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Subject: Re: [emergency] Interest in an interop at IAEM Conference (Nov. in Phoenix)?

Thanks Julia for staying on top of this.  We (WSI) are planning to be in 
both places.  We have already arranged for a booth at the IAEM but would be 
glad to participate from the floor with any others or those in an interop 
booth.  However, we are not interested in paying anything additional.

Patti and I have been approved to give a paper at XML 2005 - entitled 
"Proliferation of OASIS Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Standard."  The date 
of our presentation was just received and is scheduled for 11/17/05 at 
11:00am.  That is actually the day after IAEM is over, so that works out 
for me to get there but not reasonable to get equipment shipped and set 
up.  I figure if we get some exposure at XML 2005, that will be good but 
agree with you that the IAEM is where more of our customers will be - and 
therefore where our companies are going to want to spend the time and money.

Others on the TC may want to participate in the XML with an interop - this 
is just my 2 cents.

Elysa Jones

At 04:25 PM 7/20/2005, jridgely@longbranchsystems.com wrote:
>As discussed at the meeting in New Orleans, OASIS has invited us to 
>exhibit at XML 2005 in Atlanta. Unfortunately, the conference dates 
>conflict with the IAEM Annual Conference (Phoenix, November 14-15). Given 
>that this is the year's biggest conference for emergency managers, it 
>seems that if we're going to do a fall interop, it would be better done at 
>the IAEM conference.
>Would any EM TC members, either corporate or individual, be interested in 
>participating? No doubt some companies will already be there with their 
>own booths.
>Please let me know if you're interested. If so, I will need to submit a 
>proposal to OASIS. If you have not participated before, you can review the 
>interop rules on the OASIS main site. Essentially, OASIS reserves the 
>space, equipment, and staff; members prepare the demo and materials and 
>pay a fee (usually $750) to cover OASIS costs.
>Julia Ridgely
>EM TC Secretary
>President, Long Branch Systems

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