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Subject: Re: Subcommittee - Summary So Far

Hi Bret, hi everybody - 

Thanks for all this work so far. I am catching up on all the threads around Subcommittees & other topics. I'll be sending more info in a bit. 

For the moment, here is a template that you all can use to put together motions to start Subcommittees: 

SC Name: 


Proposed Deliverables: 


And here is a real-life example from the Legal Citation Markup TC: 

Name: Subcommittee on Legislation, constitutions, treaties and Parliamentary documents 

Purpose: The LegalCite Legislation subcommittee shall identify the relevant features of Legislation, constitutions, treaties and Parliamentary documents needed for their identification and description in the context of legal citations. Scope of the documents to include to be determined by the SC. Emphasis is given on international reach, support for multiple languages, multiple jurisdictions and multiple uses. Of great importance are primary source legal materials which are most binding in nature, and which are most cited in other documents. Features are organized in identifying vs. accessory, required vs. desired, and describing the cited document vs. describing the citation(*). 

Deliverables: 1) A collection of document types and a collection of use cases outlining the types of materials and citation types that exist for these materials. These use cases should include examples from different user communities (i.e. lawyers, bureaucrats, academics, business people, general public) as well as consider different languages, and jurisdictions. 

Chair: Monica Palmirani 

The way to proceed is to flesh these out then start a ballot for each in the TC's balloting section. I can help with Rich set them up. (I am following up to find out whether the ability to start ballots is limited to chair and secretary or whether anyone can use the balloting facility. I'm not sure what its capabilities are...) 



Chairs: Bret Jordan, Marc Davidson

Purpose:  <couple of sentences on what it will do> 

Proposed Deliverables: <these of course can change once the SC is working and better understands what is needed. this is a preliminary, proposed list> 

We can then launch electronic ballots to approve these and then I can get them set up in the system. 



On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 10:29 AM, Jordan, Bret <bret.jordan@bluecoat.com> wrote:
Rich / Chet, 

Based on discussions this is what we have so far, can we get some of these setup for voting so they can get the spaces setup and work can begin?

Co-Chair: Terry MacDonald
Co-Chair: (Options are Sean Barnum or Aharon Chernin)

Co-Chair: Bret Jordan
Co-Chair: Marc Davidson

Co-Chair: ??
Co-Chair: ??

Co-Chair: Eric Burger
Co-Chair: (My option is Jerome Athias would be good here, but that is still open on the list)

Co-Chair: Joep Gommers
Co-Chair: Patrick Maroney



Bret Jordan CISSP
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