RE: Template for the Editor's Draft

Dear Phil/all,

I transformed the wiki page into the  Editor's Draft format and put it provisionally at

As requested in the meeting, do the WG approves of having a separated draft for URIs: if this is the case, I  will upload the page to the appropriate place. If not and some of the text is useful, it is already in a format that should be easy for reuse.

Phil: I do not have GitHub id: I will declare one and come back to you.


-----Original Message-----
From: Phil Archer [] 
Sent: Friday, June 06, 2014 7:57 PM
Subject: Re: Template for the Editor's Draft

Hi Tomas,

Sorry I've only just got to this.

We create our docs using a template called respec that Robin Berjon 
maintains. It's a javascript library that rakes care of all the top 
matter in the document and magically makes it look like a W3C doc. You 
should be able to just focus on the important bits. Of course I'm here 
to help if you need me.

Take a look at the Use Case doc on GitHub
copy and paste the top of that doc into a text editor... and edit it to 
create your own doc.

If you're happy writing HTML by hand, and I suspect you are, then you're 
all set. If you'd rather use a WYSYWIG tool then you might like to try 
Blue Griffon

Can you tell me your GitHub id please? Then I can add you to the 



On 06/06/2014 13:17, wrote:
> Phil,
> Please could you let me know where is the template for the Editor's Draft and I will transform  Best Practice for Web Data URI
> I might be a bit late for today's call.
> Regards
> Tomas


Phil Archer
W3C Data Activity Lead
+44 (0)7887 767755

Received on Tuesday, 10 June 2014 15:03:33 UTC