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Re: OASIS and XML-DEV

  • From: "David Brownell" <david-b@p...>
  • To: <donpark@d...>, <xml-dev@x...>
  • Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 10:51:08 -0700

Re: OASIS and XML-DEV
> >(b) What additional features should XML-DEV include. I 
> >like the idea of CVS pages for projects - think we have
> >a critical mass and it would work very well.
> 
> Too conservative.  I say go for the whole works.  Facilities we find
> useful will likely be adopted by W3C and others so its another way to
> improve the standardization process.  

Getting the group web site up IMHO an enabling step.

It's something we can focus on short term, and which is
very amenable to bring other activities up quickly ...


>        For example, there are enough
> people on this list to support a IRC channel going.  More elaborate
> MUD-like chat facility can be used for subgroup meetings with the
> side benefit of recording the process automatically.  I doubt anybody
> ever recorded weekly W3C WG teleconferences.

... such as a web page listing the IRC channels folk are
hanging out in, and with meeting schedules and transcripts.

Those annual recorded IRC chats can't quite work the same
as more frequent ones, eh?  

- Dave




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