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[Bug 12029] Define a process for "particularly exceptional circumstances"

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Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2011 19:44:12 +0000
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--- Comment #7 from Sam Ruby <rubys@intertwingly.net> 2011-02-11 19:44:11 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #5)
> Sam, your vague responses are infuriatingly unhelpful and not effective group
> leadership nor conducive to efficient use of the working group members' time.

You want me to be clear?  Fine.  I got an email from somebody asking me the
origin of this feature.  After investigating, I found that it was added to the
W3C draft well after after the cut-off, and furthermore to date I have found
absolutely no evidence that there was any discussion in the W3 working group
about this feature.

> > I did not ask for Ian to remove it, and therefore will not ask him to re-add
> > it.
> I'm going to assume this is Sam-speak for "atob() and btoa() are not examples
> of things that fall into the category of things that the enhanced change
> control e-mail applies to, despite it having been listed as an example of such
> in comment 0", and will re-add this feature.

I did not say anything remotely like that.  The chairs are still discussing
this, and may very well come to a different conclusion.

> It would be lovely if in the future you could be clearer about what you
> actually want. Thanks.

What I want: features added to the W3C draft to be discussed by the W3C WG. 
Given that we have bugzilla notification routed to public-html, this can be as
simple as requesting that any new feature be recorded in bugzilla.

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