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       <p>Advisory Committee representatives <em class="rfc2119">may</em> also initiate an appeal for certain Director's decisions
         that do not involve an Advisory Committee review. These, too, are identified in the sections which describe the
         requirements for the Director's decision and include additional (non-reviewed) maturity levels of Recommendation Track
-        documents, group charter extensions and closures, and Memorandums of Understanding. Director's decisions on issues not
-        described in this Process Document <em class="rfc2119">may</em> also be appealed if the type of appeal is identified where
-        that Director's decision is described.</p>
+        documents, group charter extensions and closures, and Memorandums of Understanding.</p>
 
       <p>In all cases, an appeal <em class="rfc2119">must</em> be initiated within <span class="time-interval">three weeks</span>
         of the decision.</p>
@@ -2359,10 +2357,6 @@
         <span class="time-interval">eight weeks</span> prior to the meeting's scheduled start date. This helps ensure that speakers
         and authors have adequate time to prepare position papers and talks.</p>
 
-      <p><strong>Note:</strong> In general, W3C does not organize <dfn id="EventsC">conferences</dfn>. Currently, W3C presents its
-        work to the public at the annual World Wide Web Conference, which is coordinated by the
-        <a href="http://www.iw3c2.org/">International World Wide Web Conference Committee</a> (<abbr>IW3C2</abbr>).</p>
-
       <h2 id="Liaisons">9 Liaisons</h2>
 
       <p>W3C uses the term "liaison" to refer to coordination of activities with a variety of organizations, through a number of