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Subject: Re: [regrep] XML2004 abstract deadline: May 7


Appreciate your thoughts.  From the CAM perspective - I definately
see that the XML template is the lightweight approach to facilitating

Microsoft see this too with the impressive work on XACL and
then the W3C work on pipelines for XML content processing

Everything is going to declarative XML scripting as the
fundamental approach.

The trick is as you note - being able to bring all this together
in a coherent and consistent way around a clear architecture
and roadmap.

The BCM work offers the business perspective to help
coordinate the technology parts.

The upcoming ebSOA work is going to be challenged in
this department too - making sense of all the desperate
pieces and delivering on the vision!

Thanks, DW

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Rex Brooks" <rexb@starbourne.com>
To: "Farrukh Najmi" <Farrukh.Najmi@Sun.COM>; <regrep@lists.oasis-open.org>
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2004 1:21 PM
Subject: Re: [regrep] XML2004 abstract deadline: May 7

> Hi Folks,
> Even though I don't particpate in this group, I do keep track of it,
> hence my inclusion of it as well as bcm and cam, in my own effort to
> drum up an overarching multiple approach to the theme of Solution to
> Syntax. So I will keep an eye on this and suggest that showing
> alternate means for managing content than the heavyweight WSRP
> mechanism would be delightful.
> As the grunt who just slogged through the second pass at the Markup
> Interface Section of the Primer for WSRP, I am becoming intimately
> familiar with how important the regrep is and the work being done on
> the tech notes for ebXML and UDDI, but for single webapps or smaller
> scale collaborations that don't entail managing a large enterprise IT
> portal, having reliable and secure means to share portlet-like
> objects without all that overhead is guaranteed to be a winner for
> the lower tier of businesses. It's not going to be unmanageable for
> us small fry for a while, but it will, it will. (I'm already feeling
> guilty about the extent to which it is going to require integrated
> tools and platforms.) And we thought we were the lighter weight
> alternative to CORBA.
> Sheesh!
> Rex
> At 10:55 AM -0400 4/23/04, Farrukh Najmi wrote:
> >This deadline is May 7. Lets discuss abstract ideas on this thread.
> >
> >Here are some ideas we been considering recently in various forums:
> >
> >-Semantic Content Management Using ebXML Registry (present work of
> >the SCM SC, Carl Mattocks, Farrukh, ....)
> >Carl, please confirm if you can take ownership of this?
> >
> >-Vocabulary Management Using ebXML Registry (present the work of the
> >UK egov pilot, Paul Spencer, Farrukh, Duane, ....)
> >Duane, please confirm if you can take ownership of this per our
> >discussions at Amsterdam?
> >
> >Any other ideas?
> >
> >Thanks.
> >
> >--
> >Regards,
> >Farrukh
> >
> >
> >
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