Subject: RE: [entity-resolution] minutes from ER TC phone call 20050215
Hi everyone, Sorry for butting in here. To submit your now-voted-on Committee Draft for public review, all I need is an email from Lauren stating that the vote was held and passed as minuted at (location x goes here) and would like to submit for 30-day public review. Nothing else required. I then launch the public review, and the TC members are free to post such notice wherever they feel appropriate. All comments must be submitted through the TC's public web page. This ensures that they are properly archived. Once it comes back from public review and the TC decides that it would like to submit for OASIS Standard vote, you must do the following: A) address any comments received B) if any substantive changes are required, you must re-vote CD and go through another public review cycle C) if no changes/minor edits are made, you must then vote to submit for Standard vote D) part of the submission must include (but not limited to): - record of vote - record of any comments - 3 attestations by member companies that they are successfully using the spec - notification of IPR policy - etc. as specified in the TC Process I hope this helps! Mary --------------------------------------------------- Mary P McRae OASIS Manager of TC Administration email: email@example.com web: www.oasis-open.org phone: 603.232.9090 cell: 603.557.7985 -----Original Message----- From: Lauren Wood [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Wednesday, February 16, 2005 3:11 PM To: email@example.com Subject: RE: [entity-resolution] minutes from ER TC phone call 20050215 On 16 Feb 2005 Paul Grosso wrote: > > From: Lauren Wood [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > > Sent: Wednesday, 16 February, 2005 13:33 > > To: email@example.com; Paul Grosso > > Subject: RE: [entity-resolution] minutes from ER TC phone call > > 20050215 > > > > On 16 Feb 2005 Paul Grosso wrote: > > > I'm confused. > > > > > > Are we certifying that we are using the Committee Draft or the > > > Committee Specification (which doesn't yet exist)? > > > > Committee Specification is a term that OASIS no longer uses; > > I understood it was only shortly gone but now coming back (it was > stupid ever to have removed it). Well, yes, but until it's back I'm trying to use the words in the process document. > > the > > product of the TC if it doesn't go to OASIS Standard is the > > Committee Draft. > > > > > I'm assuming that we are certifying that we are using the CD, and > > > that the point of this is to get to CS. But then I'm wondering > > > where the CD is that I'm certifying we're using. > > > The last published document I find on our TC page is a 1.0 from > > > over a year ago. > > > > Norm will be publishing the CD that we voted on on Tuesday as soon > > as he has fixed the small mistakes that Tony pointed out, and > > reverted to "id" as the ID attribute name. This is the CD that > > people should certify their companies are using. > > I'd like us to double check things. I do not believe we need to > certify that we're using a CD. A CD is just put out for public review > and needs no certification. > > I may be confused with the changing status of names in OASIS, but this > does not match what we're doing in the DITA TC, for example. It's my interpretation of the stuff in http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/process.php#standard It starts with "A TC may recommend that the Committee Draft be made an OASIS Standard." and then switches language to say that what is submitted is "A formal specification" as well as "Certification by at least three OASIS member organizations that they are successfully using the specification" so from my reading, that means that the certification has to be applied to the CD that we will be submitting, i.e. the one that we just voted on but that is not yet on the site. Nowhere does it say that you can certify you're using a previous version of the CD, nor that some version other than the CD can be made into an OASIS Standard. The CD here is not just any draft ready for review, it's the formal Committee Draft as specified in http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/process.php#committee_draft (i.e., the one that used to be called Committee Specification). Lauren To unsubscribe from this mailing list (and be removed from the roster of the OASIS TC), go to http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/entity-resolution/members/leave_workgroup.php.