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Subject: Re: [tm-pubsubj] Positions, process and PubSubj


The TC seems newly invigorated and all parties 
are back in place so I hardly feel like I can 
bow out now and miss all the fun! I'm still on 
the mailing list so will renew with OASIS before 
11/1 and hope not to be discontinued. I'm happy 
to continue as secretary and equally happy to 
turn it over to someone else (or share the 
wealth). Glad we will all still be working 


--On Monday, October 27, 2003 9:59 AM -0500 
Patrick Durusau <Patrick.Durusau@sbl-site.org> 

> Bernard,
> I think we have all known each other and 
worked together long
> enough that the various position questions are 
largely a matter
> of complying with the process that is required.
> Since we are now procedurally valid, let's 
turn our attention to
> substative questions and see if we can 
capatalize on all the good
> work that Mary reminded me has already been 
done for PubSubj.
> It is my hope that the work in this TC (and 
other related ones)
> will be so relevant and important to both its 
current and
> potential members, that not only will our 
current members stay,
> but we will attract others to share the load 
that has been borne
> by you and others for a long time.
> Lots of work left to do and I think plenty of 
hats to go around!
> Hope everyone is at the start of a great week!
> Patrick
> Bernard Vatant wrote:
>> The bad news is that I've just got aware of 
the ballot, and that
>> it is too late for me to vote, by two days :(
>> The good news is that I have the right to 
access the details of
>> the ballot results on Kavi :)
>> What I get is the following
>> ====
>> Option 1
>> Wrap up the TC and bring its work as input to 
some relevant part
>> of W3C. 3 votes  	(25%)
>> Option 2
>> Keep the TC going after serious charter 
revision, and some kind
>> of provision for support from companies.
>> 2 votes 	(17%)
>> Option 3
>> No need to change anything in the current 
charter and roadmap,
>> keep business as usual.
>> 7 votes	(58%)
>> Eligible members who have voted:  12 of 14 
>> ====
>> That's a pretty clear input, so it's business 
as usual. Since I
>> had, before my "blackout", clearly expressed 
that I would resign
>> as Chair if Option 3 was taken, and since 
both TC majority and
>> new Chair are in favour of it, I guess all is 
well from a
>> process viewpoint.
>> Bernard
>> To unsubscribe from this mailing list (and be 
removed from the
>> roster of the OASIS TC), go to
>> http://www.oasis-
>> leave_workgroup.php.
> -- 
> Patrick Durusau
> Director of Research and Development
> Society of Biblical Literature
> Patrick.Durusau@sbl-site.org
> Chair, V1 - Text Processing: Office and 
Publishing Systems
> Interface Co-Editor, ISO 13250, Topic Maps -- 
Reference Model
> Topic Maps: Human, not artificial, 
intelligence at work!

Suellen Stringer-Hye
Jean and Alexander Heard Library
Vanderbilt University

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