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Subject: Re: [ebxml-mktg-sc] ebXML JMT Steering Committee Minutes: 27 Nov 2002

TO: ebXML JMT list

To elaborate on the potential of Hong Kong University's hosting the Asia 
user meeting, its Center for E-Commerce Infrastructure Development (CECID) 
has been a hotbed of ebXML activity, and it has hosted a few sessions on 
this topic over the past year.  This week, in fact, it hosts the 7th ebXML 
Asia meeting.  See http://www.cecid.hku.hk/Events-past.htm for the list of 
recent events.  CECID may well have an event scheduled in 2003 that can 
provide a venue for the user meeting.

If and when appropriate, I have contacts at CECID (subscribers to our 
Weekly Wire newsletter) to whom I can send queries.  Best regards.

Alan Kotok
Editor, < E-Business*Standards*Today />
Data Interchange Standards Association
+1 703-518-4174

At 03:13 PM 11/27/02 -0500, Carol Geyer wrote:
>ebXML JMT Steering Committee Minutes
>27 Nov 2002
>Teleconference host:
>XML Global
>David, Carol, Alan, Monica
>Team decided to hold a F2F Steering Committee meeting in Baltimore at
>XML 2002 on Wednesday, 11 Dec, at 5:00 pm in the OASIS booth.
>Alan and Carol are scheduled to meet with Edd Dumbill, XML Europe 2003
>conference chair, and IDEAlliance staff to discuss running a 2-day ebXML
>track in London in May.  Team discussed also doing events in North
>America and Asia. Alan suggested we contact Hong Kong University which
>has several pilot projects. David suggested Tradegate in Australia and
>NTT in Japan. IDEAlliance may have a Sydney conference that would work.
>KIEC may be another option.
>Monica sent out templates for events, white papers, and summary. She
>will add OASIS disclaimer, and distribute next week.
>David is still working on standard ebXML presentations; they should be
>ready for review next week.
>Monica is starting on the next release of the ebXML Adoption Update.
>David suggested providing more analyst-friendly materials, such as
>charts, stats, matrixes. Monica reported feedback from other
>implementers wanting to be on the list, e.g., NIST has a Registry
>project for integrating medical guideline information.
>Action item:
>All SC members who are able to attend the F2F meeting in Baltimore
>should RSVP to Carol.
>Carol Geyer
>Director of Communications
>Voice: +1 978.667.5115 x209

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