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Subject: Notes from our meeting Aug. 28th

Notes from our meeting (please send any corrections!):


1. Report on ebBP demonstration (Monica)
Monica reported on the demonstration of the ebBP tool (see also notes
and screen shots in ebBP editor items under External Resources:
urces).  The Middle East Technical University in Turkey along with
numerous other European organizations have been working on this ebBP
editing tool. This is a graphical process development tool.  The tool
was demonstrated the 2nd week of August.  It can import process
definitions, incorporate ontological classes, and implement syntactic
constraints.  They are also working  on a CPA tool and configuration
management tool for eHealth care. It was determined that the ebBP is
sufficient to handle complex processes.  A number of profiles are
needed, including an ebBP profile for Registry.  

2. Report on OASIS BIAS call (Pim)
BIAS (Biometric Identity Assurance Services) is an OASIS TC that is
looking at protocols for biometric data elements to ensure that a
particular identity is who they claim to be.  The TC wants to define a
set of assurance services, and is currently working on use cases.

3. TC status updates
Jacques - working on ebMS v3.0.  They have completed a 60 day public
review and are working through the comments. There were a number of
substantial comments, so they plan to go through another public review

Dale - Working on v3.0 as a committee draft.

Pim - Working on a CPA template.

Kathryn - Registry TC is currently working on approving the OWL Profile
document as an approved Committee Draft. Due to vacations, e-mail
problems, etc., not enough ballots were returned for the vote, although
all votes cast were yes votes.  The ballot for committee draft will need
to be re-submitted, and will be discussed at the next Registry TC
telecon this week.

Next meeting is scheduled for September 11th. Please send agenda items
prior to the telecon.


Kathryn Breininger
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Emerging Technologies
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