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From Glossary of W3C Jargon (2003-03-11) | Glossary for this source

n. A publication on the W3C Web Site, found in the " Technical Recommendations " area, which does NOT constitute a technical recommendation, but only work deemed worthy of publication.
Working Group Note

From World Wide Web Consortium Process Document (2003-06-18) | Glossary for this source

A Working Group Note is published by a chartered Working Group to indicate that work has ended on a particular topic. A Working Group MAY publish a Working Group Note with or without its prior publication as a Working Draft. W3C MAY also publish "Interest Group Notes" and "Coordination Group Notes" for similar publications by those types of groups. Interest Groups and Coordination Groups do not create technical reports that advance toward Recommendation.
Note: To avoid confusion in the developer community and the media about which documents represent the output of chartered groups and which documents are input to W3C Activities (Member Submissions and Team Submissions), W3C plans to stop using the unqualified maturity level "Note."

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