Re: Call for objections


My recollection from Wednesday’s weekly W3C call is also that at least one of the Chairs stated that the two week period would begin with the official email calling for objections.

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On Nov 8, 2013, at 4:23 PM, Shane M Wiley <> wrote:

> Justin,
> Did an email go out calling for the CFO and providing the links at that time?  I believe the 2-week clock should start then.  Fair?  This is the process that Matthias had agreed to (email with CFO, 2 weeks from that point).
> - Shane
> From: Justin Brookman [] 
> Sent: Friday, November 08, 2013 2:19 PM
> To: John Simpson
> Cc: (
> Subject: Re: Call for objections
> The options were presented to the group on the call on November 6th --- it took us a couple of days to get the options up, but I'd like to stick with the original deadline of November 20th (as was announced on the call and previously).  CFO on ISSUE-10 is here, ISSUE-5 should be up soon.
> On Nov 8, 2013, at 4:14 PM, John Simpson <> wrote:
> Chairs,
> Shouldn't there be a call for objections posted for Issue-6 and Issue-10?  I understood they were to be posted on Nov. 6 and closed on Nov. 20.  Since it's Nov. 7 and they still aren't posted, does that mean the closing date gets pushed back?
> Regards,
> John

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