"DITA for the Web" Subcommittee
DITA for the Web: Subcommittee Revised Draft Charter
Name of proposed subcommittee: DITA for the Web
Statement of Purpose
Provide a public forum for discussion about the management and delivery of DITA content on the Web and how DITA relates to other web technologies
Recommend strategies and guidelines to the OASIS DITA Technical Committee that promote best practices for applying DITA approaches to Web content
List of Deliverables
Recommendations to the DITA TC for specification changes or additions to the DITA standard that enable better support for DITA content on the Web
Specifications or white papers on one or more of the above topics related to DITA for the Web
Recommendations to the DITA TC for coordination with other related standards, such as the OASIS Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) TC or microformats.org
A white paper summary of recommendations and best practices guidelines for use of DITA content on the Web.
Mark Lewis, Quark
John Hunt, IBM
Subject: Proposal to the OASIS DITA TC to form a "DITA for the Web" Sub-Committee From: email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2009 09:04:03 -0400
Dear OASIS DITA TC members,
For the past several months, Mark Lewis (Quark) and John Hunt (IBM) have been exploring interest and gathering interested parties on the topic of "DITA for the Web."
We'd like to update the TC on the status of these activities, and bring forward a proposal to form a "DITA for the Web" sub-committee. The draft charter below outlines the initial goals and deliverables for this effort.
We have held three "forming" meetings in August and September that have drawn considerable interest, including attracting several new OASIS memberships and several more potential OASIS memberships if the sub-committee activity goes forward. Attendance at these meetings has been from six to twelve people, including nine current OASIS members. An additional ten individuals have expressed interest in participating in future meetings.
John Hunt and Mark Lewis
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