Re: strategies for getting more eyes on new standards

+1, I think it's useful to get feedback on the questionnaire/related tools by asking groups to use them and then getting their feedback explicitly or just seeing which parts are working and which aren't.

Joe had also suggested that we have some time on an upcoming call to talk about recruitment of participants. It might be that our group and tools is far enough along now that we can make a more concerted effort to having a cohort that can take turn conducting privacy reviews. Perhaps W3C Team can help us with making explicit requests to some of the larger members to see if they have people that could take a turn in a rotation to help with privacy reviews.


> On Apr 28, 2016, at 10:56 AM, Greg Norcie <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> So I've been thinking a lot about how to get more eyes on new standards when people reach out to PING.
> One possibility might be to ask spec authors (or someone from the spec's WG) to first try using the privacy questionnaire[1] I've been working on.
> This way, we can shrink the gulf of execution required to participate in privacy reviews, as well as get some feedback from spec authors on how the questionnaire can be improved.
> What does the group think of this?
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