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Re: [Public WebGL] extension development process

On Fri, Feb 6, 2015 at 11:47 AM, Florian Bösch <pyalot@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have introduced the rejected status to the extension registry, added
> wording explaining when an extension can be rejected and clarified the
> process of extension advancement. Below are the added wordings:
>> Every extension should advance to Khronos ratified. If an extension cannot
>> advance through the extension process it can be rejected.
>> Rejected extensions should never be implemented. An extension enters
>> rejected status because consensus on it could not be reached at the proposal
>> stage or technical difficulties arise during implementation at the draft
>> stage. A community approved extension can only be rejected in extraordinary
>> circumstances. A Khronos ratified extension cannot be rejected.
> This is of course open for debate, but I find it a good idea. Can we form a
> consensus on this?

This sounds fine.

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