On 7/22/2020 5:26 AM, Tim Wicinski wrote:
In the last paragraph, would it harm to drop "and assuming the
participants still have the momentum to do so" ? Recharting will
require reevaluation anyway.
Good point. But it doesn't go far enough. Rather, drop the entire
Upon completion of these three milestones, and assuming the participants
still have the momentum to do so, the working group may undertake
similar review and revision of other email specifications. Such future
work will require rechartering.
Typically, text like this in a charter is gratuitous, since it
explicitly has nothing to do with work that is currently within scope.
It's only saving grace can be indirect, to aid in the definition of what
is out of scope for current work. But that's best achieved by simply
saying what is out of scope.
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