W3C communities and its modus operandi

Hi Bijan,

Le 25 févr. 2009 à 08:02, Bijan Parsia a écrit :
>  It doesn't seem to me that the W3C has an Audit Board which tries  
> to analyze failures and draw lessons from them. That could be a very  
> helpful thing.

Disclaimer: I have been working at W3C, as an employee,  from 2000 to  

The W3C doesn't have an audit board, because it has its full  
community: The public, the members and the staff. And seriously, the  
Process document and work practices have evolved depending on the  
pushes of the community as large. The W3C is in perpetual evolution  
and that is healthy and it learns from its mistakes.

I don't claim, it is perfect, but the claim above seems completely  

Best Regards

Karl Dubost
Montréal, QC, Canada

Received on Wednesday, 25 February 2009 13:42:21 UTC