I concurr with Steve, and strongly disagree with the later
suggestion on this thread that two parallel versions of the
charter be maintained with a pointer being passed around to the
alternative --- I for one would not feel comfortable voting on
either  version of any of the charters if that were the case.

Steve Bratt writes:
 > Dean,
 > Definitely do not change the charters now.  It is already out for review.
 > The easiest thing to do would be for these folks to submit their comments as part of reviews sent by their Member orgs ... if they are part of Member orgs.  We have had many months of informal reviews, 
 > Now we must give the Members their formal right to respond. Getting disparate comments from people from the same company might be interesting, but not always helpful.
 > If these people do not work for Members, we can still consider their input along with the Members', and make changes based on it.
 > Steve
 > Dean Jackson wrote:
 > > Hi Chris, Steve,
 > > 
 > > Maciej, Ian and David have given useful feedback on the HTML WG charter. 
 > > What is the process by which this feedback is considered?
 > > 
 > > Does it have to wait until it is submitted by the AC review?
 > > 
 > > If some of the feedback is accepted then it might be a significant 
 > > change to the charter. Does this mean an extra round of AC review is 
 > > required?
 > > 
 > > Or, if everyone "here" agrees, is it possible to change the charter 
 > > currently under review?
 > > 
 > > [I'm not sure who is included in "here" - the people that have replied 
 > > so far? the entire list of people cc-ed?]
 > > 
 > > Dean
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 > World Wide Web Consortium
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