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Subject: RE: Conference Call


David,

Could you please e-mail the entire document that we all worked on late on 
Thursday.

Thanks,
Nick

At 10:53 PM 2/7/00 -0800, David Burdett wrote:
>Rik
>
>Can I suggest that on the conference call on Wednesday we resolve some of
>the differences between the "next steps" that you presented in your
>end-of-conference presentation that you gave on the Friday morning and the
>list of activities that as a group we developed the previous Thursday
>evening when you were attending the steering committee meeting.
>
> From your presentation you suggested the following:
>o Produce: a STRAW-HORSE paper:
>         - API example
>         - Reliable Messaging
>         - Message
>                 . Structure
>                 . Headers (bqm, e5, xml messaging, other)
>                 . Security
>         - Protocol/Choreograph
>o       Implementation on Network Transports. Several documents e.g. for
>SMTP, HTTP, Corba, etc
>
>Whereas in the meeting the previous evening we developed the following list:
>0.      Incorporate final changes identified in Requirements and Definitions
>documents to produce V 1.0 draft of the Requirements and Definitions for
>"public" consumption
>1.      Identify other standards/protocols that we need to analyze
>
>2.      Analyze the standards/protocols to produce a document that
>identifies gaps and overlaps in the definition of their message structures
>and content. Process:
>2.      Analyze the standards/protocols to produce a document that
>identifies gaps and overlaps in the definition of their message structures
>and content. Process:
>          build initial list of data that needs to be in the message header
>and other parts of the message, based on one protocol (to be selected)
>          individuals with good knowledge of each protocol under review
>annotates initial list with gaps and overlaps
>          annotated lists consolidated into a single document/list
>3.      Based on the consolidated list/document from 2, define a
>syntax-neutral definition  of the data that needs to be in a Message Header
>and other parts of the message that can be mapped to the protocols analyzed
>in step 2
>4.      Define template sequences for the exchange of messages that can be
>used specific business protocols, for example: request, acknowledge, checked
>ok, full response
>5.      Liase with other ebXML groups, especially Repository, Core
>Components and Architecture to ensure consistency and that their
>requirements are met
>
>I think it important that we come up with as soon as possible:
>o an agreed set of deliverables,
>o a development process to follow that leads to their completion, and
>cirtically
>o named individuals to carry out the required activities
>
>Regards
>
>David
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Rik Drummond [mailto:drummond@onramp.net]
>Sent: Monday, February 07, 2000 10:09 AM
>To: Ebxml Transport
>Subject: Conference Call
>
>
>I don't think anyone could host the call this week, so I will.
>
>Date:           Wednesday, 9-Feb-00
>Time:           11:00am est
>Name of call:   ebxml
>Reservation number: 14386766
>host:           rik drummond
>access code:    5622719
>dial in number:         303.248.1416 in the USA
>
>
>
>
>
>////////////////////////
>Rik Drummond           /
>CEO Drummond Group     /
>v: 817.294.7339        /
>f: 817,294.795         /
>www.drummondgroup.com  /
>////////////////////////




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