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Subject: Re: [bdxr] Agenda for Atlantic BDXR TC call 04 December 2019 16:00UTC

Hi all,

I already had a look on the questions raised by Kenneth on SMP2 CS01, find below my comments:

-   Sections 2.1.3 and 4.3.4: Is Endpoint vs. Redirect conditional per request or per ProcessMetadata?

This is probably a left over from SMP 1.0 where the redirect was on a higher level. Seems a minor issue to me as section 4.3.4 is explicit on that the condition described in section 2.1.3 applies only on the process level within the response and not to the response in general. But as we probably need to make some edits anyway I believe it would be good to also clarify this in section 2.1.3 by replacing "in the same responseâ with âfor the same processâ.

REST URIs in 5.4 should be [{identifier scheme}::]{participant id} to be consistent with 3.6.3.

I had a look on the old JIRA issues and meeting minutes, but couldnât quickly find the motivation for the current formatting as specified in section 3.6.3. It seems to make sense that in case no scheme is used to also leave out the â::â part. As SMP 1.0 however does not make any statement on this it should be assumed that the â::â should be included. Treating this differently makes it more difficult to create a generic implementation that can handle identifiers based on both versions of the spec. We could therefore also change section 3.6.3 (and to be consistent also 5.4) to [{identifier scheme}]::{participant id} ?

I personally have a slight preference for changing the format to [{identifier scheme}]::{participant id} because of the Interoperability with SMP 1.0, but wonât object to keep the current format either. If we need some more discussion on this issue we maybe should consider creating a JIRA issue for it?

-   Section canonicalization identifier should be http://www.w3.org/2006/12/xml-c14n11

Yes, this seems to be an editorial issue where the specification is referenced instead of the algorithm itself. So I agree this should be corrected.


Sander Fieten, MSc

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On 4 Dec 2019, at 03:19, Kenneth Bengtsson <kbengtsson@efact.pe> wrote:


Atlantic: 11:00MSP/11:00Lima/12:00Ottawa/16:00UTC/17:00Europe


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Review of Pacific call minutes


Review of Atlantic call minutes


Membership status review

Voting status is determined by the following:
existing voting members must not miss two consecutive meetings to maintain voting status
non-voting members must attend two consecutive meetings to obtain voting status
members formally on leave by prior request must not attend and their voting status is not impacted
Current BDXR TC voting member list (alphabetical):
-   Todd Albers
-   Kenneth Bengtsson
-   Erlend Klakegg Bergheim
-   Ger Clancy
-   Ken Holman

SMP 2.0

Issues found:
-   Sections 2.1.3 and 4.3.4: Is Endpoint vs. Redirect conditional per request or per ProcessMetadata?
-   REST URIs in 5.4 should be [{identifier scheme}::]{participant id} to be consistent with 3.6.3.
-   Section canonicalization identifier should be http://www.w3.org/2006/12/xml-c14n11
If we open up the specification again, we can review some of Philipâs earlier comments as well.
Status of Statements of Use:
-   Difi (OpenPEPPOL?)
-   IBM
-   Philip Helger
-   Sander Fieten
-   Business Payments Coalition
-   Efact



Candidates for Statements of Use

OASIS Statement of Use and UN/CEFACT Proof of Concept candidates:
-   Philip Helger
-   IBM
-   Efact
-   Business Payment Coalition?


There is a broad interest in this work product. Work on the specification will begin in January, with the decision of different bindings as the principal discussion to be had.



Face-to-face meeting

Suggestion to co-locate face-to-face meeting with the UBL meeting tentatively scheduled for May 2020, either Napa Valley or Minneapolis.

Call schedule

-   Pacific: 20:00MSP/21:00Lima/21:00Ottawa/02:00UTC/13:00Sydney
-   Atlantic: 10:00MSP/11:00Lima/11:00Ottawa/16:00UTC/17:00Europe
-   Pacific: 20:00MSP/21:00Lima/21:00Ottawa/02:00UTC/13:00Sydney
-   Atlantic: 10:00MSP/11:00Lima/11:00Ottawa/16:00UTC/17:00Europe
-   Conference calls cancelled this week


As comes forward

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