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Subject: [Fwd: Re: Can a second public review be less than 30 days]

Karl answered my question,  Public reviews have to be minimum 30 days, 
for now.

Tom Rutt	email: tom@coastin.com; trutt@us.fujitsu.com
Tel: +1 732 801 5744          Fax: +1 732 774 5133

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Under the current Process each review must be minimum 30 days. That is 
likely to change with a revision being made to the Process, but for now 
that's the interpretation.


Tom Rutt wrote:
> The process states:
> "
> _Public Review_
> Before the TC can submit its Committee Draft to OASIS membership for 
> review and approval as an OASIS Standard, the TC must conduct a public 
> review of the work. The decision by the TC to submit the work for public 
> review requires a majority vote. The review must be announced by the TC 
> Administrator on the OASIS members mail list and optionally on other 
> public mail lists. Review must take place for a minimum of 30 days, 
> during which time no changes may be made to the document. Comments must 
> be collected via the TC's archived public comment facility. The TC must 
> record the comments received as well as the resolution of those comments.
> The TC may conduct any number of additional review cycles (i.e. 
> collecting comments, making edits to the specification, sending out a 
> revised version for review again, etc.) before deciding that the review 
> is complete. If substantive changes are made to the specification after 
> the start of the public review then the TC should conduct another review 
> cycle. After the conclusion of the review and final changes to the 
> document, the TC must re-approve the work as a Committee Draft before 
> submitting it to OASIS.
> "
> While it states that the first review must be at least 30 Days, it is 
> not clear whether a subsequent pubic review (say to allow reveiw of a 
> large number of editorial changes due to public review comments) must 
> also be 30
> days.
> My committee asked me to ask you if you would announce a second public 
> review which would be for less than 30 days?
> (say one or two weeks).
> Tom Rutt
> WSRM Chair

Karl F. Best
Vice President, OASIS
office  +1 978.667.5115 x206     mobile +1 978.761.1648
karl.best@oasis-open.org      http://www.oasis-open.org

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