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Subject: Re: [emergency] EDXL resource info model

Good plan!  Elysa

At 10:02 AM 9/26/2005, Rex Brooks wrote:
>Certainly makes sense to me, Renato, Elysa, Tim,
>I am putting it on the agenda for tomorrow's meeting.
>Renato, If I can arrange a 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern US Time concall, 
>that would be 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time (my time and Art's time 
>if we are both on the West Coast) and that would be 8:00 a.m. your time if 
>you are in Brisbane, right? Could you do that?
>I have handled these time frames in concalls before and it works though 
>just barely. Unfortunately, that will have to be the week of Oct. 10 at 
>the earliest for me since I have a week of all-day concalls from the WSRP 
>face to face in Ireland next week, which has me up 1:00 am to 8:00 am here 
>in Berkeley, CA, and tends to wipe out most of my day after that. 
>Fortunately we only do that European face to face once a year, but it 
>never coincides with a time that I can make it, even if I have a sponsor 
>or a client willing to pony up the freight to haul my carcass to one of 
>those week long marathons. It is every bit as all-consuming when it is 
>here on the West Coast. Just about any other mentally concentrated work is 
>just not possible after those sessions.
>I mention all of this because OASIS is supposed to a international in its 
>focus, so I think it behooves us to accommodate members such as yourself, 
>and I also think it is important for you to be able to represent your 
>viewpoint in the normal give and take of our meetings.
>At 8:22 AM -0500 9/26/05, Elysa Jones wrote:
>>Yes, we can certainly address any inconsistencies in the data/info 
>>model.  The RM is going to be worked in the Messaging/Notification 
>>Subcommittee, Rex and Art are the co-chairs.  They might want to consider 
>>having you do a review of the model and report to the SC if you are 
>>willing.  Elysa
>>At 09:18 PM 9/25/2005, Renato Iannella wrote:
>>>On 24 Sep 2005, at 00:19, Timothy Grapes wrote:
>>>>During the call on Tuesday, some participants could not view the info
>>>>model embedded in the document.  Attached is that diagram both
>>>>copied into
>>>>word and the original vision diagram (Elysa, I don't have adobe
>>>Tim, can you send the Visio file in XML format (export it to XML)?
>>>Also (as most of you may have guessed from the EDXL DE Model
>>>the RM model is very data oriented - ie the Info entity is just a
>>>flat container
>>>of all sorts of elements with all sorts of conflicting semantics (eg
>>>"Decline Reason"
>>>and "Actual Arrival Date").
>>>I assume (and I could be wrong here) that we are allowed to address
>>>the data/info
>>>model inconsistencies and to develop a newer (and more semantically
>>>correct) model?
>>>Cheers...  Renato Iannella
>>>National ICT Australia (NICTA)
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>Rex Brooks
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