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Re: WebID equivalence

From: Andrei Sambra <andrei@fcns.eu>
Date: Wed, 04 Jan 2012 13:49:18 +0100
Message-ID: <4F044ACE.3000204@fcns.eu>
To: public-xg-webid@w3.org
Following on what Dan said, and also coming back after a long holiday, I 
must say that it's a pain to catch up with pertinent changes during this 
last last month.

I think it might be useful to have some sort of changelog with the 
latest modifications / important topics (teleconf conclusions too?), or 
maybe at least a blog/rss feed about it. I know it adds some overhead, 
but it would really make things easier for those who do know wish to get 
involved with the mailing list.

If no one has time to do it, maybe I can arrange something myself.

What do you think?


On 01/04/2012 01:41 PM, Dan Brickley wrote:
> On 4 January 2012 11:09, Henry Story<henry.story@bblfish.net>  wrote:
>> Summary: Kingsley, instead of trying to fix non existent problems because Peter Williams says he has a problem, we need to work out what his problem is. I for one told him that I was looking into this but that I was first resting for the Xmas vacations. Notice how he kept banging on about this all through the holidays irrespective of the holidays, as if an issue could fix itself if he kept speaking about it. So now the holidays are over, I'll look into it. Let's get to the root of his problem before we go on more and more crazy hypothetical solutions to what may not be a problem at all.
> Let's keep the word 'crazy' out of this. People celebrate different
> holidays, and have differently structured lives. For some with
> non-W3Cish day jobs, the vacation is great time to hack and catch up
> with topics that might normally be harder to fit into the working
> week.
> That said, I'm somewhat drowning in WebID mail and losing touch with
> what the current live issues are - with the spec, with tools and the
> wider landscape. But I'm glad to see a focus on ironing out practical
> deployment problems and deployable tools. When even experts have
> trouble, that should maybe ring alarm bells...
> All the best for the new year,
> Dan
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