critique: Outsider's Guide to the W3C
It's (long past) time to revise the "Outsider's Guide to the W3C". http://simonstl.com/articles/civilw3c.htm The process has changed slightly, membership fees have increased, we now have the TAG (though I'm still not clear on what decision-making role it has), and the patent battles have come and gone. Feedback on how to cover any of those issues would be welcome. More importantly, though, I'm wondering if there are important things I've missed here. More and more of the W3C is working under (more) open processes, while at the same time things like WS-I are emerging with more closed models. Are there fundamental changes I need to make to this document? Perspectives I haven't noticed from my particular position? Comments and suggestions are welcome. I'm hoping to get a first draft of the revision up next week, but figure it's better to get input as early as possible. -- Simon St.Laurent Ring around the content, a pocket full of brackets Errors, errors, all fall down! http://simonstl.com -- http://monasticxml.org
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