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Subject: Re: [ebxml-mktg-sc] REF: www.MessageStandards.com has been launched.

David, et al:

Mark subscribes to our Weekly Wire, from where he seems to scrape much of 
his material (without attribution of course), but he did not send me the 
announcement.  I will have to remember to return the favor.

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

At 11:40 AM 6/16/03 -0400, David RR Webber - XML ebusiness wrote:
>I'm underwhelmed here by Marks site.  However, all
>PR is good PR!   However - I would not propose
>at this time that we link to his site from ours,
>particularly as it seems focused on getting
>vendor advertizing.
>Seems like he's got a lot of work to do to
>improve the quality IMHO.
>Anyway - best to make sure our entries pass muster,
>and leave it there for now.
>Thanks, DW.
>-------------Forwarded Message-----------------
>From:   INTERNET:MarkALieberman@aol.com, INTERNET:MarkALieberman@aol.com
>To:     , Gnosis_
>Date:   6/16/2003 10:26 AM
>RE:     www.MessageStandards.com has been launched.
>David Webber:
>www.MessageStandards.com has been launched.
>The first site to bring together vendors, standards organizations, experts
>and users of message standards is now ready to be launched.
>As you know, today's economy depends on clear, accurate and timely
>information.  Organizations around the world are working hard to improve 
>communications in support of these goals.  Two of the key elements 
>required for
>clear, accurate and timely information between transaction partners are 
>standards and message content definitions.
>MessageStandards has been established to provide a single point of reference
>to the industry.  MessageStandards is the one place to find out about the
>standards organizations, the vendors that support these standards and 
>news.  Over time, MessageStandards will expand to include a Request for 
>center and other services related to the message standards industry based on
>your feedback.
>Today, MessageStandards includes a listing of message standards bodies and
>organizations that support message standards and message content.  The 
>standards bodies are listed by industry or by group, if they are not industry
>specific.  You will find very well-known groups such as ISO and ANSI as 
>well as
>less well-known groups such as RULEML, Liberty and NISO.
>There are well over 250 standards organizations already listed on <A 
>In addition, there is a Vendor Directory with 600 vendors listed as of
>today.  The Vendor Directory is organized by industry, and within each 
>industry the
>vendors are categorized by line of business (e.g., applications, service,
>training, etc.)  The vendor listing also indicates which message standards 
>support.  Vendors that are not already listed in the Directory are welcome to
>get listed and to promote their products.
>A MessageStandards newsletter will be available within the next few months.
>The Messenger will contain important news as to standards bodies and vendors,
>as well as commentary and articles from message standards experts such as
>yourself.   These experts will form a Message Standards Fellowship and 
>their thoughts, opinions, advice and recommendations in The Messenger.
>I would like you to consider becoming a member of the Message Standards
>Fellowship.  Experts like yourself will be published in The Messenger and 
>on the
>web site.  If you are interested in joining the Message Standards Fellowship
>please let me know.  If you cannot join the Fellowship perhaps you can 
>someone else equally committed to the establishment of effective message
>standards.  In any event, please let me know what you think of the web site.
>Please visit <A 
>HREF="www.MessageStandards.com">www.MessageStandards.com</A> and register 
>for The Messenger
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