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Subject: Re: [chairs] TC FAQ Template


Some of this does not seem appropriate for a FAQ:

6. Is it anticipated that TC deliverables will be broadly used,
deployed, and/or implemented?
Or are the deliverables intended for a narrow audience, possibly
including only the TC membership?

7. Do you see external factors that should help a broad acceptance and
deployment of the specifications from this TC?
And factors that may potentially hinder a broad acceptance and deployment?


10. Have the authors and their companies considered further ways to
promote the produced specification(s) after completion (PR, marketing,
campaigns, industry consortia....)

These seem like questions for the TC itself, but not for the external FAQ.

Anne Anderson

Carol Geyer wrote:

> OASIS Committee Chairs:
> Each OASIS TC is provided with an FAQ page, linked from the upper right column of the TC's public homepage. This FAQ is a very
> important resource for helping prospective members, press, analysts, and OASIS staff better understand your work.
> The OASIS Technical Advisory Board has compiled a list of generic questions that provide a basis for all TC FAQs. This is a great
> way to get started writing your FAQ, but naturally, you are free to add questions specific to your work. Also, keep in mind that
> edits to posted FAQ can be made at any time.
> Please take a moment to review your TC's FAQ page. Send new text or edits to me, and we'll get them posted as soon as possible. 
> Again, *all* OASIS Committees should provide information on their FAQ pages. It is particularly crucial for TC's preparing to submit
> work for approval. Press releases announcing new OASIS Standards must reference an updated FAQ.
> TAB Recommended Questions: http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/tab/download.php/11675/tab-generic-faq-approved.txt
> Many thanks,
> Carol
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Anne H. Anderson               Anne.Anderson@sun.com
Sun Microsystems Labs          1-781-442-0928
Burlington, MA USA

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