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w3process-ISSUE-152 (Regress Editorial Change): Process2014 Regresses Editorial Revision of RECs [Process Document]

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w3process-ISSUE-152 (Regress Editorial Change): Process2014 Regresses Editorial Revision of RECs [Process Document]

http://www.w3.org/community/w3process/track/issues/152

Raised by: Steve Zilles
On product: Process Document

In http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-w3process/2014Oct/0143.html Fantasia notes:

In the 2005 Process,Editorial changes could be made to a REC by
merely republishing it (as REC). In the 2014 Process, editorial changes require cycling through PR.

The Process 2014 text is:
[[[
Editorial changes to a Recommendation require no technical review of the proposed changes. A Working Group may request publication of a Proposed Recommendation  or W3C may publish a Proposed Recommendation to make this class of change without passing through earlier maturity levels. Such publications are may be called a Proposed Edited Recommendation.
]]]

Since I don't see any reason to make this more complicated than it
was in the 2005 Process, I would like to see this change reverted.
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