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Subject: OASIS News: Standards for e-Vehicle Charging, Localization, and more

   3 Dec 2015
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The Open Standards Community Newsletter

Open Charge Alliance intends to standardize electric vehicle charging protocol at OASIS

The Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) enables seamless communication between charging stations and vendor central systems. Already, OCPP has more than 20,000 installations in 17 different countries. Contact OASIS to review the draft charter and be included as an OCPP TC Proposer.

Call for Participation:

XLIFF OMOS Localization Technical Committee

The new TC will develop an independent Object Model for building localization tools, platforms and systems based on the XLIFF 2.0 standard. XLIFF OMOS will provide tool makers and organizations with one format to interchange all their localization data with partners, saving the time and cost of funneling data between incompatible systems. The first meeting will be held by teleconference on 8 Dec.

Get information on participating in XLIFF-OMOS.

Technical Committee Milestones:

OASIS Standard Call to Vote: XML Interchange Language for System Dynamics (XMILE) 1.0

Ballot closes 14 Dec

OData Extension for Data Aggregation 4.0 Committee Specification 02 is published

Simplifies data sharing across disparate applications for re-use in enterprise, Cloud, and mobile devices

XACML 3.0 Related and Nested Entities Profile 1.0 Committee Specification 01 is published

Enabling access control attributes to be defined from within XACML policies

Public Review for ebCore Agreement Update Specification 1.0 ends 9 Dec

Supports exchange of messaging service communication agreement update requests
"The future looks good for ODF [OpenDocument Format].
In fact, it has never looked better."

Australia uses OData to improve access to more than 13 million records on endangered species.

"Standardization of the exploding number of REST APIs is driven by OData..."

Sumit Sarkar, Progress
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