Re: WebID Time Limit

The old hash wiki page was too complex for a vote, with too much tit for tat, 
and a lot of repetition. 

So instead I put up a new hash wiki page

which contains only the arguments in favour of a position, and only the ones people
have argued for strongest here. This is I know a subjective take on this, but this is what
I had in mind as something to link to from the spec perhaps, or to use for the voting. 

Is this reasonable? Perhaps with a few more changes?


On 7 Dec 2012, at 22:35, Stéphane Corlosquet <> wrote:

> On Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 2:09 PM, Nathan <> wrote:
> All,
> I'd like to propose that we pick the socially awkward issues of WebID and set a time limit on them. A time limit of the end of the year.
> A 2 hour meeting / skype / google hangout should be easily enough to resolve things and get consensus.
> We need to go in to 2013 with all of this behind us, and a clean productive slate ahead of us to really polish, implement, utilize and promote both WebID and WebID Protocol.
> On top of that, at the end of this time limit, I'd like to suggest a WBS poll open for a week or so. Here is why: the problem we've had with the Friday telecons is that only a subset of the group is able to make it and that's the only place we've taken any kind of vote.
> Having a more flexible channel to accept votes would give a chance to the less vocal people to also take part in the decision of the group. I'm thinking about Alex, timbl, trueg, Nathan, Olivier Berger, Jonathan Dray, Sergio Fernandez, many more. I'm not sure if this group can make use of the W3 WBS system, but that's something Henry can enquire about with Coralie maybe.
> Steph.

Social Web Architect

Received on Saturday, 8 December 2012 11:50:23 UTC