[OpenID board] [board-private] FW: PAPE Specification ReviewPeriod Commencing
drecordon at sixapart.com
Thu Oct 23 17:43:14 UTC 2008
I have been helping out with this already. Spent time working with
Brian on his post about the meeting in NY. So, yes.
Sent from my iPhone Classic.
On Oct 23, 2008, at 10:41 AM, "Dick Hardt" <dick.hardt at gmail.com> wrote:
> Are you offering to train the rest of us how to blog appropriately?
> -- Dick
> On 23-Oct-08, at 10:36 AM, David Recordon wrote:
>> Yes, I don't disagree with posting on the OpenID blog, just am
>> disappointed that the time wasn't taken to write a blog post that
>> would have the appeal of the blog's readership.
>> Sent from my iPhone Classic.
>> On Oct 23, 2008, at 10:28 AM, "Martin Atkins"
>> <mart at degeneration.co.uk> wrote:
>>> Mike Jones wrote:
>>>> The relevant language in the IPR Procedures document is:
>>>> · Prominent posting (at least 14 days in advance of the be
>>>> ginning of the voting period) on homepage of OIDF website (but sol
>>>> ely for votes to approve Implementers’ Drafts, Final Specific
>>>> s, and Errata)
>>>> No, upon re-reading, it doesn’t literally say that notificati
>>>> on of
>>>> the review period must also occur via the home page, but given th
>>>> at the “prominent posting” of the vote is required to be on the
>>>> home page, it’s also reasonable to interpret the intent of th
>>>> e pro
>>>> cedures to assume that the review period notification should be ju
>>>> st as prominent as the voting notification, which follows it.
>>> Note also that it mentions the "*OIDF* website", not the OpenID
>>> website. I'm not sure what constitutes the OIDF website, though. Is
>>> it openid.net/foundation ?
>>> With that said, I don't think there's really much harm in this going
>>> on openid.net where it will have more visibility to those who might
>>> like to join OIDF in order to take part in this review / vote.
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