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Subject: Re: [emergency] RE: Final draft of the letter to send out for CAP requirements.
Dear EM TC -The latest version of the letter to send.We discussed the letter today during the GIS SC call. We would like to send the letter out as soon as possible but want to make sure that we email it to the correct organizations. So we are looking for suggestions.Thanks!CarlDear < >CAP has now been widely implemented. As a result, we are beginning to receive feedback from implementation experience, especially regarding requirements for enhanced capabilities, clarification of certain elements, and new use cases.Therefore, in order to document a consistent set of requirements for potential enhancement or extensions to CAP, we are seeking your input and suggestions based on your experience implementing and using CAP. These could be use cases, requirements for new elements, enhancement to existing elements and so forth. This information will be collated and then used as the basis for discussion and consensus on possible changes and enhancements to CAP and potentially also to EDXL.Thank you for your help and consideration.RegardsCarl Reed (CTO, OGC)OASIS Emergency Management TC GIS SC Chair.================================================Carl Reed, PhD
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