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Q: Why is there a requirement for the Director to review and approve a document proposed for a First Public Working Draft (FPWD)?
 
Q: Why is there a requirement for the Director to review and approve a document proposed for a First Public Working Draft (FPWD)?
  
A: The reason for FPWD review is for the Director to confirm that the proposed draft is in scope for the charter of the working group that proposed it.
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A: The reason for FPWD review is for the Director to confirm that the proposed draft is in scope for the charter of the working group that proposed it. -Ian Jacobs
  
 
== See Also ==
 
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This is an informal frequently asked questions page about the W3C Process.

Questions

Why Director Review Before FPWD

Q: Why is there a requirement for the Director to review and approve a document proposed for a First Public Working Draft (FPWD)?

A: The reason for FPWD review is for the Director to confirm that the proposed draft is in scope for the charter of the working group that proposed it. -Ian Jacobs

See Also