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Subject: Re: [soa-rm-ra] How can non-OASIS folks engage with the SOA-RA subcommittee?
Anil: OASIS is not a pay-to-play organization, but there are still rules of engagement. The basic rules of the game are: 1. To fully participate, someone has to be a member of OASIS, the RM TC and the RA STC. For an individual, membership of OASIS runs to $300. 2. Once the committee starts publishing drafts, members of OASIS are free to submit comments and issues. (We are not going to turn down a comment or issue from a non-OASIS member unless it is egregious.) 3. Once the committee publishes a public working draft, all members of the public may submit comments and issues. Frank On Jan 9, 2007, at 7:49 AM, John, Anil wrote: > Given our discussion at the F2F on getting wider community input into > our work, I blogged about the Governance piece @ > <http://www.aniltj.com/blog/2007/01/03/ > OASISSOARAAStartingPointForGovern > ance.aspx> > Alternate Link @ http://tinyurl.com/sw64e > > A question that has come up in the comments, and from some folks who > have pinged me directly is, how can they engage with the committee at > large? I am pretty much scoping the RA topic on my blog to > governance as > that is something that I have a great deal of interest in and am > willing > to act as a conduit for the committee on that topic. But there are > folks who have expressed interest in topics beyond governance. How can > we accommodate them? > > Please note that I am making a point of informing the folks that the > blog is a secondary channel for communication and that the primary > channel is to directly engage with OASIS (if a member). But what if > you > are NOT an OASIS member? Is the public SOA-RM Comment List @ > http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/comments/index.php? > wg_abbrev=soa-rm > something that can be used for this purpose? Or should there be a > public > SOA-RA comments listserv that can be created? > > Would appreciate some discussion on how this can be accomplished > within > the parameters given by OASIS. > > Regards, > > - Anil > > :- > :- Anil John > :- Johns Hopkins University - APL > :- http://www.jhuapl.edu > :- (240) 228-0612 > :- > :- E-Mail Response Time: 24 hrs > :- >