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Subject: RE: [soa-blueprints] Joined the tc for...

I have a restricted travel budget at the moment, so the East Coast would be 
best for me right now.


At 07:56 AM 1/31/2006, Miko Matsumura wrote:
>So where and when would work for an F2F?
>As I mentioned in the last call, I think this would be helpful in order to 
>get the people some social interaction to get the working styles and some 
>of the more practical aspects of interacting across a broadly distributed 
>We will likely not be able to assemble everyone, as it's a pretty big group--
>How about March? What would be the easiest location for people? Is anyone 
>planning to go to the SOA Executive Forum in San Francisco in March 
>(Infoworld event)? Other suggestions?
>         -----Original Message-----
>         From: Ken Laskey [mailto:klaskey@mitre.org]
>         Sent: Thu 1/26/2006 11:23 AM
>         To: Beack, Theo; marchadr@wellsfargo.com; 
> soa-blueprints@lists.oasis-open.org
>         Cc:
>         Subject: RE: [soa-blueprints] Joined the tc for...
>         Reading Theo's motivation, a side issue comes to mind that I want to
>         raise but not necessarily intend we resolve at this moment.
>         Theo notes the need for "detailed and practical examples".  What
>         level of validation or other pedigree MUST (or at least SHOULD) we
>         provide with any examples to convince our audience that this is more
>         than Powerpoint engineering?  Many SDOs require several independent
>         implementations of their specs or parts thereof to get their
>         respective standards label.  Do we need to do that or something
>         analogous to it?
>         Ken
>         P.S. For why I joined, I am interested to see what a blueprint is,
>         what tangible purpose it serves, and to make sure any deliverable of
>         the TC reflects (or at least considers) the real needs I see for my
>         sponsors/end-users.
>         At 08:41 PM 1/25/2006, Beack, Theo wrote:
>         >I joined because I saw an urgent need within the user community for
>         >guidance on how to implement SOA. Organizations are trying to 
> come to
>         >grips with SOA and many architects (and developers) are looking for
>         >detailed and practical examples on how to architect their SOA
>         >architectures as well as how to solve specific business and 
> technical
>         >problems using SOA principles. Most developers "code by 
> example". I saw
>         >the adoption blueprints as a way for architects to "architect by
>         >example".
>         >
>         >I joined in the hope that this TC would help the user community by
>         >providing well thought through and clearly documented 
> blueprints, which
>         >they could use as a reference on which they can base their SOA
>         >implementations.
>         >
>         >I also joined to contribute to these adoption blueprints by 
> sharing my
>         >knowledge and experience.
>         >
>         >Theo
>         >-----Original Message-----
>         >From: marchadr@wellsfargo.com [mailto:marchadr@wellsfargo.com]
>         >Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 09:57
>         >To: soa-blueprints@lists.oasis-open.org
>         >Subject: [soa-blueprints] Joined the tc for...
>         >
>         >
>         >Each of use joined the TC for some reason what was it exactly?
>         >
>         >What did each of you expect to get or contribute from it?
>         >
>         >This is the real question it seems.
>         >
>         >- dan
>         --
>            /   Ken
>         Laskey 
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