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Re: charter and publication wrt W3C Process

From: Jose M. Alonso <josema@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 13:47:25 +0200
Message-Id: <AF4C8E77-EA91-4286-BF93-B6B50C6C8173@w3.org>
To: eGov IG <public-egov-ig@w3.org>
Following up with my personal choices...
> ...
> In terms of options we need to consider, there are some questions  
> that can help:
> * Do we want eGov Activity to hold more than one group? What for?
>  + every group would need a separate charter, deliverables, etc.

I think we don't need more than one for now.

> * If we want current group alone:
>  + do we want it to publish normative stuff?
>    (we need a WG then)
> * What sort of deliverables do we want to produce?
>  + a new W3C recommendation?
>   (note that even BPs can be recs, such as MWBP [8])
>  + a set of small docs with guidance?
>   (could be recs or not)
>  + a second version of the Note?
>   (no need to be a rec, as you know)
> ...

I'm not sure about normative or not. I think I prefer non-normative.  
Given the challenges so far due to many in the group not used to W3C  
process and way of work, I'd prefer not to bother participants more  
than necessary unless we as a group see big benefit in going normative.

Some ideas I have in mind for future work:
* Stay as one group, consider TFs as needed
* Fully align group deliverables with group members' and stakeholders  
   + need to get commitment from start
   + avoid start working on something nobody will lead
* Focus on less topics
   + my favorite: OGD
* Produce more and smaller documents
   + W3C examples I like much
     * QA Website quality docs
     * TAG findings
* Release soon, release often, open for review as soon as possible
* Keep Education and Outreach in mind
   + maybe also a separate set of docs?
* Setup more and stronger liaisons with W3C Groups
   + they hold the expertise we should reuse

I'm eager to hear what others have in mind. I would be also happy to  
go into more detail wrt OGD related docs.


Jose M. Alonso <josema@w3.org>    W3C/CTIC
eGovernment Lead                  http://www.w3.org/2007/eGov/
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