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Re: Summary of remaining points for moving to CR

From: Shivaram Mysore <Shivaram.Mysore@Sun.COM>
Date: Thu, 05 Feb 2004 18:06:17 -0800
To: jose.kahan@w3.org
Cc: www-xkms@w3.org
Message-id: <4022F699.3090306@sun.com>

Jose,

Thanks for doing this.  Sorry for the delay, I have updated the last 
call issues page [1] as suggested.

Also, I like the proposal of
 >   - 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.

Regarding SOAP 1.2, we can ask opinions from the XMLP WG.


[1]  http://www.w3.org/2001/XKMS/Drafts/xkms-spec-lastcall-issues.html

Cheers

/Shivaram

Jose Kahan wrote:
> 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
> 


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