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Subject: RE: [tgf] Notes from today's editorial meeting
Sorry, I loaded it to the OASIS document repository, KAVI, but forgot to notify people:
Any edits to this version should be sent back to me, rather than the list at this stage, so that I can incorporate them all into a ‘Gold Standard’ copy to load again to KAVI.
Could you send a word version of the patterns doc please?
Managing Partner, CS Transform Ltd, +44 7951 754 060
Notes from the TGF Editorial meeting held today at 08.00 PDT / 16.00 BST
We worked with the document entitled “TGF-PL-v1.0-wd03-incomplete (2011-07-05)” and the spreadsheet “PL-Core Status” as the basis for discussions.
· Agreed to stick with the current set of 20 patterns for the ‘core’ of the Pattern Language to be moved forward
· This ‘Core’ could be extended in the future
· PL draft to be uploaded to KAVI in editable form.
· Two patterns to be drafted and completed,  and  (Peter)
· Five patterns to be finalised, ,  (John); ,  (Chris);  (Colin/Peter)
· Title of  needs reviewing (reference to Governance could be confusing)
· Comments and edits received so far, to be incorporated (Peter)
· Patterns  and  should be inverted, to respect flow of concepts
· Entire set will be reviewed for consistency and correspondence with TGF Primer (Nig)
· TGF Primer will be reviewed in light of the Pattern Language (Chris/Peter)
· Both the Pattern Language and the Primer will be presented to the next TC meeting (21 July) with a view to moving them both to formal Committee (Specification and Note, respectively) Draft status and publishing them for public review
· Name of the draft specification should reflect that it is a “core” set of patterns; that the current patterns together with any future ones together constitute the TGF Pattern Language; and that the TGF remains, as a framework, the overarching collection of all artefacts
· Next editorial meeting call: Wednesday 13 July at 08.00 PDT / 16.00 BST
Peter F Brown
Transforming our Relationships with Information Technologies
P.O. Box 49719, Los Angeles, CA 90049, USA