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Subject: Re: Your article was great....why not post pointers on EDI-L andXMLEDI group?


Thank you for the kind words. I had the good fortune to practice 
paper-and-pencil journalism in a previous life and thoroughly enjoy the 
opportunity to ply the trade again.  Thanks also for the suggestions about 
posting on the lists.

I had heard about the RosettaNet intention to use the ebXML messaging 
specs, but could not confirm it with two independent sources  before my 
Sunday night deadline.  RosettaNet has apparently not made a public 
announcement on the subject and I did not want to engage in speculation 
(another old journalism practice that seems to have gone out of favor).

Saying you are oblivious to politics is like saying Einstein was oblivious 
to physics (trust me, I live inside the Beltway).  Best regards.

Alan Kotok
Director, Education and Information Resources
Data Interchange Standards Association
+1 703-518-4174

At 10:58 PM 8/17/00 -0400, William J. Kammerer wrote:
>Your article "ebXML: Assembling the Rubik's Cube" at
>http://www.xml.com/pub/2000/08/16/ebxml/index.html was great....why not
>post pointers on EDI-L and XMLEDI group?
>I liked your succinct explanations of core components and business
>process choreographies.  You are truly a genius at explaining concepts
>with a minimum of fuss -   I'm glad we have you on the Awareness team!
>And your Rodney King quote - "Can't we all just get along?" - is
>brilliant.  Of course, being oblivious as I am to politics, I would have
>missed the Core Components-Business Process brouhaha without your story!
>Was it purposeful to omit any mention of RosettaNet's supposed intention
>to adopt ebXML's messaging framework? Apparently, the RNIF 2.0 will be
>the last implementation framework for RosettaNet, after which they will
>use ebXML TR&P.  Did I hear this right at the EConcert meeting in
>Chicago, and subsequently at ebXML in San Jose?
>Thanks again for your terrific work.
>/S, a fan...
>William J. Kammerer
>4950 Blazer Memorial Pkwy.
>Dublin, OH USA 43017-3305
>+1 614 791-1600
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