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Subject: OASIS 4/14/2006: Submission to Mike Rawlins - ebXML Update

Carol, Mary, Jamie,
We need to know if we provide this informational overview to Mike 
Rawlins, if there are any OASIS requirements surrounding it. The 
ebxml-jc doesn't have normative ranking as a group, so anything is 
non-normative in nature.[1] The same question would hold true for other 
ebXML TCs, where the circumstances may be perceived differently.

Please let us know as the deadline is next week. Thanks.

Draft located at:



/Subject/: *[ebxml-jc] Call for Participation - ebXML 5 Years Later*

    * /From/: *Monica J Martin <Monica.Martin@Sun.COM>*
    * /To/: Mary McRae <mary.mcrae@oasis-open.org>, James Bryce Clark
    * /Date/: Mon, 03 Apr 2006 14:57:05 -0700

We recently received this request and thought it was a good idea to 
summarize our white paper so that the material could be used publicly 
for Rawlins. I have a draft summary already produced [1]. Are there any 
gates to provide this public summary to Rawlins (other than allowing 
ourselves some scrutiny given past experience)? Any feedback this week 
would be greatly appreciated as submissions are requested by 15 April. 

Note: There is no formatting yet such as logos, etc.

-----Original Message-----
From: ebxml-dev-return-1218-monica.martin=sun.com@lists.ebxml.org
[mailto:ebxml-dev-return-1218-monica.martin=sun.com@lists.ebxml.org] On
Behalf Of Mike Rawlins
Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 3:39 PM
To: ebxml-dev
Subject: [ebxml-dev] Call for Participation - ebXML 5 Years Later

As a follow on to my series ebXML - A Critical Analysis, published in
2001 and 2002, I am planning an update of ebXML at 5 years.  This time,
rather than limiting the analysis to my own perspective I would like to
offer a forum to other voices.  Submissions should be approximately
1,000 words in length and will be accepted in text, HTML, DocBook, or MS
Word.  Submission deadline is COB April 15, 2006.

The ideal submission will deal with one particular aspect of the ebXML
technical infrastructure, such as messaging, registry, core components,
etc.  Such submissions should deal with the current state of the
relevant technical specifications and address adoption of the
specifications.  General interest topics, such as case studies or market
research about adoption rates, will also be given consideration.  
Authors should also include a brief (50 word) biography outlining their
involvement in ebXML efforts.

Authors may retain all copyrights but must grant Rawlins EC Consulting
the rights to post the edited submission for an unlimited time on our
web site.

Please send submissions to mcr2 AT rawlinsecconsulting DOT com.
Michael C. Rawlins, Rawlins EC Consulting www.rawlinsecconsulting.com

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