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Subject: [OASIS Issue Tracker] Created: (ENERGYINTEROP-283) 528: Languageis confusing

528:  Language is confusing

                 Key: ENERGYINTEROP-283
                 URL: http://tools.oasis-open.org/issues/browse/ENERGYINTEROP-283
             Project: OASIS Energy Interoperation TC
          Issue Type: Improvement
          Components: spec
    Affects Versions: csd01 - Public Review Draft
            Reporter: Edgardo Luzcando 
            Assignee: William Cox
            Priority: Minor

"Either this paragraph is re-written so it makes sense within EI, or removed - provided that the reference to WS-Calendar is left (line 533).  As it is it attemps to distill the technical aspects os WS-Calendar instead of using simpler language, which adds to value to section that is simply stating that EI will use WS-Calendar.  Even the current definition of Gluon (WS-Calendar 1.0) is difficult to understand without the WS-Calendar specification contenxt: ""A Calendar Gluon is essentially the Interval component profiled down to minimal elements for which inheritance rules are then defined for the sequence.""

Instead the paragraph could use language as follows:
WS-Calendar allows for ways to express a related group of time intervals as a sequence.  However, it additionally allows for a way to abstract certain information of related intervals to avoid repetition of such information in every interval of the sequence.  Such abstraction is called a WS-Calendar gluon, and it can be related to a group of intervals in a sequence to represent the same information present in intervals, but applicable to all intervals in a sequence.  Gluons can represent interval information such as ""start time"" and ""duration"" that would stay constant over time inside all the intervals in the sequence related to a Gluon."

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