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Subject: Re: [sca-bindings] Re: Groups - Ballot closed: "Approve SCA Web Service Binding Specification v1.1 as a Committee Specification"
I'm going to pile on to Jim's comments.
On a personal level, I'm deeply offended that the members from Oracle have decided to undercut the professional value of our collective contributions to this effort, and keep us all from being able to say that we contributed to the successful completions of this standard. Instead of merely abstaining, their vote deliberately torpedoes the efforts of so many for so long. Given that I've worked relatively closely with those of you from Oracle for so long, at least some personal recognition for the rest of us, and our efforts, would have been gracious - even if you're forced to toe the company line. But no.
On a professional level, given the absence of technical concerns behind the "no" votes, I think I need to relate back to the rest of my company that Oracle's presence on any future TC should perhaps be considered toxic to the work of that TC:
Not sure this is really the message that Oracle wishes to send to
the rest of the companies involved at OASIS.
I'd like to hear from the folks at Oracle as to how we can move
forward, either with or without them.
On 6/9/13 12:43 PM, Jim Marino wrote: