Added section on how to provide feedback to README.
authorManu Sporny <>
Sun, 18 Jul 2010 10:54:12 -0400
changeset 33 7a6d5c929fff
parent 32 805d44635286
child 34 4dd912be1a13
Added section on how to provide feedback to README.
--- a/README	Sun Jul 18 10:15:15 2010 -0400
+++ b/README	Sun Jul 18 10:54:12 2010 -0400
@@ -22,13 +22,28 @@
+Don't e-mail patches to the editors, don't send tweets, IMs, or e-mails. 
+Log bugs if you want to request changes to the spec, it is the only way 
+you can make sure that your input will be tracked and considered by 
+the group:
+When logging an issue, be very specific about the problem and the
+exact change and wording that you would like to suggest. The easier
+you make changing the spec, the more likely that your change will be
+placed into the specification.
-To contribute to the specification:
+To directly contribute to the specification:
-1. You MUST modify the source code via github. Don't e-mail patches to the
-   editor.
+1. You MUST modify the 'index-respec.html' file via github - it is the
+   primary source document.
 2. You MUST agree to transferring the specification text to a governing
    specification body such as the IETF or W3C when the time comes to 
    transition the documents to an official specification.