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Subject: [ebxml-jc] May 17,2002 OASIS ebXML Meeting Notes

May 17,2002 OASIS ebXML Meeting Notes




Karl Best karl.best@oasis-open.org

Kathryn Breininger kathryn.r.breininger@boeing.com

Jacques Durand JDurand@fs.fujitsu.com

Dale Moberg <dmoberg@cyclonecommerce.com>

Nikola Stojanovic nikola.stojanovic@acm.org

Sally Fugar ebXML-Registry and AIAG.



Colleen Evans cevans@sonicsoftware.com



Jeff Eck jeffery.eck@gxs.ge.com

Brian Hayes brian.hayes@commerceone.com

Ian Jones ian.c.jones@bt.com



The meeting began at 9:11.


Kathryn noted that the agenda was to discuss the architecture day in Barcelona topics, and any other new issues.


Kathryn asked Karl for an overview. Karl noted that he had sent out a logistics announcement about the all day meeting Tuesday May 21. Karl reminded us that Duane Nickull had provided a draft of the eBTWG Architecture. Karl indicated that the agenda of this meeting was open, and had no specific deliverable, such as an architecture document. Dale suggested that determination of what technical dependencies exist between OASIS ebXML and UN/CEFACT specifications would be useful, to see what, if anything, needs to be kept aligned. Dale also asked whether the scope of discussions could include issues of integration with emerging W3C WS specifications. Dale mentioned that his team had wondered whether such integration would conflict with other activities. Dale believes that Karl said that it is up to TCs within their chartered scope to decide on specific technical directions.  Jacques indicated an interest in these topics also. Karl mentioned that OASIS as well as ebXML may have liaisons with the WS Architecture group in W3C. Dale mentioned that BPSS had an interest in integration with WSDL, that may need discussion. Numerous other threads took place that resulted in the decision that participants would bring their lists to the session next Tuesday! Karl also clarified the JCC group’s function and the JC group function. Sally said she would ask her team if they had specific issues for the Barcelona session.


Kathryn asked about other issues.


Nikola asked about procedural modifications that we had discussed with Karl previously. Karl noted that he was preparing suggested revisions incorporating our input, was working with a subteam of the Board, and targeted a submission later this summer, toward the end of July.


Sally asked about the eBTWG and ebXML MOU turf war over “content-related” specifications, and whether this could be eliminated. Karl noted that the MOU only said where teams would go, and left each body sovereign in its own processes. In particular, within OASIS, members are free to form TCs about anything in accordance with OASIS procedures. So it would be impossible for OASIS to prevent TCs from forming about “content-related” TCs or restrict TCs to infrastructure-related topics.


Kathryn asked whether a statement should be issued by OASIS to eBTWG that contained these clarifications. Karl said that he believed these points had already been made previously and for a wide audience, and so no new statement was needed.


The group decided to have a teleconference in 2 weeks reviewing the Barcelona sessions, and possibly electing a new rotating chair. May 29 at 9 AM Pacific Daylight Time was the target time. Meeting adjourned at 9:44.


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Dale Moberg

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