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Subject: Agenda: 4/6 Call

1. CAP Spec: now that CAP has passed the voting at OASIS and the 
results of that voting has been posted 
(http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/members/200404/msg00000.html), we 
now need to make some final decisions about what edits to make on the 
document itself. As Art pointed out in his email 
we have the opportunity to "prepare the final version for publication" 
as stated in the TC Guidelines 
(http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/guidelines.php#spectostand). It 
also states that these changes can not be changes to the normative 
statements in the document. That being said, Bob brought up concerns 
about the schema 
which we need to discuss. As I mentioned in an earlier post 
Jamie is planning on joining our call today, so we can seek input from 
him as to how to best handle since the schema is certainly normative.

2. CAP Evangelization: excuse the topic naming, but I had to come up 
with something that made sense :) Anyway, its time to work on the 
promotional aspect of CAP. I had a brief chat with EIC Chair Matt 
Walton yesterday, and they are of course also excited about the work. 
Given the interest across multiple groups, at the last meeting we 
agreed Rex would be the point man 
for incoming media/press requests. I also sent out a note 
on the OASIS Media Guidelines 
(http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/guidelines.php#media) just to 
make sure everyone remembers that any requests for interviews about the 
TC work have to be coordinated with OASIS, which Rex (as agreed the 
primary point person) and I (helping as he needs) will be facilitating. 
If any of you have questions regarding this, then let's arrange a call 
with Carol Geyer to ensure we are following their process. In addition, 
it is even more important now for us to work on the Implementer's Guide 
and Test Scenarios, as those help bring CAP full circle.

3. CAP Future: we have some good comments, suggestions, and concerns 
that have been circulated on the list and have been put in the 
spreadsheet in the Doc Repository. While we certainly do not have to 
determine timelines or strategy yet regarding CAP 1.NEXT, we might as 
well being thinking about it.

4. IF SC: Update on their work product (ie: the documents and their 
summary) and when it will be circulated.

The other SCs do not really have any Action Items that have not already 
been mentioned, but if there is something notable to talk to the group 
about, then by all means bring it up.

As for the Charter and Requirements Document, with the energetic 
discussions that have occurred since the last meeting I felt it would 
be wise to hold off throwing yet another iron on the fire (literally), 
so unless there is any objection, I propose we hold on those 2 things 
until we all get CAP at an agreed upon place.

See you all at noon Eastern Time!

R. Allen Wyke
Chair, OASIS Emergency Management TC

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