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RE: VoiceXML2.0: Missing "destexpr" attribute in specification of <record> element

From: Scott McGlashan <scott.mcglashan@pipebeach.com>
Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2002 13:56:26 +0100
Message-ID: <2764A29BE430E64A92EB56561587D2E7063409@se01ms02.i.pipebeach.com>
To: "James Salsman" <j.salsman@bovik.org>
Cc: <www-voice@w3.org>, <timbl@w3.org>

I cannot forward your email to my AC Rep since you are not a member of
my company.
I suggest that you contact your local W3C office. Since you are in the
US, your local office would MIT. Details of how to contact MIT are
clearly given at http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Contact.

This discussion is now clearly way beyond a VoiceXML technical issue. 

This email concludes this discussion --- any further contact should be
via your MIT local office. 

Best Wishes



Scott McGlashan
Box 24035/Karlav. 108
SE-104 50 Stockholm, Sweden
fax:       +46 8 54590993
office:    +46 8 54590990


-----Original Message-----
From: James Salsman [mailto:j.salsman@bovik.org]
Sent: 07 February 2002 02:28
To: Scott McGlashan
Cc: www-voice@w3.org; timbl@w3.org
Subject: Re: VoiceXML2.0: Missing "destexpr" attribute in specification
of <record> element


Thank you for your message:

>... the VBWG will publish a roadmap for VoiceXML in the coming months
to give
> non-members a better insight into how the language will evolve. This
> address your concerns). 

I look forward to reading the VoiceXML roadmap.

> If you have specific concerns on W3C operating policies, please
> W3C staff personnel directly (http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Contact). 

I was unable to find the contact information for the W3C Advisory 
Committee on that page.  Please forward the resolution proposed 
below to the W3C Advisory Committee.

Best wishes,
James Salsman

--- Resolution ---

Dear members of the W3C Advisory Committee:

Please join me in sending the following resolution to the Director 
with your name appended below to indicate your approval.

Whereas, the W3C suffers from a lack of transparency due to early 
concerns about membership competition;

whereas, this lack of transparency impedes the accountability, 
credibility, and effectiveness of the W3C;

whereas, the W3C has long recognized and allowed without 
objection "invited experts," who are given full participation 
rights within subgroups of the W3C;

whereas, the W3C aspires to construct recommendations of use to 
all people in general,

whereas, the W3C has long recognized, allowed, and encouraged the 
invitation of experts to attend and participate within groups of 
the W3C at no cost;

whereas the results of end users are the final authority on 
issues such as accessibility, usability, and problem 
identification and solving;

whereas, the W3C would thus benefit from the inclusion and 
participation of all, so

Therefore, be it resolved that we, as designated below, ask the 
immediate inclusion of all people as invited experts in all 
groups organized within the W3C.  We respectfully ask that the 
W3C leadership approve this invitation without delay, and provide 
for unrestricted access to all W3C "members only" archives and 
discussion groups, and announce the availability of this 
information and participation opportunity through the customary 
communication channels and on http://w3.org.  Thank you.

James Salsman, Mountain View, California
Received on Friday, 8 February 2002 07:54:15 UTC

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