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[Bug 9001] Consistent "Status" sections for Microdata and RDFa

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Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2010 13:17:53 +0000
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Sam Ruby <rubys@intertwingly.net> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Sam Ruby <rubys@intertwingly.net>  2010-02-15 13:17:52 ---
Julian - you are aware that status sections are purview of the W3C staff, not
the work groups or the editors, right?

7.8.1 Document Status Section points to:

   *  There MUST be a status section that follows the abstract, 
      labeled with an h2 element with content "Status of This Document".
      The Team maintains the status section of a document.

 - - -

It is my (personal, opinion, not necessarily shared by my co-chairs) that it
would be best if Status sections not be used for posturing or positioning, and
it is particularly inappropriate for extended discussion on issues that have
not been raised within the group.  As such is it my (non-binding)
recommendation that all documents go forward with the same status sections that
have always been used by this working group, i.e., it is my recommendation that
the changes that were recently made to status section in the RDFa in HTML draft
be reverted.

I will also note that Ian has been including simple issue markers with links
but with no additional commentary other than "blocks progress to Last Call" in
the documents he is editing, and has indicated a willingness to continue to do
so.  Furthermore, Manu has indicated that he is willing to follow Ian's lead


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