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  • From: Daniel Dardailler <danield@w3.org>
  • To: David Brownell <david-b@pacbell.net>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2000 08:14:00 +0100

> > The number one issue for democratization of the WWW is how to accomodate
> > input from members of cultures which are based on discretion, deferring
> > to those you respect even when they are wrong, and politely waiting to
> > be asked for an opinion at an appropriate time.  
> Curiously, the official W3C process expects all non-members to wait
> till "Proposed Recommendation" or (new) "Candidate Recommendation"
> to express opinions.  An "appropriate" moment is already defined.

That's not what the W3C Process Document section on WG deliverable

| In  addition to  the  deliverables  specified in  the Working  Group
| charter, a  Working Group will  post its intermediate results to the
| public Web site at three-month intervals. 


In effect, you can witness the discussion happening in some of the
W3C public list archives:
(e.g. www-svg)

"Proposed Recommendation" is when W3C has its *membership* to express
their opinion.

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