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Results of Questionnaire Update to rule writing & publication process

The results of this questionnaire are available to anybody.

This questionnaire was open from 2021-03-25 to 2021-03-30.

9 answers have been received.

Jump to results for question:

  1. About this Review
  2. ACT Publication steps
  3. Public feedback
  4. Anual Review
  5. Other comments

1. About this Review

Please take time to review the updated ACT Publication Process. Did you:

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
I reviewed it thoroughly. 3
I skimmed it. 4
I didn't get to it. I abstain (not vote). Accept the decision of the group. 2

Details

Responder About this ReviewComment
Mary Jo Mueller I reviewed it thoroughly.
Rachael Bradley Montgomery I reviewed it thoroughly.
Sarah Horton I didn't get to it. I abstain (not vote). Accept the decision of the group.
Michael Gower I didn't get to it. I abstain (not vote). Accept the decision of the group. Mary Jo reviewed this material on behalf of IBM.
Michael Cooper I reviewed it thoroughly. "the author is free to merge the pull request" - change to "an editor can merge the pull request" - I think the practice of allowing merges into the main branch should restricted to a few people with elevated access, as is becoming a norm in many W3C repositories.
Alastair Campbell I skimmed it. From the changes, I concluded that:
- Creating rules is becoming a more shared, wider thing between TF & CG (and possibly anyone can create a proposal/draft?).
- Refining the (partly github) workflow for creating new rules.
- Adds call for implementation.
- Adds annual review
John Foliot I skimmed it.
Gundula Niemann I skimmed it. I reviewed the first half thoroughly.
Laura Carlson I skimmed it.

2. ACT Publication steps

Please review the update to the ACT rule publication process section. Do you have any suggested changes you want to see?

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
Looks good, no changes to suggest 3
I have a suggestion for editor's discretion entered below. 3
I have a strong suggestion and do not approve the section without this change, entered below

(3 responses didn't contain an answer to this question)

Details

Responder ACT Publication stepsComments
Mary Jo Mueller I have a suggestion for editor's discretion entered below. Simply editorial changes. I added comments to the PR.
Rachael Bradley Montgomery I have a suggestion for editor's discretion entered below. The new text refers people not in the taskforce to speak to the facilitators. I expected a light process of what happens after that to be included since these individuals were addressed in the previous version.
Sarah Horton
Michael Gower
Michael Cooper This looks like the same content as the previous question, formatted differently. I did not look closely for diffs.
Alastair Campbell Looks good, no changes to suggest
John Foliot Looks good, no changes to suggest
Gundula Niemann I have a suggestion for editor's discretion entered below. The timeframe for the review should depend on the impact of the change, which is not identical to the number of rules affected.
Laura Carlson Looks good, no changes to suggest

3. Public feedback

Please review the update to the Public Feedback section. Do you have any suggested changes you want to see?

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
Looks good, no changes to suggest 5
I have a suggestion for editor's discretion entered below.
I have a strong suggestion and do not approve the section without this change, entered below

(4 responses didn't contain an answer to this question)

Details

Responder Public feedbackComments
Mary Jo Mueller Looks good, no changes to suggest
Rachael Bradley Montgomery Looks good, no changes to suggest
Sarah Horton
Michael Gower
Michael Cooper This looks like the same content as the previous question, formatted differently. I did not look closely for diffs.
Alastair Campbell Looks good, no changes to suggest
John Foliot Looks good, no changes to suggest
Gundula Niemann
Laura Carlson Looks good, no changes to suggest

4. Anual Review

Please review the update to the Annual Review section. Do you have any suggested changes you want to see?

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
Looks good, no changes to suggest 5
I have a suggestion for editor's discretion entered below. 1
I have a strong suggestion and do not approve the section without this change, entered below

(3 responses didn't contain an answer to this question)

Details

Responder Anual ReviewComments
Mary Jo Mueller Looks good, no changes to suggest
Rachael Bradley Montgomery Looks good, no changes to suggest
Sarah Horton
Michael Gower
Michael Cooper This looks like the same content as the previous question, formatted differently. I did not look closely for diffs.

Note annual review is a commitment that can be difficult to keep. Does the TF / CG have a plan to ensure it can deliver on this, especially as the ruleset grows?
Alastair Campbell Looks good, no changes to suggest
John Foliot Looks good, no changes to suggest
Gundula Niemann I have a suggestion for editor's discretion entered below. It's merely a question:
Does the liaison decide on his/her own whether or not needs to be updated?
I feel this is not symmetric to that a proposed change needs to be approved by three independent reviewers to go to the next step.
Shouldn't the decision that no change is needed also be approved?
Laura Carlson Looks good, no changes to suggest

5. Other comments

Do you have any other comments or suggested changes you want to see?

Summary

ChoiceAll responders
Results
Looks good, no changes to suggest 4
I have a suggestion for editor's discretion entered below. 1
I have a strong suggestion and do not approve the section without this change, entered below

(4 responses didn't contain an answer to this question)

Details

Responder Other commentsComments
Mary Jo Mueller Looks good, no changes to suggest
Rachael Bradley Montgomery I have a suggestion for editor's discretion entered below. I am slightly concerned that there is no process to move to consensus over an objection. While this is needed only very rarely and should be used extremely sparingly I think it is an important part of the consensus process that isn't built in here.
Sarah Horton
Michael Gower
Michael Cooper
Alastair Campbell Looks good, no changes to suggest
John Foliot Looks good, no changes to suggest
Gundula Niemann
Laura Carlson Looks good, no changes to suggest

More details on responses

  • Mary Jo Mueller: last responded on 29, March 2021 at 18:39 (UTC)
  • Rachael Bradley Montgomery: last responded on 30, March 2021 at 10:53 (UTC)
  • Sarah Horton: last responded on 30, March 2021 at 12:49 (UTC)
  • Michael Gower: last responded on 30, March 2021 at 13:24 (UTC)
  • Michael Cooper: last responded on 30, March 2021 at 14:26 (UTC)
  • Alastair Campbell: last responded on 30, March 2021 at 14:42 (UTC)
  • John Foliot: last responded on 30, March 2021 at 14:53 (UTC)
  • Gundula Niemann: last responded on 30, March 2021 at 15:09 (UTC)
  • Laura Carlson: last responded on 30, March 2021 at 15:10 (UTC)

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