On 1 August 2014, W3C began a transition away from this document; see the current W3C Process Document.

W3C Process Document

13 References

13.1 Public Resources

The following public information is available at the W3C Web site.

How to Join W3C
Membership Agreement
The list of current W3C Members
The list of W3C Activities
The list of acknowledged Member Submissions
The W3C technical reports page
Public list of Activity Proposals. In this version of the Process Document, there is no public reference to the list of Activity proposals.
Submission request overview
The W3C Team
About the W3C includes the W3C mission statement some background information about W3C, and additional information about W3C Activities and organization.
The list of published Team Submissions
Invited expert and collaborators agreement
W3C Document Licence
W3C Software Notice and Licence
Translations of W3C technical reports
Public W3C mailing lists
Conflict of Interest Policy for W3C Team Members Engaged in Outside Professional Activities
Technical Architecture Group (TAG) Charter
The TAG home page
Tips for Getting to Recommendation Faster
W3C liaisons with other organizations
The Advisory Board home page
Publication Rules
W3C Fellows Program

13.2 Member-only Resources

The following Member-only information is available at the W3C Web site.

Current Advisory Committee representatives
Group mailing lists
The calendar of all scheduled official W3C events
The New Member Orientation, which includes an introduction to W3C processes from a practical standpoint, including relevant email addresses.
Advisory Committee meetings
Member Web site
How to send a Submission request
The Art of Consensus, a guidebook for W3C Working Group Chairs and other collaborators
Guidelines for Disciplinary Action
How to Organize an Advisory Board or TAG election

13.3 Other References

"Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate Requirement Levels", S. Bradner, March 1997.
"Publicly Verifiable Nomcom Random Selection", D. Eastlake 3rd, February 2000.