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Subject: DCML Apps/Services Meeting Today - 04/11/2005
We'll be holding our regular meeting today, but I'll only be available for a portion of the meeting. From the last session, Sarah informed me that we're to go over the use cases today, so let's ensure that Sarah is at the meeting to take notes and that we have enough attendance to have quorum and hold a productive meeting. Same timeslot; here’s the dial-in numbers to use:
DIAL-IN NUMBERS & PASSCODES:
PARTICIPANT PASSCODE: 809579
J. Darrel Thomas
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DCML Application/Services TC Meeting - March 28, 2005
Hal Lockhart, BEA Systems
Fred Cummins, EDS
David Basham, Phoenix Business & Systems Process, Inc.
Ajay Gummadi, Individual
Sarah Barbuscia, Global Inventures
The meeting failed to gain quorum possibly attributed to teleconference difficulties. By consensus, the group in attendance chose to continue to discuss action item status, updates from the Framework TC and the use case documents. The Framework TC is currently completing a high-level review of DCML & ITIL-CMDB and is looking at use cases that will illustrate this relationship. The Framework TC currently has a reference document currently in review explaining the role and interactions between DCML & ITIL-CMDB. http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/dcml-frame/document.php?document_id=12003
The group is also addressing OWF/RDF by approaching a narrow target and implementing DCML using both options (OWL/UML).
The Application/Services Use Case document is still in review with some questions arising from the ability to understand how DCML plans to integrate ITIL into some of the use cases. Each participant of the TC will go through the use case document for the purpose of completing a detailed review of the use cases during the next meeting
ACTION ITEM: ALL – Review use case document in preparation for detailed review April 11, 2005.
As a reminder – the Application Services TC will be having a face-to-face session at the Oasis Symposium Wednesday April 27, 2005. To register for the event, please visit http://www.oasis-open.org/events/symposium_2005/registration.php
ACTION ITEM: Sarah to set up a ballot item to determine how many will be able to participate at the face-to-face session
Review of the action items resulted in the following updates:
Status: Currently in process
Status: Still open – after clarification of the action item, David will be following up for closure.