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Summary of remaining points for moving to CR

From: Jose Kahan <jose.kahan@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2004 19:26:16 +0100
To: Shivaram Mysore <Shivaram.Mysore@Sun.COM>
Cc: www-xkms@w3.org
Message-ID: <20040205182616.GE24106@inrialpes.fr>

Hello!

We're now juggling with schedules to arrange a meeting with
the Director.

For the Soap 1.2 recommended/required point that we discussed 
yesterday, if we don't get a decision, we can continue talking
with the XMLP WG or invite one of their representatives to
the meeting with the Director. We'll know better our position in our
next teleconf.

There are two other remaining points that must be solved in 
time for the meeting:

- Last call issue page [1].
  Steve asked us to clean up a bit the page:
    - either remove or follow the instructions that are given in
      the second paragraph that stars with:
         "This page will contain two tables.
         Outstanding issues are recorded in the first table.
         They are typed as either Editorial..."
       These instructions were followed in the general issues page [2],
       but not here, so it's confusing.
    - The red text appears at the end of some paragraphs, but not
       througout. This is confusing.

    Shivaram, or Stephen, could you do these modifications?

- Mailing list for getting the CR comments:
  Sorry for bringing this back, but I got some additional feedback.
  Here's my proposal

  - We can have a dedicated mailing list and archive called
    public-xkms-comments@w3.org with everyone on the WG
    subscribed to it automatically (thru a symlink).
    Benefits: all the comments and answers are in a single place,
    no extra traffic to the WG list.

  - We can use the www-xkms@w3.org mailing list.
    Benefits: a single list
    Drawbacks: comment traffic will be mixed up with other WG
      mail.

  - Making public-xkms-comments an alias that points to the www-xkms
    mailing list or adding "mail the editor + Cc: the editor" are
    confusing and we were advised to avoid going that way.

  Which one do you prefer? Personally, I feel more inclined for
  having a separate mailing list. What is more comfortable for you?

Thanks!

-jose
Received on Thursday, 5 February 2004 13:26:38 UTC

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