Re: URGENT: ACTION-627: Should we review publishing and linking draft at the F2F?


We had a conversation with Rigo just before Xmas during which we agreed to remove the parts of the document that were opinion rather than fact, and manage the desire to make those stronger statements (eg 'right to link') through some other publishing mechanism (eg blog post, press release, something W3C can get behind).

IIRC, we agreed in the telcon on 15th December to have a brainstorm at the F2F on what strong statements we want to make and how best to make them. This would be a lot better use of the time at the F2F than a line-by-line review of the document, which is currently out of whack with the direction that Dan and I believe we should be taking.



On 26 Dec 2011, at 18:33, Noah Mendelsohn wrote:

> Jeni and Dan:
> At our Friday meeting at the end of TPAC 2011 [1] I took:
> 	ACTION-627: on - Noah Mendelsohn - Schedule very detailed line-by-line review of Pub&Linking draft at January F2F - Due: 2011-12-23 - OPEN
> Do we still want to do this? I haven't seen much discussion lately, but if Jeni or Dan can prepare us to do a walkthrough, I'll try and find the time. We do need to give TAG members warning ASAP if the draft [3] is to be on the required reading list, as it's substantial. Also, please make sure [3] is the latest version (and if you have time, please fix the broken "Latest version" [4] link in the draft).
> Thank you.
> Noah
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]
> [4]

Jeni Tennison

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