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Key: JSR358-16
Type: Improvement Improvement
Status: Reopened Reopened
Priority: Major Major
Assignee: Unassigned
Reporter: Bill Shannon
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jsr358

PMO should not be involved in Early Draft Review

Created: 20/Sep/11 08:24 PM   Updated: 10/Apr/14 08:36 PM
Component/s: JSR lifecycle
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Participants: Bill Shannon, keilw and pcurran


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Given the new transparency requirements, there seems to be little gained by involving
the PMO in Early Draft Review. It would be easier for the EG to publish its draft
specs on its project web site for review, whenever it wants, as often as it wants,
for as long as it wants, without having to inform the PMO.



pcurran added a comment - 22/Sep/11 10:42 AM

We discussed this at the September 21 Working Group meeting, and agreed that there is value to having a formal review process. (Note also that we tie this to the time-out requirements.)

I'm closing this for now, but have added it to the JSR2 list for future consideration.


Bill Shannon added a comment - 22/Sep/11 05:08 PM

I think it's sufficient that the formal review process start with Public Review.
Ditto the timeout.


pcurran added a comment - 22/Sep/11 07:34 PM

I still don't want to make such an extensive change at this late stage.

I reopened, and deferred the issue. We'll look at it again later...


keilw added a comment - 30/Jan/13 10:38 PM

As there are Renewal Ballots now actively conducted, does this still make sense, at least the "review, whenever it wants, as often as it wants, for as long as it wants, without having to inform the PMO." part?