Re: future of processing wg

FWIW (and clarity) I am going to follow Norm's example and withdraw
from W3/WG participation ... I have learned so much and very grateful
for the opportunity and also hope that our collective paths may cross
frequently in the future.

So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish! Jim Fuller

On 16 June 2016 at 20:33, Liam R. E. Quin <> wrote:
> With Norm leaving, do we have critical mass?
> It might be best to close the WG and maybe to transition to the already
> in-place but quiescent community group for the purpose of making a
> single place to keep the new ideas going, to register XProc 1
> extensions, and to help users. If a spec develops, the WG could be re-
> opened or a new WG chartered.
> As an alternative I'd also be open to apointing a new chair and trying
> for a new burst of activity. There were some strong ideas happening for
> a 2.0 but perhaps a lack of focus, or too broad a scope. But we need
> more than two active people in the group.
> Thoughts?
> Liam
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