Re: name change

Thanks, Dom, for the clarification.

It sounds easy enough to get approval, especially if we start early.  I 
think everyone would like to see a shorter name, and it seems that there 
are two popular suggestions:

1.) "QA Framework:  Operational Guidelines" [shortname could remain 
unchanged, "qaframe-ops"]

2.) "QA Framework:  Process Guidelines" [shortname "qaframe-proc" would 
make more sense]

Shall we have a quick straw poll at the start of Friday's telcon?  (Btw, I 
have requested the bridge but not yet gotten confirmation.  However the 
calendar is quite empty at that time, so I don't anticipate 
difficulties.  Details later, when I get them.)


At 04:17 PM 3/5/02 +0100, you wrote:
>le lun 04-03-2002 ŗ 23:55, Lofton Henderson a ťcrit :
> > Does anyone know ... is there any problem with changing shortname?  Now it
> > is qaframe-ops.  Qaframe-proc would fit better, if title were "Process
> > Guidelines".  I don't know if there are any rules or conventions about how
> > accurate shortname should be, and if it can change early in WD
> > cycle.  (There is a "Note:" in pubrules [1], but I don't exactly 
> understand
> > its implications.)
> >
> > [1]
>You can change the title and the shortname of a publication, but you
>need to ask for Director's approval on these changes (Director being Tim
>or 2 persons from the management Team).
>Dominique HazaŽl-Massieux -
>W3C's Webmaster

Received on Tuesday, 5 March 2002 11:40:39 UTC