The Future of /TR
31 October, Lyon, France
What's for today?
We'll do things like:
- What is /TR?
- Different visions for what /TR should be
- Impact on W3C Publication Process
Revised 2686 times since September 1995
List all W3C standards and drafts by
- Working and Interest Groups
ie, we list the W3C core products
Publication process as of today (simplified)
What's in /TR?
A draft contains:
- This version
- Lastest version
- Previous version
- [Editor's draft]
(for more, see "Restyling W3C spec" breakout)
Who uses /TR?
Difficult to evaluate (no stats or survey)
- Using a search engine?
- Web Developers? MDN, webplatform.org (soon :), ...
- So, do you use it, how and why?
- … or, why don't you use it?
What would you like?
- /TR is only for snapshots approved by WG as part of W3C Process transitions
- /TR is for snapshots approved by WG and the latest version can be modified at will
- Which one should a Group review then?
- Latest version links to editor's drafts
- is Pubrules painful for you?
- How often would you like to publish?
- What would you like to change?
- What should "Lastest version" link to?
- Should we list editor's drafts on /TR?