historical background regarding success of responses to formal objections


There has recently been some work to reply to the DID spec formal
objections.  I've noticed that we're not really replying to the
objections in a coordinated way, or even directly addressing their

I have seen most of the ideas that I think are good responses flow
through the September 2nd email thread under the subject, "Mozilla
Formally Objects to DID Core".  I think it would be possible to
collect the best ideas, and edit them into a coherent response.

I think it makes sense to bring this up in the DID WG.  I've filed an
issue ( https://github.com/w3c/did-wg/issues/50 ).

My question to this group is: historically, how do these things go?
Do responses change outcomes?  Does it work to collect responses into
a document?  Do people in the W3C sit down and read all the emails in
the mailing list?

Received on Monday, 13 September 2021 23:27:17 UTC