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Subject: Formalizing Consensus - Identifier, Timestamp, Timestamp Precision, and Custom Properties
As we make progress on these specifications, it’s important to make sure that we have consensus on specification text and can document that consensus. To that end, the STIX co-chairs and editors would like to start a development cadence where we move content in the specifications through informal consensus, to review, to motions to approve the text.
In order to balance this desire with the desire to avoid hundreds of votes, we’d like to try the following process:
Draft status doesn’t mean that the text cannot change. We can make editorial changes through out the process without going back to earlier phases, but if we make any material changes we would move the concept back to the “Development” phase and start again. This is also not a replacement for the formal approval of the complete specification text when STIX 2.0 is done, it’s just a way to ensure that we have consensus at a more granular level as we move forward.
We hope this process gives you time to both have input prior to the official review phase and see what we’re moving to the review phase while at the same time avoiding votes on every single topic.
For this first round, please review the following sections in the STIX 2.0 specification:
Timestamp Precision: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HJqhvzO35h62gQGPvghVRIAtQrZn3_J__0UcDAj-NXY/edit#heading=h.sp8ake5xbk8j
Custom Properties: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HJqhvzO35h62gQGPvghVRIAtQrZn3_J__0UcDAj-NXY/edit#heading=h.8072zpptza86
This is the start of the 2 day review process prior to the initial motion, so please provide any comments now so we can adjust. We can discuss comments on the Tuesday working call and, assuming we’re able to resolve them, make the motions to approve these sections on Wednesday morning.
Thanks everyone! I realize this may sound overly formal to some of you but in practice I’d expect that it just means you have more defined things to be reviewing at any given time.