W3C Process Document

13 References

13.1 Public Resources

The following public information is available at the W3C Web site.

[PUB5]
How to Join W3C
[PUB6]
Membership Agreement
[PUB8]
The list of current W3C Members
[PUB9]
The list of W3C Activities
[PUB10]
The list of acknowledged Member Submissions
[PUB11]
The W3C technical reports page
[PUB12]
Public list of Activity Proposals. In this version of the Process Document, there is no public reference to the list of Activity proposals.
[PUB13]
Submission request overview
[PUB14]
The W3C Team
[PUB15]
About the W3C includes the W3C mission statement some background information about W3C, and additional information about W3C Activities and organization.
[PUB16]
The list of published Team Submissions
[PUB17]
Invited expert and collaborators agreement
[PUB18]
W3C Document Licence
[PUB19]
W3C Software Notice and Licence
[PUB20]
Translations of W3C technical reports
[PUB21]
Public W3C mailing lists
[PUB23]
Conflict of Interest Policy for W3C Team Members Engaged in Outside Professional Activities
[PUB25]
Technical Architecture Group (TAG) Charter
[PUB26]
The TAG home page
[PUB27]
Tips for Getting to Recommendation Faster
[PUB28]
W3C liaisons with other organizations
[PUB30]
The Advisory Board home page
[PUB31]
Publication Rules
[PUB32]
W3C Fellows Program

13.2 Member-only Resources

The following Member-only information is available at the W3C Web site.

[MEM1]
Current Advisory Committee representatives
[MEM2]
Group mailing lists
[MEM3]
The calendar of all scheduled official W3C events
[MEM4]
The New Member Orientation, which includes an introduction to W3C processes from a practical standpoint, including relevant email addresses.
[MEM5]
Advisory Committee meetings
[MEM6]
Member Web site
[MEM8]
How to send a Submission request
[MEM9]
The Art of Consensus, a guidebook for W3C Working Group Chairs and other collaborators
[MEM14]
Guidelines for Disciplinary Action
[MEM15]
How to Organize an Advisory Board or TAG election

13.3 Other References

[RFC2119]
"Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate Requirement Levels", S. Bradner, March 1997.
[RFC2777]
"Publicly Verifiable Nomcom Random Selection", D. Eastlake 3rd, February 2000.