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Subject: Re: [search-ws] Fwd: [members] Proposed Charter for OASIS Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) TC
Let's discuss at this morning's call. --Ray ----- Original Message ----- From: "Kerry Blinco" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Monday, September 22, 2008 8:34 AM Subject: [search-ws] Fwd: [members] Proposed Charter for OASIS Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) TC Ray do we comment on other oasis charters such as this? The charter mentions > * To assess the relationship of CMIS to other related standards and > industry > efforts. These include JCR (JSR-170, JSR-283), WebDAV, and other > relevant > standards. I would think the relationship to this sws activity might also be relevant? regards Kerry Begin forwarded message: > From: "Mary McRae" <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Date: 11 September 2008 9:31:20 AM > To: <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Cc: <email@example.com> > Subject: [members] Proposed Charter for OASIS Content Management > Interoperability Services (CMIS) TC > Reply-To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > To OASIS Members: > > A draft TC charter has been submitted to establish the OASIS Content > Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) Technical Committee > (below). In > accordance with the OASIS TC Process Policy section 2.2: > (http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/ > process-2008-06-19.php#formation) the > proposed charter is hereby submitted for comment. The comment > period shall > remain open until 11:45 pm ET on 24 September 2008. > > OASIS maintains a mailing list for the purpose of submitting > comments on > proposed charters. Any OASIS member may post to this list by > sending email > to: > mailto:email@example.com. All messages > will be > publicly archived at: > http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/oasis-charter-discuss/. > Members who > wish to receive emails must join the group by selecting "join > group" on the > group home page: > http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/oasis-charter-discuss/. > Employees of organizational members do not require primary > representative > approval to subscribe to the oasis-charter-discuss e-mail. > > A telephone conference will be held among the Convener, the OASIS TC > Administrator, and those proposers who wish to attend within four > days of > the close of the comment period. The announcement and call-in > information > will be noted on the OASIS Charter Discuss Group Calendar. > > We encourage member comment and ask that you note the name of the > proposed > TC ([CMIS]) in the subject line of your email message. > > Regards, > > Mary > > --------------------------------------------------- > Mary P McRae > Director, Technical Committee Administration > OASIS: Advancing open standards for the information society > email: firstname.lastname@example.org > web: www.oasis-open.org > phone: 1.603.232.9090 > > =========== > PROPOSED CHARTER FOR REVIEW AND COMMENT > 1A Name of the TC: > > OASIS Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) Technical > Committee > > 1B Statement of Purpose: > > Historically content management systems were purchased for specific > application uses and this led to islands of incompatible systems. > The lack > of a standard interface to content management systems made it > difficult to > integrate content from multiple repositories into a single > application such > as a portal, CRM system, or office desktop. It also made it > difficult for > ISVs and integrators to build applications that supported multiple > content > management systems consistently or easily. > > The purpose of the Content Management Interoperability Services > (CMIS) TC > will define a domain model including a data model and abstract > capabilities > for Content Management (CM) and a set of bindings that can be used by > applications to work with one or more Content Management > Repositories/systems and that can be implemented by content > repositories and > enable interoperability across repositories for the set of use > cases below. > These capabilities and interfaces will not match every existing > content > management system and may require some level of change to existing > products, > at least in terms of conforming existing interfaces to those > defined here. > However, it is an explicit goal that CMIS Domain Model and Bindings > will NOT > require major product changes or significant data model changes in > existing > major CM repositories. > > As such, the CMIS TC should define a domain model and bindings that > are > designed to be layered on top of existing Content Management > systems and > their existing programmatic interfaces. This TC should not > prescribe how > specific features should be implemented within those ECM systems. > This TC is > intended to define a generic/universal set of capabilities provided > by an > ECM system and a set of services for working with those capabilities. > > 1C Scope of work: > > The TC will accept as input Version 0.5 of the CMIS specification as > published by EMC, IBM and Microsoft on September 10th, 2008. The > specification is located at: > * http://community.emc.com/community/labs/cmis > * > http://www.ibm.com/software/data/content-management/cm- > interoperablity-servi > ces.html > * http://www.microsoft.com/sharepoint/capabilities/ecm/cmis.mspx > > Other contributions and changes to the input documents will be > accepted for > consideration without any prejudice or restrictions and evaluated > based on > technical merit in so far as they conform to this charter. > > The initial set of deliverables will be targeted for the following use > cases: > * Collaborative Content Applications > * Portals leveraging Content Management repositories > * Mashups > > The following use cases should be able to be supported by CMIS > Domain Model > and Bindings, but are not primary drivers: > * Workflow and BPM-centric applications utilizing Content > * Archival Applications > * Compound and Virtual Documents > * Electronic and Legal Discovery > The following use cases are out of scope for the initial set of > deliverables: > * Records Management and Compliance > * Digital Asset Management > * Web Content Management > * Subscription and Notification Services > > > Also, this TC will engage in maintenance of the specifications > produced by > this TC. > > The tasks of the TC include: > * To articulate the principles of the interoperable content management > through formal specifications > * To assess the relationship of CMIS to other related standards and > industry > efforts. These include JCR (JSR-170, JSR-283), WebDAV, and other > relevant > standards. > * To define appropriate specifications for interoperable content > management > o Including schemas, such as XSD > o Including service definitions, such as WSDL > * To standardize the common types of entities and capabilities in CM > * To encourage cooperation within and between the various topical > domains > and groups > > Maintenance > > Once the TC has completed work on a deliverable and it has become > an OASIS > standard, the TC will enter "maintenance mode" for the deliverable. > > The purpose of maintenance mode is to provide minor revisions to > previously > adopted deliverables to clarify ambiguities, inconsistencies and > obvious > errors. Maintenance mode is not intended to enhance a deliverable > or extend > its functionality. > > The TC will collect issues raised against the deliverables and > periodically > process those issues. Issues that request or require new or enhanced > functionality shall be marked as enhancement requests and set > aside. Issues > that result in the clarification or correction of the deliverables > shall be > processed. The TC shall maintain a list of these adopted > clarifications and > shall periodically create a new minor revision of the deliverables > including > these updates. Periodically, but at least once a year, the TC shall > produce > and vote upon a new minor revision of the deliverables. > > After the first set of deliverables, the TC will continue to work > on the > next versions of the specification. The next versions can address > new or > refine existing use cases by extending the domain model as well as > defining > new bindings as appropriate to support Interoperable Content > Management. > > 1D List of Deliverables: > > The initial set of deliverables and projected duration: > * CMIS Domain model specification (September 2009) > * CMIS SOAP-based Web Services binding specification (September 2009) > * CMIS REST/Atom-based Web Services binding specification > (September 2009) > > 1E IPR Mode: > > The IP mode for the TC will be RF on RAND. > > 1F Audience for the TC: > > The primary audience for the final output of this TC includes ECM > and BCS > application architects and ECM repository architects and implementers. > > 1G The language in which the TC shall conduct business: > > English > > 2 – Non-normative information > 2A identification of similar or applicable work that is being done > in other > OASIS TCs or by other organizations: > WebDAV: Not targeting ECM and does not provide a CM domain model > JCR: Java based specification and does not specify a protocol > > 2B Date, time and place of the first TC meeting: > * 12PM EDT/9AM PDT, 11/10/2008, conference call hosted by EMC > > 2C On-going meeting schedule: > The CMIS TC will meet by telephone every other week at Monday 9AM > PST. The > time, date and recurrence of the periodic phone call will be > confirmed at > the first TC meeting. The meetings will last no more than two > hours. The > CMIS TC will hold face-to-face meetings 3 times a year for three days > starting: > * 1/19/2009 (Redmond, Washington, hosted by Ethan Gur-esh, Microsoft) > > 2D names, electronic mail addresses, and membership affiliations of > at least > Minimum Membership > Albert Brown, email@example.com, IBM > Cornelia Davis, Davis_Cornelia@emc.com, EMC > Craig Randall, Randall_Craig@emc.com, EMC > Derek Carr, firstname.lastname@example.org, IBM > David Caruana, email@example.com, Alfresco > David Choy, Choy_David@emc.com, EMC > Dustin Friesenhahn, firstname.lastname@example.org, Microsoft > Paul Goetz, email@example.com, SAP > Ethan Gur-esh, firstname.lastname@example.org, Microsoft > Martin Hermes, email@example.com, SAP > Jens Hübel, firstname.lastname@example.org, Open Text > Ryan McVeigh, email@example.com, Oracle > Gregory Melahn, firstname.lastname@example.org, IBM > Pat Miller, email@example.com, Microsoft > Florian Müller, firstname.lastname@example.org, Open Text > John Newton, email@example.com, Alfresco > Norrie Quinn, firstname.lastname@example.org, EMC > Steve Roth, email@example.com, Oracle > > 2E Convener > Al Brown, IBM, firstname.lastname@example.org > > 2G Input Specifications > CMIS Part I – Domain Model v0.5 > CMIS Part II – Web Services Binding v0.5 > CMIS Part II – REST-Atom Binding v0.5 > CMIS -- Appendices v0.5 > (Available at: > * http://community.emc.com/community/labs/cmis > * > http://www.ibm.com/software/data/content-management/cm- > interoperablity-servi > ces.html > * http://www.microsoft.com/sharepoint/capabilities/ecm/cmis.mspx ) > > 2I Proposed Specification Titles > Content Management Interoperability Specification, Domain Model > Content Management Interoperability Specification, Web Service Binding > Content Management Interoperability Specification, REST/Atom Binding > > > > > > > > > > --------------------------------------------------------------------- > This email list is used solely by OASIS for official consortium > communications. > Opt-out requests may be sent to email@example.com, > however, all members are strongly encouraged to maintain a > subscription to this list. 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