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Subject: Re: Summary of Steering Committee meeting 20th Sept.
Nagwa and Tim: Please arrange immediately to have the full comments delivered to me ASAP. I fear, based on Nagwa's comments, that she may have been referring to the document that was distributed at San Jose. The new document was a complete re-write to address those issues. I find many of the documents completely unfounded and based on the discussions in San Jose. Specifically 1. Nagwa's comments on lack on high level use cases - there are 20 some odd such use cases elaborately identified in the specification (yes - a few are not complete however they will be by the end of the first review cycle). 2. The full functional requirements for each subsequent team have been 100% laid out, contrary to Nagwa's comments. IF there are any shortcomings in those, let the input come from the appropriate sources. 3. Reg Rep has been reduced to the point where it only described basic functional requirements and an architectural overview of how each fits into the ebXML infrastructure - something which we, as a team, stated we would do back in Orlando. The Reg rep folks don;t seem to have any problems with it. PLease forward your specific misgivings to us ASAP. We need to have this specification out ASAP becuase no other work can be done without it. How can you think of approving other teams' specs when you don't have an architecture to show what functionality they must provide?????? Duane Nickull The nagwa wrote: > > Tim, I hope I didn't misunderstand, but I thought you will be the one > to send the Summary about the TA document today, > > Nagwa > > Tim McGrath wrote: > > > On behalf of our team i sat in on the Steering Committee > > teleconference at 08:00 PDT 20th Sept. > > > > The meeting identified a few possible work items for our team next > > week. (the Glossary and a 'white paper' - see below) > > > > The agenda was: > > > >> 1. PoC - GCI participation (Rik) > >> > > to be taken offline with TRP,PoC, GCI and Klaus > > > >> 2. Revised Specification Approval Process (Mike) > >> > > Mike reported that if the 2 QR cycles PLUS a period for the > > Executive to consider the QR findings were added it would push the > > minimum document approval process beyond 12 weeks (ie between > > plenaries). Klaus commented that the target was never the make the > > process fit the plenary cycle, but to have the quality controls. > > > >> 3. Status Update on Draft Specifications (all PTL) > >> > > BP - will probably not have a document before Tokyo and hope to send > > to QR immediately after Tokyo. > > RegRep - Part 1 (domains) to go for 2nd review cycle before Tokyo. > > Other documents are being restructured and re-named to be > > specification of each RegRep service. > > CoreComp - will have a Methodology and Core Component documents for > > QR in week prior to Tokyo. > > TA - Glossary next week for QR. A copy of the QR team Summary of TA > > Spec document to be sent to Steering Committee. > > TRP - now looking at Security and Reliable Message specifications. > > Rik commented on the value of our input :-} > > TP - are currently working of defining what the Requirements of the > > Team are. > > > > > >> > >> 4. Tokyo Meeting Update/Issues > >> > > No issues > > > >> 5. Other Business > >> > >> Note: In regard to the UDDI and CBO issues the Executive has them > >> scheduled for their conference call on Thursday. Unless there is > >> additional information (to the messages exchanged) the topics are > >> deferred until after the Executive conference call. > >> > > Klaus made the comment there was no one specific action item on UDDI > > - their discussion is based on the emails that have been flowing and > > feedback from the UN/EDIFACT meeting in Taiwan last week. > > > > Finally, > > MAE Team noted that they are developing a 'white paper' which they > > want to fast-track through QR next Monday. this forms part of a > > Press Kit to be relased on OCt 2nd. > > PM Team appear to be planning a start at Tokyo - this was not the > > understanding of the other Teams and will be clarified with the PM > > team. > > > > > > -- > > regards > > tim mcgrath > > TEDIS fremantle western australia 6160 > > phone: +618 93352228 fax: +618 93352142 > >
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