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Subject: RE: [emergency] Groups - Draft Meeting Notes 4-12-11.docx uploaded

Hi Matthias,

Welcome to OASIS and the EM-TC! Thank you for your clarification.  I'm glad to hear of your good work using CAP and EDXL.  Thank you for your comment submittal.  We will have to determine if that change can be accommodated in an errata.  We look forward to your involvement in the EM-TC.

Elysa Jones, Chair

-----Original Message-----
From: Matthias Lendholt [mailto:matthias.lendholt@gfz-potsdam.de] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 9:49 AM
To: emergency@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: Re: [emergency] Groups - Draft Meeting Notes 4-12-11.docx uploaded

Dear Elysa, dear all,

regarding 5b "Jacob mentioned a comment from the German geosciences 
center.": This was me :-)

I'm a system architect and software developer at the GFZ German Research 
Centre for Geosciences, involved in several projects dealing with early 
warning and information logistics. Both CAP and EDXL-DE are used for 
warning message dissemination in our early warning projects, such as the 
Distant Early Warning System (DEWS, http://www.dews-online.org/).

Currently the CAP xml schema defines all elements locally without using 
global type definitions. This prevents a reusage in other xml schemas, 
though this is a very interesting use case. For example we developed 
several Web Processing Services dealing with criticality classification 
of administrative units (such as counties or provinces) which are 
addressed by geocodes. Geocodes as key-value pairs are also used in the 
CAP standard and for this (and for other elements) we would like to 
integrate the CAP schema in xml schemas for our WPS. As said this is 
only possible with global type definitions.

I re-structured the CAP 1.2 schema (without semantical changes) and 
initially sent the proposal in January to the emergency-comment mailing 
list (this was before GFZ joined OASIS).
The document has been submitted to the OASIS Emergency Management TC 
document repository.

View Document Details:

Download Document:

Best regards,

Am 26.04.2011 14:36, schrieb elysajones@yahoo.com:
> Please review these meeting notes from the EM-TC meeting held 4-12-11.  We
> will correct and approve these during our meeting today 4-26-11.
> Cheers,
>   -- Elysa Jones
> The document named Draft Meeting Notes 4-12-11.docx has been submitted by
> Elysa Jones to the OASIS Emergency Management TC document repository.
> Document Description:
> Meeting notes from the EM-TC meeting held 4-12-11
> View Document Details:
> http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/document.php?document_id=41935
> Download Document:
> http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/download.php/41935/Draft%20Meeting%20Notes%204-12-11.docx
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