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Revision as of 02:37, 29 March 2013


This is (will be) a public resource for participants in W3C groups to help them get work done. Much of the advice will apply to all types of groups and participants; some will be specific to certain types of groups/participants. Questions? public-modernguide@w3.org.

About this resource

There are two primary sorts of resources linked from here:

    1. Good practices. This information is editable (in a wiki) by anyone with a W3C account.
    2. Operations. These are operational descriptions edited by the W3C staff.

Some ideas to make this easy to use

    • Signposts for differences (e.g., "For CGs").
    • Search or index (don't want to manually manage multiple overlays)
    • Stack-overflow type FAQ tool
    • Connect to Member site admin tools (e.g., list audit)
    • Make sure people are aware of this resource (e.g., new chair email pointing to this; new participant email points to page on using tools, etc.)
    • Training built on top of this resource