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Subject: RE: pls see XML and Protocols discussion

what we need it for those companies that are w3c members and ebxml
participants to get with the right people at w3c and see what we can do
together..... i thought that microsoft, ibm, sun and commerceone were going
to do that. Has anything happened?

best regards, rik

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-ebxml-transport@lists.oasis-open.org
[mailto:owner-ebxml-transport@lists.oasis-open.org]On Behalf Of David
Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2000 7:46 PM
To: ebXML Transport (E-mail)
Subject: pls see XML and Protocols discussion


This email gives (and associated links) gives an idea of what the W3C is
thinking in the "messaging" area. Perhaps we should think how this relates
to our work


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dan Connolly [mailto:connolly@w3.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2000 6:51 AM
> To: w3c-xml-plenary@w3.org
> Subject: pls see XML and Protocols discussion
> There is a lot of stuff going on with XML, protocols, and distributed
> applications. You may recall from the XML Phase III activity
> proposal last August:
>      "XML for Network Protocols and Distributed Applications
>      We are in the early stages of planning a W3C
>      Workshop on the use of XML in network protocols
>      and distributed applications development. The
>      October 1998 Information and Content Exchange
>      (ICE) Protocol submission, among others, uses
>      XML for inter-application messaging. The June
>      1999 submission of WAP Binary XML Content
>      Format demonstrates the increasing interest in
>      using XML in bandwidth-sensitive situations such
>      as wireless communications protocols. XML is
>      also used in IETF protocol and data format work:
>      the WEBDAV specification and Internet Open
>      Trading Protocol (IOTP) are based on XML, and a
>      number of other working groups are considering a
>      transition to XML. Community and industry efforts
>      such as XML-RPC and WDDX demonstrate XML
>      as a building block for distributed applications.
>      Persons interested in attending, presenting, and/or
>      serving on a program committee of a workshop on
>      this topic [...] . "
> 	-- http://www.w3.org/1999/05/xml5436.html#xml-prot-ws-idea
> Since then, the workshop idea hasn't reached critical mass, but
> we continue to see increasing interest from the membership, so
> we are instead using a public mailing list
> 	http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/xml-dist-app/
> and three events
> 	- BOF at XTech 2000, Feb 2000 in San Jose, CA
> 	- BOF the 47th IETF, Mar 1999 in Adelaide
> 	- Session at WWW9, May 1999 in Amsterdam
> to get input on what W3C's role should be in development
> of relevant technologies.
> If you're interested, please join the discussion and let your
> position be known.
> --
> Dan Connolly, W3C http://www.w3.org/People/Connolly/
> office phone (thru approx. Mar 2000) tel:+1-512-310-2971
> pager (put return tel# in From or Subject field)
> mailto:connolly.pager@w3.org

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