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Subject: Re: [emergency] EDXL Target Areas for device coded recipients


Kon and Art have distinct opinions about the Target Areas for device coded 
recipients.  They both have valid points that need to be discussed by the 
entire TC to reach consensus through our normal collaborative 
efforts.  Unfortunately the discussion on the list has veered off the 
technical path.  I apologize for not being available this week to moderate 
and aid in this discussion but have been traveling and unable to stay in 
touch.  I would encourage both of you to take a day or two off this topic 
and I further encourage others in the TC to express your technical 
opinion.  We have a TC meeting on Tuesday and I would like continue the 
discussion there for a short period of time.  We will dedicate not more 
than 15 minutes to this topic as we have other issues to discuss as 
well.  I would like each opinion to be voiced during that call in a clear, 
concise, technical manner.  Please put any supporting text for your 
position on the list prior to the call.  I will post an agenda in another 
day or two on the site.  Have a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day weekend,

Elysa Jones, Chair
256-880-8702 x102

At 12:37 PM 5/26/2005, Kon Wilms wrote:
>On Thu, 2005-05-26 at 09:23 -0400, Art Botterell wrote:
> > Check the attitude at the door, will you, Kon?  This really isn't
> > about you.
>No, I will not check my attitude at the door.
>If you think I will sit still when you misquote me, patronize me, and
>belittle my contributions as if I am not even a member of this group,
>you are gravely mistaken.
>You have a good track record of playing this game - along with the token
>'its not about you' card. Minus the fact that your insults get bolder in
>nature with every iteration.
>I am not here to play kindergarten-level games with you, I am here to
>work on a specification.
> > Personally, for all the reasons I've explained before, I think it
> > would be an interoperability mistake to encourage building system-
> > specific codes into the targetArea block.  Besides which, in this
> > case it would be misleading, since the router isn't necessarily in
> > the target area.
>I'm not going to repeat myself, because you obviously aren't listening
>to what I am saying. You just want to argue this with excuses until I
>get fed up attempting to explain it to you. And yes, the router is in
>the target area.
> > If you needs specific addressing a mechanism is provided, which is
> > <recipientAddress>.  Or for even more flexibility you could hold your
> > nose and simply use a <keyword>.
>There you go again. Good attempt at the age-old shut up, sit down, and
>use what I told you to line.
>I am done discussing this with you. As was the case last time, this is
>going to go nowhere. So I will write a full proposal to the group. No
>doubt you *will* reply to this email though, in order to get the last
>word in. Have at it.
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