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Subject: RE: [regrep] Draft abstract for OASIS Symposium submission - please review!
Ash, Thank you for the offer. Our submission will be focusing on the ebXML Specifications, use cases and implementations of the specs. We may be able to include some of your use cases or implementations in the examples. Let's check back when we know whether or not the submission is accepted and go from there. Thanks again, Kathryn Kathryn Breininger OASIS ebXML Registry Technical Committee Chair 425-965-0182 phone -----Original Message----- From: Ash Parikh [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Friday, December 10, 2004 10:45 AM To: Breininger, Kathryn R Cc: 'Ash Parikh' Subject: RE: [regrep] Draft abstract for OASIS Symposium submission - please review! Hi Kathyrn, Greetings! I saw your excellent submission and was wondering if we could present on this topic together...as I was doing the same and I guess it would be great if we pair up. I am the Director of Technology at Raining Data. Raining Data is an XML database company and we are working on developing our product into an ebXML Registry. I thought that a combination of a user and a technology developer would be a fantastic one...your thoughts... You may look up my credentials by typing "Ash Parikh" on Google. Also, recently, I just published an article on XML databases and Web Services as below: http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-12-2004/jw-1206-xml.html I look forward to hearing from you... Cheers! ASH PARIKH Director of Development and Technology, EAG Raining Data Corporation (NASDAQ: RDTA) "Technology for Innovative Solutions" http://www.rainingdata.com +1 (510) 608-0259 - Office +1 (510) 673-2922 - Mobile email@example.com - Email -----Original Message----- From: Breininger, Kathryn R [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Friday, December 10, 2004 10:29 AM To: ebXML Regrep (ebXML Regrep) Subject: [regrep] Draft abstract for OASIS Symposium submission - please review! Importance: High All, Attached is the draft abstract. Please review and send comments by noon on Monday, as the abstract is due on Monday!! The name of the presenter and bio must be submitted at the time the abstract is submitted. I am willing to be the presenter, unless someone else would like to do so. I (or whoever will be presenting) can probably use some help in identifying the implementations we want to highlight. The presentation materials are not due until April 4th, so there is plenty of time to work on those (assuming the abstract is accepted). Please note - the theme for the Symposium is The Future of XML Vocabularies (see: http://www.oasis-open.org/events/symposium_2005/call_for_participation.p hp) The topic areas are (must select one for the submission process): * Domain and Industry specific vocabularies * Schema extensibility, versioning, reuse, validation * Best Practices now and future (relates to development of domain specific vocabularies) * B2B web services vocabularies and dependencies * Business process rules and policies (in implementation of XML vocabularies) * Semantic reasoning technology (mapping between domain-specific XML vocabularies) * Internationalization and localization for XML Vocabularies... * Other (I believe our presentation would fall under Other, and the topic listed for the presentation might be Implementations and Lessons Learned). An additional guideline related to presentation on spec work is: Proposals related to current specification work, i.e., efforts underway within OASIS TCs or other standards bodies, should emphasize the development, usage, application, deployment, and interoperability aspects, and future considerations, as opposed to merely summarizing the specification work. 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? Should there be more emphasis in the abstract on the sharing of information between entities and how an ebXML registry enables this? The Audience levels are: * Technical * Implementation * Management I would consider this presentation to be implementation. Does that sound right? Please send comments ASAP so we can complete the submission by the deadline! <<Abstract for OASIS Symposium April 24.doc>> Thanks! Kathryn Kathryn Breininger CENTRAL Project Manager Emerging Technologies Boeing Library Services 425-965-0182 phone 425-237-3491 fax email@example.com