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Subject: Fwd: Re: [emergency-adopt-docs] Groups - Example Practices: CAP Feeds uploaded

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Subject: Re: [emergency-adopt-docs] Groups - Example Practices: CAP Feeds uploaded
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2013 17:04:32 -0700
From: Anthony Mancuso <amancuso@google.com>
To: Christian, Eliot <echristi@usgs.gov>
CC: Rex Brooks <rex.brooks@ncoic.org>, Jacob Westfall <jake@jpw.biz>, Cammy O <camilleal@yahoo.com>, "art.botterell@west.cmu.edu" <art.botterell@west.cmu.edu>, Eliot Christian <echristian@usgs.gov>

Hi all,

Attached are the latest version of both the CAP Feed and CAP Elements Example Practices docs. We are hoping for closure on both at the next Collateral & Documentation SC meeting, Tuesday, April 2nd. Thanks for all the good feedback.

There are a few outstanding comments, which some may wish to respond to.


I'm also posting these to the OASIS Collateral and Documentation Drafts folder.

On Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 2:43 AM, Christian, Eliot <echristi@usgs.gov> wrote:
Hi Rex,

Here attached are some comments on the Elements document. In this my comments and suggested edits are in Track Changes made after first accepting all prior changes to the document.

In light of the extensive revisions to the Feeds document proposed by Jake, I think I had best to wait on commenting on that one until you have a new version. As you might expect from my previous input, I disagree with some of the points Jake makes but I agree with the others.


On Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 10:59 AM, Rex Brooks <rex.brooks@ncoic.org> wrote:
Hi Everyone,

I had been holding off on asking for feedback from Art Botterell and Eliot Christian and the EM TC until we pushed these two Committee Note Drafts up to the EM Adoption TC level from the Collateral and Documents SC, but it looks to me now that it would be wiser to get their feedback now rather than later because it is now fairly clear that even if we pushed it up to the TC, it would get sent back to us.

So Art, Eliot, please give us the benefit of your thoughts in regard to these two documents. Please keep them separate, so we can push whichever gets ready to advancement first up to the TC level.

Note: the advice/guidance/resolution of the value <unknown> for Urgency, Severity and Certainty is being worked in the RIM SC of the EM TC. It was hoped that the language for advising the implementer-users about what <unknown> means and doesn't mean would be finalized in time for inclusion in these work products by the time that the TC is ready for a public review. That is still the goal, though now we will want to shoot for the time that the first of these two documents is ready to be pushed up to the TC level. However, since the RIM SC will be adding discussion of some issues coming out the EDXL-Tracking Emergency Patients v1.0 effort, it seems wiser to just proceed by the seat of our collective pants rather than chase milestone dates.

Example Practices: CAP Feeds:

Example Practices: CAP Elements


On 3/6/2013 7:09 AM, Jacob Westfall wrote:
question: Were you planning to send comments on the companion doc: "Example
Feeds: CAP Elements? We were about to move these docs to the TC level, so I
want to gather any new comments as soon as possible.
No I haven't reviewed it yet.  So both are being advanced at the same time?  I had suggested in the past that the Feeds document should go out first, since the Elements doc is the more controversial one and where there is likely to be more disagreement on what is and is not best practice.  Better to get started with the easier doc versus the more contentious one.  I'll try and get some time to go over in detail.

Rex Brooks
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Berkeley, CA 94702
Phone: 510-898-0670

Attachment: cap-elements--v1.0-wd04.doc
Description: MS-Word document

Attachment: cap-feed-v1.0-wd14.doc
Description: MS-Word document

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