Microsoft's responce to XML.com article
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Mon Jan 17 19:19:16 GMT 2000
At 08:05 PM 1/17/00 +0100, =?windows-1252?Q?Aleksi_Niemel=E4?= wrote:
>> Become an invited expert.
>This is probably told somewhere else, but I'm still asking. How to become an
>invited expert? Not that I'll be one ever... :)
It can happen a variety of ways. The WG chair or another participant may
know of someone's expertise on a particular topic, and suggest that the
individual be contacted and invited.
Someone may demonstrate appropriate expertise on a lists such as these, and
Someone may directly contact a participate and ask to be invited -- though
such a direct route should of course be accompanied by supporting evidence
of expertise and an acknowledgement of availability to participate fully
(calls, email, face to face meetings). I don't think chairs want to be
inundated :), but of course it's possible that group members and chairs
won't always be aware of someone with skills that would compliment the group.
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