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Section en cours de mise au point par adaptation du site Standards Hub du Gouvernement britannique.

Ce centre aux standards vise à vous permettre de participer au processus de priorisation et d'aider la sélection les standards ouverts de travail du LERDA. Nous voulons choisir une courte liste de standards devant être utilisés en cohérence par nos groupes de travail pour rendre nos documentation et leurs applications pour leurs utilisateurs et en réduire le coût.

Une approche en cinq phases a été retenue pour cette implémentation.

This Standards Hub is here so that you can get involved in the process for prioritising and helping us to select open standards for the LERDA work. We aim to choose a small set of core standards that are to be applied consistently across the our Working Groups to make our documentations and their applications better for users and to keep their costs down.

Five phases in our approach to implementing open standards in LERDA work de travail.

Suggestions phase

We’re trying to find out what challenges LERDA members face that open standards can help to fix. The first stage of this is asking for suggestions on what they are. We will assess your suggestions as they come in and look at the benefits that these might deliver: Where does LERDA needs to use open standards and why? Suggest a challenge

Challenge phase

We may then create a challenge. We will appoint a senior owner to act as a champion for the challenge. They will be responsible for leading the development of proposals. We will publish the challenges here on the site for comment, specifically to ask: Which standards or approaches would help LERDA to address each challenge? Review the current challenges and make a response.

Proposal phase

The challenge owner will use those comments to create proposals for each challenge. There might be more than one proposal. We will publish these for further comment: Which of these proposals will work best, or is there an alternate proposal we should consider?

Assessment/evaluation/decision phase

Once we’ve gone through this process, the challenge owner will select one proposal to submit to the Open Standards Board. The Board will make the final decision on proposals, which we will publish here as adopted standards.

Implementation phase

Once standards have been adopted, we will track implementation. We will encourage people to report when adopted standards are not being used or when there are issues with adopted standards here on the Standards Hub.