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Subject: RE: [tgf] Groups - Mapping of TGF components (Framework Structure and Conformance - v1 (21-Jan-2011).pdf) uploaded


Shame you couldn't make the call today.  Basically folks on the call are very content with where this is going but would now like to move to the next stage, that of an outline document that starts to put flesh on the pictures in the attached.  Also this might help with the thorny question of what bits are to become the Standard and which will be Notes.

Perhaps you and I can have a Skype call on Wednesday to discuss progress please.  We did suggest may be a further call next week or the following week to review a first cut document but I didn't want to commit you to that today.

I've raised a few questions in the attached which we might also discuss on a call on Wed.


-----Original Message-----
From: peter@peterfbrown.com [mailto:peter@peterfbrown.com] 
Sent: 21 January 2011 23:41
To: tgf@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [tgf] Groups - Mapping of TGF components (Framework Structure and Conformance - v1 (21-Jan-2011).pdf) uploaded

As promised at this week's meeting, and after further discussion with
Chris, here is a revised slide deck showing the proposed structure and
conformance of the TGF

 -- Mr. Peter Brown

The document named Mapping of TGF components (Framework Structure and
Conformance - v1 (21-Jan-2011).pdf) has been submitted by Mr. Peter Brown
to the OASIS Transformational Government Framework TC document repository.

Document Description:
As discussed at the TC meeting of 19 Jan 2011, this slide deck presents the
proposed structure of the TGF, its component parts and the proposed
conformance criteria.

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