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Subject: Re: [emergency] Groups - Draft Meeting Notes 5-31-05.doc uploaded

Hey Renato,

Just for the sake of not confusing folks on the list - the attached model 
does not reflect what the TC has agreed to.  What has been agreed to is on 
the site under docs/specifications EDXL DE DOM 5/31/05.  I am also 
attaching it here for reference to be sure all have access to the current 
agreed to DOM.

Your model leaves out several elements of Distribution that we worked 
through as well as changes the relationship between the 
messageElement/content and Distribution/messageElement.  These changes are 
not germane to the current issue of targetArea and keyword, so lets be sure 
to focus on these for the moment.

The biggest problem I see with the alternate targeting blocks for non-geo 
use is complexity of processing to get to these at a lower level.  Seems to 
me, it would be more efficient for code at the Distribution level to parse 
a keyword list rather than go to other level(s) to get basic routing target 
information.  Just my 2 cents - others please chime in.

Elysa Jones, Chair
Engineerin Program Manager
Warning Systems, Inc.
256-880-8702 x102

At 11:31 PM 6/1/2005, Renato Iannella wrote:

>On 2 Jun 2005, at 10:12, Kon Wilms wrote:
>>If keyword is the desired approach then the above would clarify it. I
>>see the point to targetarea being geo-related only. I personally prefer
>>the suggestion Renato has brought forward which would be that of
>>alternate targeting blocks for non-geographic use. This is part style
>>(grouping like elements so as not to clutter the distribution header for
>>readability purposes) and function (grouping these targets so as to
>>allow for tracing content delivery chains at a high level).
>I have updated the info model along these lines.
>Attached below.
>Dr Renato Iannella
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EDXL DE DOM 5-31-05.doc

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