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Subject: RE: [camp] PDP subcommittee and next meeting

Alex et al,

I will probably not be able to make this Wednesday's TC call so I was thinking of cancelling and handing over the time slot to a pdp call - this would not be a formal call to maintain voting rights etc.



>-----Original Message-----
>From: Alex Heneveld [mailto:alex.heneveld@cloudsoftcorp.com]
>Sent: 13 May 2013 18:17
>To: camp@lists.oasis-open.org
>Subject: [camp] PDP subcommittee and next meeting
>Hi folks-
>Thanks to all who joined the call just now.  Productive.  My notes and thoughts
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>(Not intended as a transcript of the call, but my sense and my thoughts.  Please
>feel free to amend by email.)
>DP component specs --
>      typically become components, and often the platform will supply more
>     but the platform MAY NOT reflect a component in the DP spec with a
>component in the platform
>     (e.g. in a paas which e.g. uses a WAR as an input but doesn't model them as
>top-level ACT's)
>There are valid reasons why people would want to represent a Platform
>Component in the DP (e.g. providing a concrete topology, asking for a server,
>asking for a git repo); but in general leaving it abstract, giving App
>Components (artifacts) and requirements, is likely to be more portable /
>Requirements as explicit types (Alex's (1b) ) tentatively seems clearer now, vs
>(1a) in Alex's note from Gil.
>Requirements expressed in such a way provide abstraction independent of the
>component nodes -- more flexible than just components, and more formal and
>dependable than mixins (1c).
>Traits as requirements (Alex's (2a) ) as a peer to "relationship"
>requirements seems a reasonable
>approach but need more time to process.  The line between a "provider /
>supertype" requirement on a component and the "relationship" is blurry -- e.g.
>in case of a git repo, it might be part of a component (e.g. OpenShift) or it
>might be a separate component.
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