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Subject: Re: [courtfiling-doc] Breaking Court Document out of Court Filing


I strongly support the proposal to establish a separate TC to continue the development of an XML Court Document standard.  I think that will be of great benefit to both standards. Of course, the two committees can maintain a close, cooperative and "special" relationship. thanks,


"Diane.Lewis@usdoj.gov" wrote:

> thanks Roger for quick response,
> i would suggest that the Court Filing stakeholders who have an interest in XML court document standard consider joining a separate Court Document TC ....
> i have not seen demonstrated at the Court Filing meetings the "close identification" between the two at the meetings i have attended.....  the last set of meeting notes to my mind indicate the opposite... that the court filing envelope /transmission capability takes any BLOB... not exclusively a document that authored/created based on XML technologies/standards.
> i would welcome a list of reasons from you and/or other ECF stakeholders as to why the document/filing components should remain in tandum....
> diane
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roger.Winters@METROKC.GOV [mailto:Roger.Winters@METROKC.GOV]
> Sent: Monday, May 05, 2003 11:40 AM
> To: courtfiling-doc@lists.oasis-open.org
> Subject: RE: [courtfiling-doc] Breaking Court Document out of Court
> Filing
> Importance: Low
> Diane,
> I will, of course, represent the ECF TC to the Steering Committee by
> conveying its requests, recommendations, etc., there. There are, by the way,
> specific OASIS procedures relating to the formation of Technical Committees,
> etc. Whatever decisions are reached would be implemented within those
> procedures.
> Now, writing as an individual member of the ECF TC, I think this is the
> first time I've heard a proposal to move the Court Document committee toward
> being its own TC. I would think that Court Document needs to become more
> closely identified with Court Filing, where many of its stakeholders are
> involved.
> Roger Winters
> Electronic Court Records Manager
> King County
> Department of Judicial Administration
> 516 Third Avenue, E-609 MS: KCC-JA-0609
> Seattle, Washington 98104
> V: (206) 296-7838 F: (206) 296-0906
> roger.winters@metrokc.gov
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Diane.Lewis@usdoj.gov [mailto:Diane.Lewis@usdoj.gov]
> Sent: Monday, May 05, 2003 8:08 AM
> To: courtfiling-doc@lists.oasis-open.org
> Subject: [courtfiling-doc] Breaking Court Document out of Court Filing
> Roger,
>  i am addressing this message through the court document filing SC...instead
> of directly to you.... so others can provide their thoughts.
> I would like to request that you along with elected members to the LegalXML
> member Section board... consider a realignment of Court Document ... instead
> of being designated as a subcommittee under Court Filing.  I propose that
> the community consider it a separate TC....   the charter for the
> subcommittee can be rewritten to justify the need to place a definite
> boundary between court filing and court document.
> i look forward to learning your detailed views on this proposal as well as
> learning the views of other court document SC members.
> thanks for considering this idea.... diane

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