Re: future of processing wg

Seems to be well past the time to rearrange deck chairs.

We had some fun. It was a pleasure and an honour.

I wish that I could have contributed more, but I learned a lot.

Thank you for all of your kindness.

Murray out.

> On Jun 16, 2016, at 2:33 PM, 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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