In a previous post “Individuals influencer of the Web at W3C –utopia?”, I drew up some balance sheet of possibilities for individuals to affiliate with the Web community.
What started as a simple fan club design is evolving into something far more appealing, which is re-aligning with my initial interest of individuals having a voice in the Consortium.
One of the key components of the W3C is the Advisory Committee, composed of one representative from each W3C Member. The Advisory Committee has a number of roles described in the W3C Process: review, appeal, vote.
So, what if we told you that Webizens can run for an Advisory Committee position?
The draft proposal is built in a wiki, the sections of particular relevance are:
The design of the framework is still work in progress, is done in the open and public participation is free. We target to deliver a proposal by early June.
I am seeking feedback and comments, and thank you kindly for it! You may:
- comment in this blog,
- write to the
email@example.com list (publicly archive),
- edit the wiki directly,
- even use IRC (irc.w3.org, port 6665, channel #webizen).