An important week for the Web Literacy Standard

As I’ve already intimated in Preparing for v1.0 of the Web Literacy Standard we’ve done plenty of work over the summer on getting the Standard into shape. We’re on the home straight with the final community call this Monday where we’ll draw a line in the sand.

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Yesterday I had a conversation with, amongst other people, Mark Surman (CEO, Mozilla Foundation) and Brett Gaylor (Senior Director, Webmaker). We decided some things:

I’ve been going through the Google Doc we’ve been using in preparation for v1.0. The process has been very democratic up to now, but I had to put my BDFL hat on to get some of the issues resolved. Quite a few have been punted to discussions happening post-MozFest.

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