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Subject: Re: TC.ProjectPlan: roles and responsibilities

We discussed this during the TC meeting this issue, and a couple of us were
going to post possibilities for different 'collaborative' sites/software
that we could use for the HumanMarkup work.  We hope to establish one by the
end of next week.

Deliverable:  Establish collaboration site for HumanMarkup by 9.28.01

For now, I would simply post on YahooGroups, until we do establish a final
new location.

Ranjeeth Kumar Thunga

(I believe your email to humanmarkup@lists.oasis-open.org will be rejected,
but if there is anything you wish to relay to the formal TC list, simply
email it to me.  Thanks.)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bullard, Claude L (Len)" <clbullar@ingr.com>
To: "Ranjeeth Kumar Thunga" <rkthunga@humanmarkup.org>;
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2001 9:18 AM
Subject: RE: TC.ProjectPlan: roles and responsibilities

> That's Ok.  How to update drafts is the first issue,
> that is, where do we put them, make changes, etc.
> Len
> http://www.mp3.com/LenBullard
> Ekam sat.h, Vipraah bahudhaa vadanti.
> Daamyata. Datta. Dayadhvam.h
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ranjeeth Kumar Thunga [mailto:rkthunga@humanmarkup.org]
> Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2001 9:08 AM
> To: humanmarkup@lists.oasis-open.org
> Cc: Bullard, Claude L (Len)
> Subject: TC.ProjectPlan: roles and responsibilities
> I only have a couple of minutes this morning before heading out for the
> but wanted to send a quick message regarding roles/responsibilities.
> I've been hit pretty bad here by NIMDA, and I am still limping, but as
> as I can send/receive non-virulant emails, I think I'm ok ;-).
> Our chosen responsibilities
> --------------------------------
> We can't formalize any additional votes or roles until our next meeting
> (based on Karl's last message).  However, we can informally designate
> responsibilities amongst ourselves, and proceed as if.  I recommend that
> persons at the meeting, and all those interested in taking resposibility
> a certain aspect of the project, do submit a formal 'responsibilities'
> document detailing the contributios you would like to make for
> I'll post my own later today, which will basically outlines my
> responsibility as chair.
> Since this is a voluntary effort, the contributions are mostly based on
> all of you want to accomplish or perform.
> It would be great if the all the first meeting participants state this, at
> this initial stage at least.
> Of course, everyone is invited to do so as well.
>      Ranjeeth, Joe, Kurt, Rex, Sean, Rob, Sudhakar, and Len (since we
> nominated him)
> (Len:  BTW, I nominated you to facilitate the XML Schema development
> Since you aren't part of the private TC list, I, or someone else, can
> represent your interests here))
> Subcommittees
> -------------------
> Sudhakar might be bringing in a lot of work that is very strongly related,
> yet work can still function autonomously.  Thus, I think a subcommittee is
> certainly appropriate in this case, but do provide a potential mission
> statement.  Rob, I invite you to make do the same.
> Even if we do/don't form subcommittees, we still would participate in
> related to our own research interests.  We can decide, of course, at our
> next meeting.
> New Role:  HumanML_Write Facilitator
> ------------------------------
> The HumanML_Write application that Joe started off creating really is a
> important application, and I hope everyone has had a chance to look at it.
> Of course, HumanMarkup is not about developing applications, but this
> application is our cornerstone, IMO.  It is a universally usable yet
> application that allows end-users and non-SME's to get a feel for what our
> project is about.  If it is properly cultivated, it is a very important
> source application.
> For this project, we need a facilitator, and I nominate Joe.  (Joe:
> although you currently accepted the role of non-technical Editor, I think
> the HumanML_Write role is an essential one, if you accept.  The
> non-technical editing, which is a full time job in and of itself, could be
> split.)
> -----------------------------
> Ranjeeth Kumar Thunga

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