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Re: Fwd: Some fundamental issues

From: Matthias Schunter (Intel Corporation) <mts-std@schunter.org>
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2013 21:47:36 +0200
Message-ID: <523CA658.9000207@schunter.org>
To: public-tracking@w3.org
Hi Walter,

thanks a lot for re-sending your mail.

I agree with you that the points you are raised are fundamental, i.e., 
to address those I expect more than editorial changes to the drafts.

As a consequence, you  should follow the guidelines in our plan to 
either attach it to an existing issue or translate them one-by-one into 
new issues. Similarily, for each issue, it is important that you propose 
text how you could resolve your issues (if you cannot propose a 
solution, resolving them will be hard for the team).

Non-normative reminders (details are in the plan):
- The deadline for editorial changes for our next release is today (but 
may be sent until Sunday)
- The deadline for creating new issues is October 02 (with at least one 
proposed text)
- New text proposals are appreciated ASAP but I will send additional 
calls for text proposals for each issue.


On 20/09/2013 21:01, Walter van Holst wrote:
> Dear Workgroup members,
> Last call Matthias requested for comments on the compliance spec (at
> least, that was my understanding of the challenging audio quality during
> the call, the minutes do not clarify this).
> Looking at it again, it made me feel that none of the issues raised by
> me in May have been addressed so far in any way. See for a list of those
> issues the attached mail to this list from back then.
> Regarding the TPE itself, as far as I am concerned there is little in
> there that would prevent us from going forward, thanks to both David
> Singer and Roy Fielding. The issue is what it all means from a
> compliance perspective and the fact that the compliance spec has
> progressed little since May does not instill me with confidence about
> getting anywhere near something meaningful.
> Regards,
>   Walter
Received on Friday, 20 September 2013 19:48:03 UTC

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