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Subject: Re: [trans-ws] Translation Web Services meeting

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, January 09, 2003 5:32 PM
Subject: [trans-ws] Translation Web Services meeting

Hi all,
Thanks very much for joining the Trans-WS mailing list and announcing your intention to join this TC. I would like to invite you to our first meeting. Tony Jewtushenko of Oracle has very kindly offered his conference phone facility for the meeting. The details are below.

A MeetingPlace conference has been scheduled.
International Dial-In: +44 118 924 0290
UK, Ireland Internal Dial-In: x40290
UK National Dial-In: 0870 550 3090
When: January 16, 2003, 04:00 PM Europe/Dublin
Meeting ID: 58633

The agenda for the first meeting is a standard one set by Oasis as listed below.
  1. Welcome by chair
  2. Roll call by chair or secretary to match the names of pre-registered people against the meeting attendees in order to determine TC membership. To become a member at the first meeting, the person must 1) be eligible, i.e. be an employee of an OASIS member organization or an Individual member of OASIS; 2) have notified the chair of the person's intent to participate 15 days before the first meeting; and 3) attended the first meeting.
  3. Review of OASIS TC process and IPR policy; OASIS staff can help with this.  - Karl Best will attend the meeting
  4. Review of TC charter (statement of purpose, goals, deliverables, schedule, etc.). Discussion whether there is any need to clarify the charter, and discussion of how to accomplish the goals set forth in the charter. By joining the TC a person accepts the charter and chair as proposed, so no ratification is required, but any issues or comments related to the charter (and choice of chair) should be addressed. The TC may clarify the charter at any time by majority vote.
  5. Vote on any standing rules for the TC, such as whether to allow voting via email.
  6. Selection/volunteers for the following positions. Most of these are the chair's responsibilities but can be delegated. These positions could be filled by election, or by volunteers that are then ratified or accepted by the TC membership.
  7. vice-chair (if necessary)
  8. editor
  9. secretary
  10. webmaster
  11. liaisons with other applicable standards groups or OASIS TCs
  12. Split into subcommittees if necessary (each will need its own charter, chair and editor, liaisons with other subcommittees, etc.).
  13. Discussion and acceptance of contributed work.
  14. Set meeting schedule; ask for volunteers for hosting meetings.

Peter Reynolds, Software Development Manager
Bowne Global Solutions, formerly Berlitz GlobalNET
3, West Pier Business Campus, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland
Tel: +353-1-202-1280
Fax: +353-1- 202-1299
Web Site: http//www.bowneglobal.com


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