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Updating Working Group pages [was [minutes] WAI-CC 30 June 2021]

From: Shawn Henry <shawn@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2021 15:15:30 -0500
To: WAI Coordination Call <public-wai-cc@w3.org>, Judy Brewer <jbrewer@w3.org>
Message-ID: <ad6d69a6-a78f-160a-2878-c923ec0c8cfe@w3.org>
>     james: Making updating web pages easier would really help
>     <tzviya> +1 to jamesn
>     judy: Believe that became "make the wiki the main thing"
  >     <Judy> [JB: hears that using Wiki as the main thing is NOT
>     satisfactory]
>     janina offers github repo in APA seems OK; PR to Michael

WAI Staff Contacts will propose that existing WG and TF homes pages be revised to contain minimal information (so as not to need frequent updating) with pointers to specific information in :
1. the new W3C Groups page(s), e.g., https://www.w3.org/groups/wg/apa
2. place(s) where it's easier to update the info - can be GitHub or wiki or propose other (in GitHub would be set up so that Shawn or other WAI staff could update pages on the WAI website, rather than relying only on Michael for some)

An unpolished rough concept draft template for the revised content is at:

Next steps:
* Shawn or someone else edit that draft template
* Staff contacts review it
* Bring proposal to Chairs and Facilitators for input
* Once OKed, someone update all the pages (including integrating Michael's with the main website)

It's been on my plate for a while, and I haven't gotten to it. Not sure when I can, or if we can find someone else to help...

In the meantime, Chairs and Facilitators can work with your Staff Contact to create or update GitHub or wiki pages with things like:
* meeting times and logistics
* current work, links to GitHub repos
* other information for participants

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