We'd like to invite anyone to propose a new topic, by adding it to the bottom of the 'Prosed' list. But you'll need to use our template for creating new topics to do this.
- Everybody is invited to propose Research Topics by outlining a short description following the structure in the template.
- The RDWG core group selects which proposed symposia will be organised in what sequence. We can't select a topic until the Proposed Topic is completely filled out.
- Experts are invited to select a topic out of the list, brush up and finalise the topic description and propose to organise a symposium on it.
- Once the topic is agreed and the dates confirmed (According to the Symposium Timeline Calculator) then Symposium e-mails: CfP Email Boilerplate, @@e-mail to registered participants, Template for Participation Guide can be created and sent.
- You must follow the timeline, completing each event ON-TIME!
- As well as the internal lists via Shadi and Shawn there are another Distribution Lists (External to W3C) required.
- The Symposium Web pages now need to be created: Template for Symposium Main Web Page, Template for CfP Web Page. This page will be developed by the Symposium Chairs in coordination with our W3C contact.
- There are a number other general Symposium Development (old Symposium Mechanics) issues you should be aware of.
- Once papers are submitted there are Paper Selection Criteria to be considered and a set of Paper Response Templates available.
- Once the symposium is over then it's time to provide a Chat log, a transcript, and write the accompanying note - for which there is a Template.
- Remember to look at Indexing and at Manual of Style including that for citations
- In some cases Alternative Conference Publishing Venues may be appropriate after the note is complete.