Re: [apps-review] breakfast notes

Salvatore Loreto <> Wed, 16 November 2011 04:40 UTC

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some thoughts on a couple of points

On 11/16/11 12:19 PM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> 3. We want to encourage early involvement of AppsDir members in work
> within other areas (and by extension perhaps also W3C etc.).
> 8. It would be good to have better tracking of who has completed
> reviews, so that we can give credit where credit is due. We might be
> able to borrow Gen-ART tools or something else. Suggestion also to use
> the tracker here:
still borrowing form my IEEE experience as Technical Editor dealing with 
manuscriptcentral IEEE tool,
it would be great if we can have a similar powerful tool also in IETF 
that let you

search for people and of each of them provide some other information 
fields like
- how Current/Past 12 Months reviews (he/she has or has finalized)
- Days Since Last Review (it could help the leader to assign new reviews)
- Average R-Score (to provide credit)

> 9. We'd like to have a better idea of work happening in other areas that
> might benefit from AppsArea input. Discussion is welcome. Possible
> approaches might include watching the relevant working groups in other
> areas and establishing automated tools to perform keyword searching of
> -00 or -01 WG drafts (Peter to ping the tools team). Pete and I will
> also ask other ADs about their new work on a regular basis in the the
> IESG informal telechats.
can we officially delegate this work directly to the wg chairs in the 
different areas?
(of course if the IESG agree )

letting the wg chairs know that in the case they see some draft 
(especially working group draft 00 or
personal draft that are going to be discussed in a IETF meeting)
in their working group that somehow involve (or could involve) APPs Area 
they have to contact
as soon as possible the

"Applications Area Directorate".