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Re: AG0013: Coordination / liaison inside / outside W3C; result of D-AG0013 and D-AG0014

From: Hugo Haas <hugo@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2002 16:51:31 -0500
To: www-ws-arch@w3.org
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* Doug Bunting <db134722@iPlanet.com> [2002-03-29 12:38-0800]
> With D-AG0014, we never got to CSF's due to our focus on removing it as a
> separate goal...
> 
> We may want to include CSF's similar to ones we described on an early
> teleconference call while discussing the issues list.  How about items such
> as:
> * Respond to issues submitted within 1 week.  [Point to related issues,
> answer the question, tell them where it is in the queue, et cetera.  This
> doesn't mean the problem will be solved within this time.]
> * Address problems others find and submit to us through forwarding to the
> appropriate group, changes to our reference architecture or other means.
> [timeframe?  maybe, "in the next version of the architecture document or by
> the time of its publication"]
> * Receive comments and questions from 50% of our targeted / relevant groups
> each quarter.  [Not sure how to describe this one but we need some measure
> for other groups within and beyond the W3C paying attention to our
> architecture.]

I believe that those points are documented in the Web Services
Architecture Issues Process[1] that Dave and Tom started drafting. I
don't know what the status of this document is. The version I am
referencing never made it from the editors' list to the public list
because it is a first rough draft.

Adding some of those as CSFs is OK with me, but I would refrain from
hardcoding durations and similar numbers in there.

What about just say that a critical success factor is to address
issues that are submitted to us, with an informative link to our issue
process?

Regards,

Hugo

  1. http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/w3c-wsa-editors/2002Mar/att-0005/05-wsawg-issues-process-draft.html
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