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Subject: Re: [oiic-formation-discuss] Interoperability versus Conformity

Hi Jerome,

I believe we already have a thread working on defining Interoperability, which has been sumnmed up as 3 categories of interop (discussion still outstanding I believe...check the other thread on it). It was summed up as 3 categories...I had a bit more of category ideas to fit the gray areas but keeping it simple makes more sense:

Also the definitions are being discussed too...so I think thats the basic role of OIIC. If you don't have the other threads please take a look at the threads here:


On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 11:10 AM, Jerome Davies <jerome.davies@pdghelicopters.com> wrote:
I'm not sure I have a clear idea of what I have in mind,
partially due to my lack of knowledge of the Standard. However
it seems that to have the best shot at a comprehensive
auditable standard of interoperability we need to do two things

1. Define interoperability and what it covers
2. Tie these definitions to the standard

I could be way off with this of course.


> on a semi-related note, I've removed the google doc link for
> the moment, but
> I will have another form of it for the mailing list to edit shortly.
> Anyhow, what format do you have in mind for this? Are you
> saying you want a
> line by line comparison? Or are you saying from the perspective
> of order of
> things we are doing? Please share your idea you have in mind.
> Best Regards,
> Matthew B. Reingold

> Would it not be better to structure this process a bit, say by
> > starting with the ODF Spec and then allocating interoperability
> > requirements to each part?
> >
> > Jerome Davies
> > IT Manager
> > PDG Helicopters


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