Having had success with more openness, I’m running for the @W3CAB again.

Ask your @W3C AC Rep to vote by tomorrow!

(W3C Member-only link)

I’ll write more later, but here’s a few accomplishments:

I created and got the W3C Advisory Board (AB) to start openly using:

* @W3CAB - The W3C Advisory Board's official Twitter account
* https://www.w3.org/wiki/AB - wiki page of open AB projects

I worked hard at the Advisory Board to make more open licensing happen at W3C, and with the help and collaboration of many, concrete progress has been made there:
* https://www.w3.org/2004/pp/psig/group/1505-derivative-REC.html (also a W3C Member-only link, hope to report more at a public link soon)

I'm still working towards allowing Working Groups (and Editors) to choose to use CC0, but the above is at least a big step forward for establishing a culture of using more liberal licenses.

Thank you for your support!

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