Policies and procedures of some of the major standards bodies.
- Open Root Server Confederation (ORSC) Rules of Constructive Engagement
- World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
- World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Process Document - Membership is open to any organization which signs a membership agreement. One month after formal internal release, all software produced by or officially contributed to the W3C is available for general public use, commercial or otherwise. With the exception of its journal (for which it charges a subscription fee), most announcements, replies, confirmations, notifications, ballots, minutes, and other documents are electronic. Member organizations have exclusive access to the member Web site, which includes newsletters, announcements, and information on events, technologies, software releases, Activity and group news, discussion forums, and mailing lists. A portion of the Member Web site will be reserved for each W3C group. It's each group's responsibility to maintain its own group archives (minutes, milestones, etc.) at this space. Much of the W3C internal documentation is not made publicly available and is considered confidential.
- W3C Quality Assurance - aims to improve the quality of implementation for W3C technologies
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