Re: ISSUE-45 ACTION-246: draft proposal regarding making a public compliance commitment


please do not overburden the chair. In W3C the Chair asserts 
consensus. This may be a feeling in the room. If you disagree, 
please provide evidence that the Chair was wrong assuming consensus. 
You may find such evidence in the meeting minutes or on the mailing 

This doesn't say who is right or wrong, but Chairs are vulnerable 
and exposed in the W3C Process and we have to protect them. 


On Thursday 06 September 2012 11:24:12 Shane Wiley wrote:
> I was in Seattle and don't remember us truly considering this
> option if you're referring to your exercise of walking the
> working group through alternatives if the W3C DNT standard was
> not completed - is that what you're referring to?  Could you
> please help me find the section in the meeting notes that you
> feel was a fair "group consideration and rejection" of this
> concept?
> Failing that, I believe this is a NEW and VALID issue for the
> group to discuss and consider (and either accept or reject).

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