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Re: [ebxml-dev] Freely available patents from IBM - but what about ebXML CPPA?

(Yes, I am still lurking here.)

If Bob Sutor is still involved with OASIS, I would think that the best way 
is for someone to make a direct approach to him.

In addition, since I learned here, and Chris Ferris confirmed, that IBM 
WebSphere is now shipping CPPA, they ought to have some interest in getting 
IBM's ebXML story straight.


At 10:07 AM 7/15/2007, opensource@toolsmiths.se wrote:
>Yep, I think I remember the patent developments re the CPPA.
>What I was and still is curious about is how most of the specifications 
>relating to Web Services and OASIS standardisation are mentioned but the 
>ebXML one is missing. This list of theirs is circulating the globe right 
>now and it would have been nice and beneficial to all in the ebXML 
>community if the CPPA would have be mentioned. Maybe they can include it 
>in the next release?!
>Anders W. Tell /
>/  <http://knowledge-bct.workem.org/blog/> /
>>I suspect because that TP XML patent was already covered by the agreement 
>>with OASIS and CEFACT in 1999?
>>"The way to be is to do" - Confucius (551-472 B.C.)
>>-------- Original Message --------
>>Subject: [ebxml-dev] Freely available patents from IBM - but what about
>>From: "opensource@toolsmiths.se" <opensource@toolsmiths.se>
>>Date: Thu, July 12, 2007 2:25 am
>>To: ebxml-dev@lists.ebxml.org
>>In an interesting and welcome pressrelease 
>>releases a large number of specifications 
>><http://www-03.ibm.com/linux/opensource/isplist.shtml>from patent 
>>inhibitation. But what about the patents behind the ebXML CPPA 
>>specification? Are they still there and if so the questions becomes, why 
>>arent the CPPA spec in the list? Afterall Bob Sutor should have some 
>>knowledge of ebXML.
>>Best Regards
>>/ Anders W. Tell /
>>/ <http://knowledge-bct.workem.org/blog/> /
>>/ Toolsmiths /
>>/ <anderst@toolsmiths.se> /
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