W3C Credentials Community Group

Increasing trust on the Web, one spec at a time.

Next Meeting

Date:
Time: 12pm Boston
Voice:
    VoIP: sip:ccg@96.89.14.196
    US phone: +1.540.274.1034 x6306
    EU phone: +33.9.74.59.31.06 x6306
Chat: Web, IRC
Duration:60 minutes

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Proposing a work item

We’re trying to make CCG participation easy. If you’re not comfortable using Github, send an email to public-credentials@w3.org, and we’ll help you out.

If you are comfortable using Github, please follow the steps below.

tl;dr Create a Github issue using the New Work Item template and send an CCG email discussion list (public-credentials@w3.org)

  1. Create a github issue using the New Work Item template. The template will prompt you to enter the following:
    • Include a link to an Abstract or Draft of proposed Work Item (typically a link to a google doc or a markdown page in Github, but anything is acceptable)
    • The editors responsible for advancing the Work Item. (Proposals may have a single editor; however, before approval of a Work Item it must have more than one editor, and editors must include representation from at least two companies.)
    • Note: the Github Work Item template autopopulates the following fields:
      • Labels the issue as “Proposed Work Item”
      • Prompts to add the editors’ contact information and Github handles to the issue
  2. Send an email to the CCG mailing list Credentials Community Group public-credentials@w3.org with a link to the Github issue.