The maintenance of the TV-Anytime specification is taking place in the framework of the ETSI JTC BROADCAST committee. This follows the ETSI procedures, i.e. an open process with well defined perr reviews.
When does a maintenance phase start?
Implementers should inform ETSI or more directly Jean-Pierre Evain (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) or there intention to propose changes. Thisb is sufficient to start a public maintenance phase during which others contributors will be invited to submit additional updates.
How often does it open?
A maintenance phase takes approximately 9 months. A maintenance phase has taken place every year since the publication was first published by ETSI.
Maintenance process in a nutshell
- When a call for contribution is issued, the following steps are being defined:
1/ Deadline for submission of proposed amendments to Jean-Pierre Evain (firstname.lastname@example.org), using the submission form attached.
2/ Two months later, a summary of proposed amendments is released, and admendments are open for peer review on the TV-Anytime reflectors.
3/ One month later, amendments are approved/amended/rejected with results published on the TV-Anytime reflectors.
4/ Approved amendments lead to the submission of proposed Work Items by ETSI.
5/ Start of the ETSI process: submission of amendment according to Work Items, final editing, ETSI review and publication (up to 6 months)