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Subject: Re: ebXML Core Components Submission Version 1.02

your question is more correctly aimed at the ebXML executive - who set the
processes.  the QR team would welcome the opportunity to work with you for an
achievable result at Vienna.

we have flagged a similar issue with them already and await their response.

there is a steering committee meeting on wednesday this week which may see some
disucssion and directions as to what happens next.

James Whittle wrote:

> Tim as I understand the original time line you supplied (see below) we are
> fast falling behind the may deadline. Considering the severity of the
> comments from QRT and the need for decisive action to achieve our goal in
> Vienna what advice can QRT provide?
> Last week in London we had hoped to be able to hold a joint meeting with
> QRT, but to no avail. We now need some additional support/ guidance on
> strategy. Perhaps just the most robust work of the CC team should be
> considered for voting and the others presented as input for the post May
> ebXML work?
> 5 Mar Public Review first round
> 19 Mar editing
> 26 Mar QRT second round
> 2 Apr Public Review second round
> 16 Apr editing
> 23 Apr Final review period
> 7-12 May Vienna Plenary
> Kind regards
> James Whittle
> E Business standards executive
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>                 -----Original Message-----
>                 From:   Tim McGrath [mailto:tmcgrath@tedis.com.au]
>                 Sent:   09 April 2001 03:30
>                 To:     Lisa Shreve
>                 Cc:     James Whittle; 'Gait Boxman'; 'Becker Thomas'; Mike
> Adcock; Sue Probert; 'Blantz Mary Kay'; ebxml-core@lists.ebxml.org;
> ebxml-stc@lists.ebxml.org; Bob Sutor; Bill Smith; Ray Walker; knaujok;
> knaujok; 'ebXML Coordination'
>                 Subject:        Re: ebXML Core Components Submission Version
> 1.02
>                  << File: Ebxml-QR-CC-Review-Apr06.pdf >> << File: BP and CC
> 102 Requirements Traceability Matrix.xls >> The Quality Review team have
> completed their review of this set of
>                 documents from the Core Components project team as submitted
> on March
>                 23rd 2001.
>                 We recommend that none of these documents go forward for
> their second
>                 round of public review.
>                 Our overall opinion is that the majority of this material
> requires
>                 substantial improvement before it may be considered
> acceptable for
>                 further public comment.
>                 Our general assessment of the material that addresses the
> ebXML
>                 requirements is that it is too immature to be considered a
> technical
>                 specification.  Whilst there are many promising ideas and
> concepts
>                 described, the documents do not present these in a
> consistent and
>                 concrete way that would make it possible for their audience
> to use them.
>                 Many of these issues were raised during the first review
> period.  Our
>                 full report (attached) restates some of these with further
> examples.
>                 Specific examples are also included as comments against each
> document.
>                 We also attach a copy of a Traceability Matrix indicating
> how this
>                 material aligns with the current ebXML Requirements
> document.
>                 --
>                 regards
>                 tim mcgrath
>                 TEDIS   fremantle  western australia 6160
>                 phone: +618 93352228  fax: +618 93352142

tim mcgrath
TEDIS   fremantle  western australia 6160
phone: +618 93352228  fax: +618 93352142

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