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Re: Launching the W3C Publishing Steering Committee - Welcome to the Steering Committee members

From: Cristina Mussinelli <c.mussinelli@360publishing.it>
Date: Mon, 06 Feb 2017 22:20:43 +0100
To: Ralph Swick <swick@w3.org>, W3C Publishing Steering Committee <public-publishing-sc@w3.org>
Message-ID: <FF41E532-34CB-4DCE-830A-B33E708FC5D4@360publishing.it>
Hi Ralph, 
thank you very much, very happy to find some old friends and to meet new ones and to work together to make publishing evolve!
All my best
Cristina



Il giorno 06/02/17 15:31 "Ralph Swick" <swick@w3.org> ha scritto:

    To: W3C Publishing Steering Committee,
    
    A very warm welcome to each of you as we embark together on this 
    combined journey to advance digital publishing technologies and core Web 
    technologies as a unified platform for authors, publishers, 
    distributors, and readers.
    
    I am personally very excited about what we will accomplish with our 
    newly combined resources.
    
    This email marks the creation of two mailing lists for the Steering 
    Committee's use:
    
    1. public-publishing-sc@w3.org
    2. member-publishing-sc@w3.org
    
    Each of these lists is archived on the W3C site:
    
    1a. https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-publishing-sc/
    2a. https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/member-publishing-sc/
    
    The archive of the public list is visible to all.  Usual current W3C 
    practice is to conduct all work on such a publicly visible list.
    
    The archive of the member list is only visible to those with a W3C 
    "Member access" web account.  This includes all users associated with a 
    W3C Members as well as those associated with a Transitional Publishing 
    Industry (TPI) Member.  Usual current W3C practice is to use the Member 
    list only for administrative details such as committee meeting logistics 
    (e.g. teleconference number and password) but it can be used for other 
    things that the Committee wishes to keep within the W3C Membership.
    
    We will create additional tools (wiki, GitHub repository, issue/action 
    tracker) on request.
    
    Once more, welcome
    -Ralph Swick
      W3C COO, Architecture and Technology Lead
    
    
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