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Subject: Open Education Day at the OASIS SCA F2F in Palo Alto, 18th September 2007


Thanks to everyone who has volunteered to help out with the education day at the OASIS SCA F2F meeting in
Palo Alto on the 18th September.

Here is my proposed final agenda, following the feedback over the past week or so, along with names for
each session.  Where sessions are shared, you will need to coordinate with your fellow presenters over the
material and the handover points.

Let me know ASAP if you see any problems or if you're not happy with something.

Morning Session

09:00 - 09:30        SCA Overview                                                        Mike Edwards, Sanjay Patil                                                

09:30 - 10:20        SCA Assembly model                                                Michael Rowley, Anish Karmarkar

10:20 - 10:30        Demo 1                                                                Jim Marino
                (major on Assembly & distribution)

10:30 - 10:45         Break

10:45 - 11:50        SCA Java (to include Spring and JEE)                                (Java POJO + Spring) Mario Antollini, Jim Marino,
                                                                               (JEE) Henning Blohm, Ron Barack        

11:50 - 12:00        Demo 2                                                          Ron Barack, Peter Peshev, Henning Blohm
                SAP JEE demo

12:00 - 12:30        SCA BPEL                                                        Martin Chapman

Afternoon Session

13:30 - 14:20        SCA Policy Framework                                                 Ashok Malhotra, Dave Booz
                - to include Security, Reliable Messaging and Transactions

14:20 - 14:30        Demo 3                                                         Anish Karmarkar
               (major on Policy & BPEL)

14:30 - 15:20        SCA Bindings                                                        Simon Holdsworth, Piotr Przybylski
                - to include Web services, JMS, JCA

15:20 - 15:30        Demo 4                                                         Jean-Sebastien Delfino, Mario Antollini
               (include novel bindings + implementation types)

15:30 - 15:45         Break

15:45 - 16:15        SCA C++, COBOL and C.                                        Bryan Aupperle

16:15 - 17:00        Q&A and Discussion with the Experts.                                All


Presentation Content

Although this is an "education day" please bear in mind that this is education with the purpose of helping
folk understand the work that the OASIS TC's will be doing.  Telling people how to program in SCA is not
the main goal.

Most of the folks attending are already familiar with SCA to some level - so don't bore them with basic

Please DO include items that represent challenges for the OASIS TCs to tackle.  Obvious ones that come
to mind are the conformance statements and the test suites.  What will these look like, what approaches
will be taken?

Also please address any new areas of work that are possible under the TC charters.  As examples, we
have Pub/Sub and Eventing in Assembly, new Binding types as listed in the Bindings TC charter.

Relationships with other OASIS (& non-OASIS) work is also worth discussing.

Presentation Format

All presentations must be given using "vendor neutral" presentation materials.
Please either use an OASIS presentation template, an OSOA template or something bland out of the
standard formats offered by PowerPoint or OpenOffice.

Demo Format

Demos are good things and will help liven things up.  However, they have the potential to distract
attention from the main purpose of the day.

We need to be fairly strict about timekeeping - the schedule allows for 10 minutes for each demo.
This is tight, but my suggestion is to focus the demo - concentrate on a few specific aspects relating
to SCA and the talks - don't attempt to demo the whole of the runtime you're using.  This isn't meant
as a showcase for products or for open source projects.  The aim is to make the SCA specs seem
more real and to show that there are already some good implementations in the world.

I've tried to indicate which areas each demo should aim to focus on.  Again, don't waste time on basics.

Yours,  Mike.

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