Re: [EXTERNAL] Re: W3C process call, 27 November

Thanks for the whiteboard picture!  I’m curious about a few things:

- What are the major changes  to the Everteal flow since the presentations at TPAC?

- Can Everteal create a plausible “living standard” option without patent policy changes?

- If not, what’s the W3M/AB plan to get a patent policy update in 6 months?  Does it seems feasible for the “living standard” aspects of Everteal to reference an experimental patent policy but improvements to facilitate well-maintained Recommendations reference the existing patent policy?

From: Philippe Le Hégaret <>
Date: Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 5:41 AM
To: Jeff Jaffe <>, <>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: W3C process call, 27 November
I'm available.

fyi, I'll do a call with the team contacts on December 12 to ensure that
they are up-to-speed with EverTeal and gets their feedback on how it
gets presented.

Following the AB session last week, I drew the following on my board:;;sdata=%2BC2YzaWiw7ieqSa%2BD3guLicGiM15osDbHbFj0UWFOk8%3D&amp;reserved=0


On 11/25/2019 10:02 PM, Jeff Jaffe wrote:
> My calendar shows a W3C process call this week, but I know that our
> Chair - David Singer is on vacation this week.  I suspect many other US
> participants are also out on Wednesday.  On the other hand, I have not
> seen a cancellation notice.
> I suggest that we not have a formal agenda going through all of the
> issues that David always prepares for us.  But if people are interested,
> I would not mind having an informal meeting.  Two useful things to
> discuss are:
>   * A summary of the AB's discussion last week about Continuous
>     Development, the Patent Policy, Registries, and Process 2020.
>   * A discussion of a possible timetable to get Process 2020 to AC
>     review by March, and AC approval by June.
> LMK what people think about such a call.
> Jeff

Received on Tuesday, 26 November 2019 17:33:33 UTC