Re: Pointer Events Recommendation delayed by a Formal Objection

On 2/5/15 9:45 AM, Patrick H. Lauke wrote:
> On 05/02/2015 14:29, Arthur Barstow wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> An update on the publication of the Pointer Events Recommendation ...
>> The comment period ended on January 16 and the review results are
>> Member-confidential [1]. Of the 17 W3C Members that replied to the
>> proposal to publish the Recommendation, 16 supported publishing the
>> specification "as is" and one Member (who is also a member of the
>> Pointer Events Working Group) filed a Formal Objection and "suggests the
>> document not be published as a Recommendation" (the formal objection is
>> Member-confidential [FO] so I can't copy it to this list).
>> Sorry for the delay; I'll send an update when I know more.
> In principle, what's the process here? Do we get a chance to respond 
> to the objection? (FWIW point 4 of the objection looks odd/wrong to me)

Until such time the FO is Public, I recommend you use the 
member-pointer-events @ list for any followups.


Received on Thursday, 5 February 2015 14:49:01 UTC