rosenthal@nist.gov>, www-qa-wg@w3.org


According to an email exchange between you and me on 7/31, you agreed to do 
UAAG.  (On 9/15, we had another, because UAAG 4th LC [2] was closing soon.)

For various reasons (blah...blah...) this never got entered into the 
matrix.  It's there now.  [1] is the PR text of UAAG, which is probably the 
best one to review (4th LC is moot now).


[1] http://www.w3.org/TR/UAAG10
[2] http://www.w3.org/TR/2002/WD-UAAG10-20020821/

At 09:06 AM 10/22/02 -0400, Lynne Rosenthal wrote:
>Never mind, I see that Olivier is taking care of WCAG.  I'll do what ever 
>you assigned me - so XLink it will be.
>grumble, grumble
>At 07:25 AM 10/22/2002, Lynne Rosenthal wrote:
>>I don't know how many times to email this, but I have asked that I not be 
>>assigned to XLink and to do one of the WAI Guidelines - e.g., WCAG 
>>instead.  Can you please make the change in the Matrix.
>>thank you
>>At 01:37 PM 10/21/2002, Lofton Henderson wrote:
>>>QAWG --
>>>Please have a look at:
>>>We have picked due dates for the Techniques Analysis assignments (column 
>>>4) for SpecGL and OpsGL: 16-December-2002.  This date is chosen with the 
>>>goal that the Extech editors can integrate the results and have a strong 
>>>ET draft for input to January face-to-face.
>>>Note.  Some people now have assignments due on both 12/15 and 
>>>12/16.  Given that the due dates are about 8 weeks hence, and given that 
>>>SpecGL and OpsGL will both be available by 6 November (about 6 weeks in 
>>>advance) ... it would make sense to get the review assignments (column 
>>>1/2) out of the way earlier rather than later.
>>>I thought I heard Karl say something about a reward for early completion 
>>>(any SpecGL assignments) -- 1 beer or other beverage of choice for each 
>>>week that you're early!  (Did I get it right, Karl?)
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