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Subject: Re: POC Conf. Call - 1/11/01 @ 9 a.m. PST

Just question.

Was it decided not to have POC demonstration in Vancouver
formally? Or is it just proposal? Just wanna make sure it was
already decided or not.

I guess it was decided to have more time to prepare at Vancouver
for the demonstration at 'Geneva'.

   Kazunori IWASA
   Industry Relations, Fujitsu Software Corporation
   3055 Orchard Drive, San Jose, CA 95134-2022
   TEL: +1(408)456-7983  FAX: +1(408)456-7979
   e-mail: iwasa@fs.fujitsu.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Nicholas Kassem" <Nick.Kassem@eng.sun.com>
To: "ebXML POC" <ebxml-poc@lists.ebxml.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2001 1:09 PM
Subject: POC Conf. Call - 1/11/01 @ 9 a.m. PST

> Dear POCers,
> I have included the agenda for tomorrow's meeting at the end of this
> and the call details are also included. For the benefit of some of the
> newer participants in the POC I thought I should clarify our original
> mission in this WG. I am not in the least bit opposed to changing the
> mission but I think *this* WG should at least have a chance to discuss and
> agree on any potential changes.
> The goal of the POC from the outset has been to focus on the ebXML
> specifications and to identify the most stable portions of the
> specifications as candidates for implementations within a POC context. Any
> such implementations would need to be cast into a framework that would be
> relevant to the broader community. I think we have come a long way since
> Brussels and it's important that we stay in sync and collectively agree to
> the direction we are heading. There is a great deal of work ahead of us
> we need to be clear about the criteria we plan to use for declaring
> victory. So in a nut shell and as far as I'm concerned (and others may
> disagree), the POC is all about the ebXML specifications. We owe it to the
> relevant WGs to provide concrete and formal feedback. This feedback is key
> to getting the specs to a point where they can be broadly implemented.
> Having said all of this, I'm supportive of what Sid and Mark H. have been
> doing with respect to Vancouver and Geneva/?? planning. Using Vancouver as
> a stepping stone for Geneva/?? and beyond is a sound move and will allow
> the POC WG to thoroughly digest the specs.
> - The f2f meeting scheduled for the end of January in the Bay Area has now
> been folded into the Vancouver meeting
> - There will not be a POC demonstration in Vancouver; subsequently, the
> proposals submitted will be formally and collectively reviewed in
> - There will be a POC working group meeting during Vancouver for members
> work on systems tests and for members to work with the other ebXML working
> groups (TR&P, RR, TP, BP/CC) to solidify the specifications
> - There will be separate planning meetings in Vancouver to discuss
> events beyond Vancouver
> Regards,
> Nick
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> Agenda (1/11/01 @ 9 a.m. PST)
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> 1) POC administrative issues (Nick/Sid)
> 2) Vancouver WG meetings (Mark)
> 3) Specification status (All)
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