Tool to Assist with Calls for Specification Review
Status: This form is meant to help Chairs and Team contacts
get Document Review.
via the list <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Generate Draft Email
Tell me about email@example.com
- Subscribers: W3C Chairs and W3C Staff are automatically subscribed; anyone else may subscribe
- Read access: Public
- Write access: Public
Am I required to use this list to get wide review?
Does this list replace any of the lists described in the transition documentation?
No. References: Transitions for 2005 Process and Transistions for 2014 Process.
Does announcing a publication on this review list constitute wide review?
No. The announcement is merely an invitation to review. The W3C Process
expects actual reviews to happen.
Can we use this list to seek review for any type of publication?
Yes, for Working, Interest, Community, and Business Groups. The publication status (e.g,. FPWD or CR) will likely affect what review you seek, and where possible you should be specific about what feedback you want.
Will the staff send emails to this list automatically?
That is not currently the plan given that groups have expressed that they wish to send custom messages.
- A complete tool will actually post the email to the list.
- The form could be a lot more intelligent, e.g., getting the title of the document given the URI, getting the email address for comments given the identified group, the list of groups could be limited to those for which the logged in individual is team contact or chair. This is just a demo.
- More than one group may be responsible for a specification.
- I don't think we should constrain groups to point reviewers only
at unchanging drafts. Each group should make a choice.
- We have a TR page view of review opportunities. Today it includes LC2005, CR2014, and PR.
Ian Jacobs. Comments or questions? <firstname.lastname@example.org>