how to create strawman proposals?

David Herman dherman at mozilla.com
Sun Jun 5 14:33:18 PDT 2011


The point is to encourage people to write *more* well-thought-out proposals than can fit in an email, not less. Hence Allen's suggestion of blogs, websites, or github. If language design issues can be resolved in bursts of 140 characters then I think I will need to find a new line of work. ;)

Dave

On Jun 3, 2011, at 12:48 PM, Kam Kasravi wrote:

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> On Jun 3, 2011, at 8:47 AM, Allen Wirfs-Brock <allen at wirfs-brock.com> wrote:
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>> I just wanted to add, that it's always wise to flesh out an idea by writing it up as a cohesive proposal. Don't  let lack of non-member access to the TC39 wiki stop you from doing this.  Write it up anyway.  Then post it to your personal blog, website, github, or anywhere else that  you have access to.  Then start a discussion thread here and point at your proposal.  That's really all it takes.
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> Great idea, it's also easy to tweet your concept and add @BrendanEich, @wycats or some others. Given how active Brendan and Allen are on twitter (how do you guys find the time?) has TC39 considered a twitter channel perhaps along strawman boundaries? For example the strawman page could add a twitter reference next to each strawman (if the author wants to). Given the amount of informal discussion happening now it looks like it's happening anyway...
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