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: is it clear enough? what, if any, issues are there regarding its role; how to make it more inclusive of all of the AC reps plus non-Members; see related discussions on [https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/w3c-ac-forum/ w3c-ac-forum]. '''Captured as [https://www.w3.org/Member/track/ Issue 1].'''
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:Does the current voting process give the outcomes we expect? what needs to be "fixed"; what, if any, experiment(s) should to be run and who is the "guinea pig"; see related discussions on [https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/w3c-ac-forum/ w3c-ac-forum]. '''Captured as [https://www.w3.org/Member/track/issues/2 AC Issue 2].'''
 
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:if it was removed from the Process Document, would anyone notice? Why can't its use be a decision of the WG (and thus removed from the PD)? Raised by [https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/w3c-ac-forum/2013AprJun/0196.html Larry Masinter]
 
:if it was removed from the Process Document, would anyone notice? Why can't its use be a decision of the WG (and thus removed from the PD)? Raised by [https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/w3c-ac-forum/2013AprJun/0196.html Larry Masinter]

Revision as of 11:38, 19 July 2013

This document was created to enumerate various Issues and Actions for the Advisory Committee (AC). The original author's expectation is for this document be temporary and that it (hopefully be) replaced by a more general purpose issue and action tracking system like the W3C's Tracker. In the mean time, this should be good enough to keep things from "falling through the cracks" ...

AC Reps and others should feel free to update this document.

Issues

AB's role
is it clear enough? what, if any, issues are there regarding its role; how to make it more inclusive of all of the AC reps plus non-Members; see related discussions on w3c-ac-forum. Captured as AC Issue 1.
Voting
Does the current voting process give the outcomes we expect? what needs to be "fixed"; what, if any, experiment(s) should to be run and who is the "guinea pig"; see related discussions on w3c-ac-forum. Captured as AC Issue 2.
"Good Standing"
if it was removed from the Process Document, would anyone notice? Why can't its use be a decision of the WG (and thus removed from the PD)? Raised by Larry Masinter
Now listed as W3C Process CG issue 34
Does the AC need a FAQ
e.g. for questions like "is it OK for people lobbing for a seat in group X to directly soap-box on w3c-ac-forum, private emails, etc.?"; https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Member/w3c-ac-forum/2013AprJun/0307.html
AC meeting participation
are the low attendance numbers a "real" issue; what can be done to get better attendance; see related discussions on w3c-ac-forum
AC Meeting Agenda
The creation of AC meeting agendas should include AC reps; see related discussions on w3c-ac-forum
Face to face meetings?
What are the benefits and costs of replacing an AC f2f meeting with one or more conference calls?; see related discussions on w3c-ac-forum

Actions

  • Sysreq/TedG/TimbBL - create a proper Action and Issue tracking mechanism for the Advisory Committee
  • TimBL - see that workshops use video to extend the usefulness of the workshop to non-attendees
  • Philippe Le Hegaret: Create a HTML5 Open Document License FAQ to help better understand the proposed license text.

Actions Closed