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Subject: Re: [id-cloud] Member submissions of use cases and requirements

Hi Anil,

Just a couple of comments on your proposed submission guidelines:

2.  At OASIS, each member of a TC acts as an individual. You can't restrict individuals from the same company to act as a group.

4. I think many companies will want to ensure that any submissions made fall within the scope of the TC for IPR reasons prior to making those submissions. Certainly if someone is unclear, they can ask the question to see whether the other members feel it would be in scope or not.



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On May 5, 2010, at 11:11 PM, Anil Saldhana wrote:

> Hi all,
>    it is time to get started with the TC business as we get close to the second meeting.  The first step is to solicit and collect member submissions on use cases and requirements.
> Submission Guidelines:
> ---------------------------------
> 1) Please create separate email threads for each submission (do not reply to someone else's submission with your own submission). This is because the archives will be cleaner.  You can comment on someone's submission by replying to that thread. You can also refine your own submission by replying to your own thread.
> 2) One submission from a company/member. Please coordinate among your colleagues from the same company.  Individual members are free to submit their own submissions.
> 3) Please clean your submissions off proprietary or confidential information. This is public work.
> 4) Please do not evaluate whether your content matches the TC charter or not. It is important for you to submit the information. The TC will evaluate your submission and decide if any of the content is out of scope.
> 5) Level of detail is dependent on your comfort level. If additional information is needed, the TC will request it from you in the future.
> Submission Objectives:
> ---------------------------------
> * The TC is looking at use cases and requirements to start the work.
> * The TC will discuss the submissions and then the spec editors will collate the submissions (based on TC feedback).
> Submission Format:
> ---------------------------
> This is open for discussion. Please suggest alternative formats.
> Potential format is the following:
> Name of the member (s):
> Affiliation:
> Use Cases:
> Requirements:
> Best Practices:
> Other Information:
> Note:  The TC will not only benefit from your submissions of use cases and requirements for Identity In The Cloud, but also it will be useful to hear your pain points/grievances in the field (good for Other Information).
> Regards,
> Anil & Tony
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