Re: strategies for getting more eyes on new standards


Thanks so much for the link, I've been a member of the group for a while,
but haven't been terribly active.  I have been working in the Data on the
Web Best Practices Working Group [1] and I am the co-editor of the Data
Usage Vocabulary [2] that relies on many different vocabularies including
the Web Annotation vocabulary presented last week.  In addition I am
interested in practical methods combining privacy with data provenance
(PROV-O) .

My background is developing and deploying scientific databases and
publishing scientific data.

As I go through your questionnaire for these various efforts I'll report my

Kinds regards,

Eric Stephan
Data Services team lead
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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On Thu, 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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