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Subject: RE: ebXML PoC conference call agenda -- 03/29

POCers - I think we'll find that Iwasa (from Fujitsu) is correct when we
look at the marketplace and see that customers will want a choice, so let's
allow vendors to decide which to show between them.

-----Original Message-----
From: iwasa [mailto:iwasa@fsc.fujitsu.com]
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 10:10 PM
To: Askary, Sid; ebxml-poc@lists.ebxml.org
Cc: jacques durand; SHIMAMURA Masayoshi
Subject: Re: ebXML PoC conference call agenda -- 03/29


Here is my comments/proposal for security demo.

    It seems to have consensus to use DSIG at Vienna.

    There may be some vendors to prefer to use S/MIME
    rather than PGP/MIME at the last conference.
    However, I believe some vendors including Fujitsu want to
    use PGP/MIME also.
      So my proposal is to let vendor decide which technology
    they use. And we can show demo between vendors having
    same security technology. Does it make sense?


PS. Thanks for this agenda, Sid.
   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: "Askary, Sid" <saskary@netfish.com>
To: <ebxml-poc@lists.ebxml.org>
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 12:22 PM
Subject: RE: ebXML PoC conference call agenda -- 03/29

> I was waiting for email from the participants, but my email went dead over
> the weekend.  My apologies.  Here is a summery of the call.
> The proposed agenda is as follows:
> 1. overview of agenda -- any additional topics? (2 minutes)
> Done.
> 2. London demo report (3 minutes)
> Sid Gave a report.  Very successful demo.  Some last minute bugs, but
> overall "Thumbs up".
> ================================
> 3. NYC demo update (5 minutes)
> Contivo will be an additional participant.  BEA is a maybe.  Infoteria is
> out.  I need to update our website.  Also, a press release will be going
> soon.
> ================================
> 4. update from Sig on proposal v0.55 and discussion (10 minutes)
> Moving along.  Roles will be put together this week before NY.  Need to
> UDDI integration as part of scenario.
> ================================
> 5. status of BP/CC participation in Vienna PoC (5 minutes)
> Sig to get tools (possibly from Schemantix) for getting the cc into the
> registry.
> Also, David Welsh to coordinate with BP for helping figure how they would
> participate.
> ================================
> 6. Dimitri Cherkassky (Commerce One) on Covisint participation (5 minutes)
> Protocol conversion is possible, but the selection has not been made yet.
> ================================
> 7. Shimamura-san's and Iwasa-san's (Fujitsu) proposals (03/27 e-mail) on
> spec versions and what to do w.r.t. security (10 minutes)
> Savion spoke for Fujitsu.  Security will be based at a minimum with DSIG.
> An official request was made to IBM for release of code-base to POC
> for response).  Looking for a donor CA (Mike Joya has offered one - let's
> get it going Mike! - thanks.)
> ================================
> 8. logistics: meeting schedule (need face-to-face? when?, etc.), deadline
> for participation, etc. (10 minutes)
> F2F April 17 at Netfish/IONA HQ in Santa Clara.  Apr 30, May 1st at GE in
> Maryland.
> Details to follow.
> ================================
> 9.  Mike LANE (SP?) from NIST was wondering about additional proposals for
> REG/REP.  There are NO NEW PROPOSALS being added to the demo scenario.  We
> are, however looking for the following.
> 1)  A donation of reg/rep client. (i.e. SUN)
> 2)  A donation of TRP implementation. (i.e. bTrade.com)
> 3)  A donation of XMLDSIG  (i.e. IBM)
> 3)  A donation of CA  (i.e. XMLGLOBAL)
> By donation I mean those that are willing to partner with others openly to
> help them with their implementation.
> ================================
> So far I have the following Companies/organizations for Vienna:
> Fujitsu, Data Access Technologies, Schemantix, Killdara, Contivo,
> Netfish/IONA
> Sybase, Commerce One with Covisint, Samsung SDS, NTT Communications, NTT
> Data, IBM, GE Global Exchange Services, BEA Systems, webMethods, Viquity,
> HL7, AIAG.
> Thanks,
> Sid.
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