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Re: the MathML comments

From: David Carlisle <davidc@nag.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 9 Nov 2009 10:31:36 GMT
Message-Id: <200911091031.nA9AVaXI008562@edinburgh.nag.co.uk>
To: public-html@w3.org

Henri> What's the point of sending feedback as a Working Group? 

It's part of the W3C process that there are certain cross-group
dependencies highlighted in a Group's charter and at last call, groups
as well as individuals are asked to comment.

Technically the comments are handled the same way (by the Math WG at
least) whether they come from individuals or from a group, but having
group comments as a general feature of the W3C review process helps to
ensure that specs stay more or less in sync, or at least helps towards
that aim.

(MathML co-editor, but speaking for myself)

PS to Shelley,

Thanks for the comments! We'll reply later on list but just waiting to,
er, get consensus within the WG for a Group reply:-), which is delayed a
bit with people travelling back from TPAC and the weekend.

They have already resulted in two changes in our sources (fixing the
URI/IRI reference and td element, comments 4 and 7)

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