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Subject: RE: Commentson" ebXML specification for the application of XML b ased assembly and contextrules" ver. 1.01

James and Others,

It would seem to me that comments received outside a formal comment period
should not be ignored, discouraged, or put down, especially when the
docuemnt still has more hoops to jump through before it is approved.  In
such cases, the comments are not 'late' for the last iteration, rather they
are 'early' for the next iteration.  What's more, 'early' comments may offer
the possibility of early response, thereby avoiding more iterations (or even

In your first paragraph, you make i reasonably clear that you will not pay
attention to the comments.  That is, they will become 'null and void' as
they address a previous version (who cares that the same comments apply to
the new version, since the comments were ignored).

In the second paragraph, you stress that 'we appreciate the efforts these
comments represent'.  Looks to me from the comments in paragraph 1 that
these comments are explicitly not appreciated!


-----Original Message-----
From: James Whittle [mailto:james.whittle@e-centre.org.uk]
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2001 1:29 AM
To: 'Petit, John'; 'ebxml-core@lists.ebxml.org'
Subject: RE: Comments on" ebXML specification for the application of XML
b ased assembly and context rules" ver. 1.01

John and others, I would like to point out that the comment period for these
documents has ended. As the documents are being reviewed by QRT they are
effectively frozen and as a result of QRT's recommendations they may change
significantly. In which case comments made outside the comment period will
become null and void as they will be addressing a previous version.
As focal point of the CC editing team I must stress that while we appreciate
the efforts these comments represent we must also ask for at least some
respect for the review processes which are clearly documented at
www.ebxml.org <http://www.ebxml.org> . 
Kind regards

James Whittle

E Business standards executive

Tel. No. 44 (0)20 7655 9022

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-----Original Message-----
From: Petit, John [mailto:jpetit@kpmg.com]
Sent: 30 March 2001 04:42
To: 'ebxml-core@lists.ebxml.org'
Subject: Comments on" ebXML specification for the application of XML based
assembly and context rules" ver. 1.01

Lines 578 - 580: It is not defined how these two processors working with
different syntax mappings could figure out in the first place that these two
schemas had anything to do with each other. What is the discovery process?
Lines 581 - 583: Since this assembled document is apparently a transitory
one (not persisted), then how will this "map" be generated? Is this an
automated process? If so, it should be spelled out more clearly in the spec.
Cheers, John Petit 
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