[Members] XSF membership: what does it mean?

Pedro Melo melo at simplicidade.org
Wed Nov 5 11:45:29 CST 2008

On Nov 5, 2008, at 5:33 PM, Jonathan Schleifer wrote:

> I agree that having someone to look over it isn't bad. But I think  
> there should also be a WG which does the main work on the XEP, and  
> then the Council only has a quick view on it.

Isn't that what the per-topic mailing lists are for?

I always assumed that they where for that.

> Am 05.11.2008 um 18:22 schrieb Dave Cridland:
>> This isn't limited to specifications which are under active  
>> scrutiny, too - we've a lot of specs, some of them largely  
>> untouched for years, and updating or polishing those is a mammoth  
>> task.
> That's just another thing I don't like: Why is an untouched XEP bad?  
> It isn't necessarily bad, so why automatically regard it as  
> deferred? Maybe it's just not used yet? And deferrig it definitely  
> won't change that.

Deferred only applies to Experimental XEP's. After you reach Draft,  
Active or Final, you don't need to touch the XEP.

I expect that people with Experimental XEPs will have interest on  
pushing it to the next step....

Best regards,
Pedro Melo
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