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Major Changes to the Directives for use by T10 and T11. Major Changes. Acceptance of New Work Items For committees with less than 16 P-members, only 4 P-members required to indicate a willingness to participate in development.

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Major changes to the directives for use by t10 and t11

Major Changes to the Directivesfor use byT10 and T11


Major changes
Major Changes

  • Acceptance of New Work Items

    • For committees with less than 16 P-members, only 4 P-members required to indicate a willingness to participate in development.

    • This change would be very valuable to T10 except SC25 has 30 P-members


Major changes to the 5 stage process
Major Changes to the 5 Stage Process

  • Type 1, 2 and 3 Technical Reports replaced with Technical Reports and Technical Specifications

    • Only one type of Technical Report exists

    • We rarely do Technical Reports, but this is no big change

  • National Bodies not allowed to formally change their Fast Track/PAS DIS vote during or after the BallotResolutionMeeting

    • This removes flexibility from FT/PAS processes making it more difficult to get approval. This would make it an up/down vote. If it fails you may resubmit from the beginning.

    • Why take a chance on FT when the normal 5 stage process is just as fast and allows negotiations


Major changes to the 5 stage process1
Major Changes to the 5 Stage Process

  • FCD replaced with DIS

    • DIS ballot initiated and conducted by ITTF

    • Duration is five months

    • If the DIS ballot fails, subsequent DIS ballots are allowed and are nominally two months long

    • Comments (both editorial and technical) are allowed

    • We used FCD which was voted by SC25, now we start with DIS, Draft International Standard, which is voted by ISO/IEC. Not big change to us.


  • If a DIS ballot receives 100% approval (only editorial corrections, Typos), the text moves directly to publication, skipping FDIS ballot

  • The voting criteria is the same as FDIS

    • Combined voting procedure used: DIS voted on by all members of ISO and IEC

    • In our case where we rarely get comments we can skip FDIS and go directly to publication.


Comparison of development tracks
Comparison of Development Tracks corrections, Typos), the text moves directly to publication, skipping FDIS ballot

Current JTC 1 Development

NWIP

WD

CD

FCD (4 months)

FDIS (2 months)

IS

JTC 1 Supplement Development

NWIP

WD

CD

DIS (5 months)

FDIS (2 months)

IS


Transition timeline for fcd to dis
Transition Timeline for FCD to DIS corrections, Typos), the text moves directly to publication, skipping FDIS ballot

  • Any project already under the five stage development process as of 1 July 2010 will continue under the existing CD/FCD/FDIS process for a period of one year

  • Any project initiated after 1 July 2010 will be processed according to the rules outlined in the JTC 1 Supplement which specifies a development track of CD/DIS/FDIS

  • As of 1 July 2011, ALL projects, regardless of when they were initiated, will be moved to the CD/DIS/FDIS timeframe

  • THE FCD BALLOT WILL NOT BE AN OPTION AFTER 1 JULY 2011

  • If a subcommittee chooses to migrate to the new development track on 1 July 2010 for all of its projects, that decision will be implemented

  • We will move to new process as soon as possible.


Changes to jtc 1 fast track process
Changes to JTC 1 Fast Track Process corrections, Typos), the text moves directly to publication, skipping FDIS ballot

  • ISO Fast Track Process now used

    • The 30-day contradiction period eliminated

    • DIS ballot duration is five months

    • If document does not pass DIS ballot, it fails.

      • No second chances

      • No BRM

    • Document must go through FDIS voting, unless 100% approval (only editorial corrections) is received during DIS ballot. In that case, document will proceed directly to publication.

    • Conditional voting is not allowed.

      • ALL comments submitted must be addressed.

      • Yes with comments is valid and comments will be considered


Changes to the jtc 1 pas process
Changes to the JTC 1 PAS Process corrections, Typos), the text moves directly to publication, skipping FDIS ballot

  • DIS ballot duration is five months

  • If document does not pass DIS ballot, it fails.

    • No second chances

    • No BRM

  • Document must go through FDIS voting, unless 100% approval (only editorial corrections) is received during the DIS ballot. In that case, document will proceed directly to publication.

  • Conditional voting is not allowed.

    • ALL comments submitted must be addressed.

    • Yes with comments is valid and comments will be considered


Changes to the jtc 1 pas process1
Changes to the JTC 1 PAS Process corrections, Typos), the text moves directly to publication, skipping FDIS ballot

  • Normative References to standards outside ISO, IEC or the ITU must be identified

    • For each reference, contact information and the location of the organization’s IPR policy must be included. This can be done by:

      • Citing the referenced organization’s ARO status, We are generating AROs for INCITS and SFF

      • or

      • Filing a Referencing Explanatory Report (RER) (must be filed by the PAS Submitter)


Ballot resolution meeting for fast track or jtc 1 pas big pain
Ballot Resolution Meeting for Fast Track or JTC 1 PAS corrections, Typos), the text moves directly to publication, skipping FDIS ballot(Big Pain)

  • Purpose

    • To review and address comments received on APPROVED Fast Track or JTC 1 PAS document and achieve the widest possible consensus

    • Must have separate agenda and be convened as separate meeting, even if held in conjunction with/co-located with an SC/WG meeting

    • All comments must be discussed at one meeting, not spread over a series of meetings

  • Membership

    • Representatives of JTC 1 management (i.e., Secretariat, Chair)

    • Project editor or editors

    • Representatives from all National Bodies (regardless of whether or not they have voted on the ballot)

    • Fast Track Submitter/Recognized PAS Submitter, if applicable


Ballot resolution meeting for fast track or jtc 1 pas
Ballot Resolution Meeting for Fast Track or JTC 1 PAS corrections, Typos), the text moves directly to publication, skipping FDIS ballot

  • Results

    • Each ballot comment and Editor’s suggested resolution shall be addressed, and final decision on each comment documented

    • When all comments have been addressed and disposition of comments have been approved by the meeting, BRM criteria have been met

    • At conclusion of the meeting, but no longer than one month after the close of meeting,  the SC Secretariat shall distribute

      • A new version of the balloted document that includes all changes agreed to at the BRM

      • Disposition of comments report approved at the BRM


Ballot resolution meeting
Ballot Resolution Meeting corrections, Typos), the text moves directly to publication, skipping FDIS ballot

  • Document MUST be submitted for either FDIS ballot or 2nd DIS ballot (if submitted technical comments result in substantive changes).

  • National Bodies not allowed to formally change their DIS vote during or after the BRM


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