Call for consensus for FPWD

Dear participants of the Web Real-Time Communications Working Group,

Following discussions during last group's teleconference, this is a call 
for consensus (CfC) for the publication of the Editor's Draft of the 
WebRTC 1.0 specification, dated 17 October, as First Public Working 
Draft. This CfC is open until Friday 21 October, end of business day, 
UTC timezone.

Publication as a First Public Working Draft (FPWD) is a signal to the 
rest of the community that the group is making progress on the 
specification. Publication as a FPWD also triggers a call for exclusion, 
as defined in the Process document. More information about publication 
as a First Public Working Draft is available at:

The editor's draft to be published is available at:

Please review the draft carefully and send comments. If you disagree 
with the current specification, you may want to request that a note be 
added that states that the group is still reviewing different solutions 
for this particular feature. Of course, a draft is unstable by 
definition, so all sections might change in the end. The goal is simply 
to alert the community about parts we already know need to be updated.

Pending no substantive changes requested by end of this week (Friday 21 
October), the Chairs will request the publication of the document with 
the following information:
- title: "WebRTC 1.0: Real-time Communication Between Browsers"
- short name: "webrtc" (meaning that the spec would be published at
- requested publication date: 27 October 2011
- public archive for comments:

Before publication, please note that:
- the "Status of This Document" section will be updated to include the 
required boilerplate.
- the Change Log section will be removed

the Chairs.

Received on Tuesday, 18 October 2011 08:23:25 UTC