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- 1 AB Priorities for 2022-2023 Academic Year
- 2 Priorities of the Year
- 3 Ongoing Responsibilities
- 4 Previously
AB Priorities for 2022-2023 Academic Year
See Proposed Priorities in GitHub
Priorities of the Year
Finishing off Director-free
- Lead: Florian
- Participants: Florian, Chris
- Summary: Finish the Director-Free process this year - not only Formal Objections and the Council, but including other Director responsibilities such as setting the technical vision for W3C. Also matching edits to the Process to have governing documents match.
- Additional background material:
- Lead: Tantek, Avneesh
- Participants: Dingwei, David, Chris
- Define the W3C vision with principles & values to guide our role in the evolution of the Web platform, and the strategy for doing so.
- Detail the values, pillars, challenges, potential pitfalls, and major benefits we expect the Web to bring in this next phase, documented in https://github.com/w3c/AB-public/tree/main/Vision.
- Open issues on project: https://github.com/w3c/AB-public/issues?q=is%3Aopen+label%3AVision+sort%3Aupdated-desc
Finish the LE transition, handoff to BoD
- Lead: AB liaisons?
- Summary: Figure out how the AB can assist the BoD.
The 4 Is: Interoperable, independent, implementation, Incubation
- Lead: Chris, Judy
- Participants: Tzviya, Igarashi
- Summary: Produce guidance on how to manage the process of incubation, and how interoperability and implementations factor in.
Improving the sense of community
- Lead: Léonie, Tzviya, Heejin
- Participants: Igarashi
- Summary: Rebuilding sense of collegiality in the AB, provide Team support and encouragement, et al.
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Improving working relationship with W3M
- Representing the membership and bringing ideas of membership forward
- Evolving and maintaining the Process
- assist team with Member meeting planning
- FO Councils
- Helping with Member engagement. Driving efforts to ensure Member Continuity into 2023 as we move to a legal entity. The recent meeting between the AB and Credential Community Group is a good example of this type of action.
- Continue to advise the Team about hybrid meetings. What meetings should be in person? What should be virtual? Hybrid? What should health rules look like. An early example of this will be AC 2023 planning.
- At some point, the AB should think about how we work, including group structures, specifically how we divide into WGs, BGs, IGs, and CGs, and the two (or more) flavors of CG – those related to our other groups and operations, and truly Community Groups...