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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.


Major changes to the directives for use by t10 and t11

  • 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

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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 (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

  • 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

  • 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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