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Subject: RE: [regrep] Draft abstract for OASIS Symposium submission - please review!
Please see comments in the e-mail below, marked with [JMC]. Here is also some additional feedback: (1) COMMENT PERTAINS TO: "New technologies enable us to create and use dynamic information through the web, including XML (eXtensible Markup Language) Schemas, DTDs (Document Type Definitions), Core Components, and Web Services." COMMENT: I think we can have a stronger, more event-focused opening statement here: - Recommend we start by emphasizing the high value of electronic business vocabularies (or whatever terms we want to use in front of "vocabularies"), as they ensure a greater degree of interoperability between business partners and enable reuse of information artifacts on a grand scale. - Then follow with the notion of the need to manage the artifacts that comprise a vocabulary, and make them discoverable and available (please pick which word you like of the 2) to developers at design-time, and interacting business partners at run-time. - Then follow with the questions you already have ("How do we discover and share these assets...", etc.) (2) COMMENT PERTAINS TO: "Where can we discover assets to be used in our applications so that we can..." COMMENT: Make this first in the list of questions (since it is very descriptive), and incorporate the notion of vocabularies. (3) COMMENT PERTAINS TO: "including XML elements, XML schemas, DTDs, core components and other assets..." COMMENT: Include Web Services in list (4) COMMENT PERTAINS TO: "An ebXML registry provides a resource for describing, discovering and using information assets that enable electronic business and application integration." COMMENT: This is highly duplicative of the immediately preceding sentence. This is highly duplicative of the immediately preceding sentence. Recommend harmonizing the 2 sentences, or choosing one over the other. (5) COMMENT PERTAINS TO: "The advantage of using XML objects and resources can only be realized if they are registered and accessible for discovery and use. Finding and using these electronic assets is critical in a global environment where business is conducted electronically." COMMENT: This is such an excellent point, that it should be moved higher up, to the first paragraph. Now, please read on for comments in e-mail below marked with [JMC]. Cheers, Joe Joseph Chiusano Booz Allen Hamilton Strategy and Technology Consultants to the World > -----Original Message----- > From: Farrukh Najmi [mailto:Farrukh.Najmi@Sun.COM] > Sent: Friday, December 10, 2004 1:46 PM > To: Breininger, Kathryn R > Cc: ebXML Regrep (ebXML Regrep); Diego Ballve > Subject: Re: [regrep] Draft abstract for OASIS Symposium > submission - please review! > > Looks like a great start Kathryn! Thanks. [JMC] +1 > Breininger, Kathryn R wrote: > > >Should the abstract include something related to using a registry to > >manage a vocabulary, or registering vocabulary mappings, and > do we have > >any implementation examples of this? > > > I think it should include that and all other use cases we are > aware of. > > I believe Digital Artefacts may have some deployments > involving vocabulary management. > Copying Diego in case he can provide some input. > > >Should there be more emphasis in > >the abstract on the sharing of information between entities > and how an > >ebXML registry enables this? > > > > > I think so. Our cooperating registry feature enables this > very well and was key to UN/CEFACT ICG and others adopting > ebXML Registry. [JMC] An additional aspect would be in absence of the cooperating registries feature (i.e. pretend for a second that it did not exist), and the *collaboration* that the registry enables between developers and other types of users. I've emphasized the word collaboration because I noted that this word was absent from the abstract, and I believe it should be present. End of [JMC] comments. > >The Audience levels are: > >* Technical > >* Implementation > >* Management > >I would consider this presentation to be implementation. Does that > >sound right? > > > > > Yes > > >Please send comments ASAP so we can complete the submission by the > >deadline! > > > > > > > Suggest rewording the following: > > "The majority of the presentation will concentrate on > presenting a number of use cases in which an ebXML Registry > was implemented to solve specific business problems. > Participants will learn how ebXML Registries have been > deployed to production, lessons learned from those > implementations, and best practices for implementing an ebXML > Registry." > > > as: > > "The majority of the presentation will concentrate on > presenting a number of use cases including: > > * Web service registry > * Vocabulary Management > * eForms Server > * eBusiness Process registry > * Medical content repository > * Standards registry > > > in which an ebXML Registry has been implemented to solve > specific business problems. Participants will learn how ebXML > Registries are being used in practice, lessons learned, and > best practices for implementing an ebXML Registry. > > -- > Regards, > Farrukh > > > To unsubscribe from this mailing list (and be removed from > the roster of the OASIS TC), go to > http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/regrep/members/le ave_workgroup.php. > >