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Subject: Re: [soa-rm] Groups - OASIS SOA-RM Specification (wd-soa-rm-01.pdf)uploaded

How about this:

We create a new Wiki Page that will act as an index to the various  
sections, and editors will take a first stab at the sections that are  
assigned to them, then place them on the wiki.  We will go through a  
couple revs of each section and discuss it on a telecon, then  
reintegrate it into the specification.

I think this will work because it places lots of focus on individual  
sections and we should end up straying off course less often.


On 26-Apr-05, at 12:33 PM, Matthew MacKenzie wrote:

> I certainly do not mind working in individual sections in Wiki, I just  
> want those sections to be owned by someone, and to correlate directly  
> to the master document.
> If you find yourself locked out for longer than a couple minutes, just  
> click "edit anyway".   9 times out of 10 someone has just forgot to  
> release the edit lock.
> -Matt
> On 26-Apr-05, at 10:42 AM, Francis McCabe wrote:
>> We can discuss this more later on. However, it *must* be possible to  
>> use Wiki for doing the different sections too. In fact, that was my  
>> first reaction when I discovered that I was locked out by Duane --  
>> and then lost the moment for inspiration :(
>> On Apr 26, 2005, at 9:13 AM, Matthew MacKenzie wrote:
>>> I am not in agreement.  My intention was only to work on the outline  
>>> in Wiki, and then start assigning parts to editors.  I find it  
>>> difficult to manage section numbering and doc layout and hierarchy.
>>> I need to manage completion of the RM, and to do that I need to put  
>>> specific editors on the hook for content.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Matt
>>> On 26-Apr-05, at 9:27 AM, Francis McCabe wrote:
>>>> Matt:
>>>>  I think we should *leave* the RM in Wiki until the end of the  
>>>> process -- even then :)
>>>> Frank
>>>> On Apr 25, 2005, at 2:17 PM, mattm@adobe.com wrote:
>>>>> The document named OASIS SOA-RM Specification (wd-soa-rm-01.pdf)  
>>>>> has been
>>>>> submitted by Mr Matthew MacKenzie to the OASIS SOA Reference Model  
>>>>> TC
>>>>> document repository.
>>>>> Document Description:
>>>>> Here is a starting draft of the RM based on Wiki contents as of  
>>>>> now.
>>>>> View Document Details:
>>>>> http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/soa-rm/document.php? 
>>>>> document_id=12391
>>>>> Download Document:
>>>>> http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/soa-rm/download.php/ 
>>>>> 12391/wd-soa-rm-01.pdf
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