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Subject: Open Issues for TR&P Discussion in San Jose

As discussed in this morning's TR&P telephone call, I have reviewed the email archives for threads/comments that were opened after the Burlington meeting and still seem open. Beyond an agenda of looking at the specific documents which will go out for public review (and the reliable messaging discussions), this list should be resolved in next week's meeting...

1. Confirm distinction between and definitions of long- and short-lived conversations, their relation to BP models (see FW: Conversations, or BP alignment with TR&P and Architecture, From Bob Haugen <linkage@interaccess.com> on Sun, 2 Jul 2000)

2. Confirm closure on comments to TRP Overview (see Review of comments on the requirements document., From ian.c.jones@bt.com on Thu, 20 Jul 2000)

3. Close discussion on sub-service choreography (see Motivation for sub-service choreography?, From Joe Lapp <jlapp@webMethods.com> on Fri, 21 Jul 2000)

4. Review TR&P terms in the ebXML glossary out for review (see ebXML Glossary available for comments, From Tim McGrath <tmcgrath@tedis.com.au> on Wed, 26 Jul 2000)

5. Get consensus on use of Services in TR&P (see BusinessServiceInterface or ServiceInterface, From Christopher Ferris <chris.ferris@east.sun.com> on Fri, 21 Jul 2000)

6. Resolve version and charset attributes in envelopes and headers (see RE: Version 0.6 of the ebXML packaging spec is now ready forreview/comment, From Dick Brooks <dick@8760.com> on Fri, 28 Jul 2000)

7. Discuss W3C XML Protocol Activity (see Re: FW: Call for Review: XML Protocol Activity Proposal, From Ralph Berwanger <rab7067@earthlink.net> on Mon, 31 Jul 2000)

The good news is that there are not a lot of open issues in the email lists. Maybe the bad news is that there are not a lot of open issues -- and we need more careful scrutiny of our documents, especially against each other for consistency!


"the new kid on the block", Jim

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