Re: Proposal: Focus on two Task Forces, Use Case and Vocabulary


Please do take up the baton as the Vocabulary TF chair. Thank you for your
energy and real work that you've been contributing for a while now,
especially and of course in the Vocabulary area.  Ann can you send an
e-mail out as the Chair making it 'official'?

As I mentioned in the call this morning, my time is getting taken up by
some new recruiting contracts and I won't be able to contribute to the
between phone call work in particular as much as I would like.  I do plan
on being in as many calls as I can as I believe vocabularies will have a
central enabling role in career management and staffing. I do believe W3C
has the best chance of getting a standard out for that function and very
much want to stay in the loop on it.


Lloyd Fassett
Azteria Inc.
Bend, OR
(541) 848-2440 (PST)

On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 1:26 PM, ☮ elf Pavlik ☮ <> wrote:

> Hello,
> I would like to propose focusing our work on just two Task Forces
> * Use Case TF -
> * Vocabulary TF -
> Which means, accepting that two other never really took of
> * Architecture TF -
> IMO we can, or even should, work on that all together and don't need a
> dedicated TF. If at some point we find need for one, we can always start
> it.
> * Liaison TF -
> IMO we all should pay attention to coordinating our work with other
> groups doing relevant work. Actually I would find it much more
> beneficial that in each of two active task forces someone takes Liaison
> responsibility.
> This way we could get in rhythm of meeting every week
> * General IG telecon - every 2 weeks
> * TF telecon - every 2 weeks, Use Case and Vocabulary alternating
> What do you think?
> If Lloyd will decide that he can't take responsibility of Vocabulary TF
> Chair. I can step up and re-prioritize my work to have capacity to
> become more active in it. Tomorrow I will put some time towards
> reworking TF wiki page. This way Amy, Lynn, Jason and everyone else who
> wants to engage in Vocabulary work, will have better entry point.
> Cheers!

Received on Wednesday, 1 April 2015 22:23:29 UTC