Thanks to those who were able to join us on the telecon
had a really good turnout,
especially given that we met on an altered
schedule due to the US holiday.
Attached to this message are the minutes from that
call. Thanks to Alan
for getting these
I had taken an action to determine and implement a
strategy to integrate
the listservers between HL7
and OMG. I'm happy to report that we have a
solution that appears to be workable. I have created a "yahoo
that is subscribed to both the HL7 and OMG
lists. If you subscribe to
this list, you'll
receive all of this project's mail traffic.
Conversely, you'll be able to post to the HL7, OMG, or Yahoo
that we WILL NOT be reconciling
email traffic to the HL7 and OMG lists.
is fully operational--based on a public announcement to
follow--we'll ask that members no longer cross-post to both HL7 and
I realize that this isn't a perfect solution, but I
believe it is
workable and won't take herculean
efforts to implement.
In the meantime, please subscribe to the Yahoo list.
The list will not
be moderated, but you will have
to be "approved" to register. Simply
the moderator your name, company contact info, and standards group
affiliation(s) and you'll be added.
SPAMMERS will not be tolerated and will be banished from
Thanks as always for your ongoing interest and patience
while we get
these administrivia items taken care
Yahoo group homepage:
For those unfamiliar with Yahoo Groups, if you choose to
become a yahoo
member you'll be able to browse
past emails and shared items. I believe
you can subscribe to the list and receive and post messages without
becoming a yahoo member, but you will not have these