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Subject: RE: [regrep] Interop Demo opportunities at XML 2004

Sounds interesting!  Other thoughts, anyone?


-----Original Message-----
From: David RR Webber [mailto:david@drrw.info] 
Sent: Friday, August 13, 2004 11:37 AM
To: Breininger, Kathryn R
Cc: ebXML Regrep
Subject: Re: [regrep] Interop Demo opportunities at XML 2004


I would be interested in discussing how the work I'm currently doing
with NIST on Registry and CPA management could be included into such.
This could also include CAM + CPA + ebMS V3 + Registry using the
ExternalService feature stuff that's currently being considered for ebMS

So two possible parts, we could do one, or both depending on peoples
comfort level and confidence in spec' maturity... ; -) 

The goal would be to demonstrate 'self-service' trading partner
configuration, using a selection of ebMS partners using different
products and transactions, but being able to coordinate it all using
Registry and CPA management - and allowing a new partner to quickly and
easily setup and join.


Quoting "Breininger, Kathryn R" <kathryn.r.breininger@boeing.com>:

> When we last discussed this in June there was interest in doing an 
> Interop Demo at XML 2004.  If we are still interested (and I believe 
> we
> are!) we need to begin to make plans and determine who will be able to
> participate, what other groups we might want to interoperate with,
> I also need to let Dee know our interest and level of participation
> so that they can work on the arrangements.  (BTW, I will not be able
> attend due to a conflicting work conference at the same time).
> We can also discuss this at our next telecon (briefly - we have a very

> full agenda!) but it would be good to get some e-mail dialog going.
> Here is Dee's original note:
> From: Dee Schur [mailto:dee.schur@oasis-open.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 5:18 AM
> To: chairs@lists.oasis-open.org
> Cc: Dee Schur (Dee Schur); Jane Harnad; Carol Geyer (Carol Geyer)
> Subject: [chairs] Interop Demo Opportunities
> Dear TC chairs,
> The Consortium is making plans now for an exciting fall/winter with 
> some great opportunities for OASIS InterOps. These public 
> interoperability demonstrations showcase multi-vendor implementations 
> of approved OASIS work. Usually hosted in connection with a conference

> or trade show, OASIS InterOps are official Consortium activities, 
> endorsed by one or more OASIS TCs, and mutually supported by OASIS 
> staff and OASIS InterOp participants.
> 	Staff will provide assistance in promoting and organizing these 
> events, but the real energy (and scripts) comes from the TC leadership

> and members. TC participants demonstrate the usefulness of a spec, and

> its practical availability across a range of vendor platforms.
> 	Prior InterOps have generated tremendous energy and strong trade

> press for the work product. Public InterOp events are an excellent 
> opportunity to demonstrate real, shippable standards-based solutions 
> for e-business problems.
> 	Several conference organizers are interested in featuring OASIS 
> InterOps, they include:
> 	1) Delphi (4-7 Oct, BPX 2004)
> 	2) OASIS Open Standards Days (4-8 Oct.)
> 	3) Gartner (15-17 Nov, Applications Integration and Web Services
> Summit)
> 	4) IDEAlliance (XML 2004, 16-18 Nov) 
> <http://www.xmlconference.org/xmlusa/>
> 	5) RSA (23-27 Feb) <http://2004.rsaconference.com/us/c4p/>
> 	If your TC has an approved OASIS Committee Draft or OASIS
> or expects to be at that stage prior to these events, we encourage you

> to consider conducting a multi-member InterOp. However, in order to 
> make arrangements, we need to hear from you by June 15. If there is 
> another conference at which you'd like to demonstrate, please let us 
> know. We are ready to work with you to coordinate logistics, 
> participation, and promotion.
> 	Clearly, conferences organizers want OASIS InterOps because they

> recognize the quality of the work of OASIS TCs and the growing market 
> power of open standards. Your diligence and efforts to advance open 
> standards are much appreciated.
> 	Regards,
> 	Dee Schur
> Kathryn Breininger
> CENTRAL Project Manager
> Emerging Technologies
> Boeing Library Services
> 425-965-0182 phone
> 425-237-3491 fax
> kathryn.r.breininger@boeing.com
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