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Subject: RE: [emergency] Common Distribution Element

Thak you Paul,

This is the one we saw before.  I think it makes a lot of sense.


Gary A. Ham 
Senior Research Scientist
Battelle Memorial Institute
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-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Embley [mailto:pembley@mstar.net] 
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2005 1:12 PM
To: 'Elysa Jones'; emergency@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: RE: [emergency] Common Distribution Element

Here is a more current version.  Same concepts apply, hopefully just a
bit better articulated.

Sorry about not being able to be on the entire call.  I drove out of
cell range and it was a long time before I got signal back.  Hope it was

Paul S. Embley
Practitioner Resource Group
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-----Original Message-----
From: Elysa Jones [mailto:ejones@warningsystems.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2005 5:40 PM
To: emergency@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [emergency] Common Distribution Element

The following is a snippet from Michael Deconta of DHS with respect to
distribution element.  Please comment on the list or be prepared to
during the EDXL Working Group call 3/17 at 9:30 EST.  The latest copy of

the draft NIEM drawing I have is also attached for reference.  Elysa

>Hi Everyone,
>I agree with the concept of a common distribution element, but believe
>there is considerable amount of due diligence necessary to implementing

>such a concept correctly.  I would recommend as a first step some
>on how what EDXL has proposed in terms of the distribution element 
>compares to the metadata in the Document and SuperType elements of
>and how it compares to some recent WS-* work on standardizing the
>in the SOAP header (mentioned to me by the Systinet folks).  Anyone
>to step up to such an analysis?  In general, I think this is a key 
>component of message exchange and would be something we should look to 
>addresss in the NIEM CONOPS.  We should have the first draft of that 
>CONOPS out in 2 weeks.
>  - Mike

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