Subject: Re: [ubl-dev] Call for participation: UBL 1.1
sorry for even asking. Quoting john hardin <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > Hello to all ß > I couldn't sit through this bit of folly without commenting: > > Not only is ebXML alive and well for implementation: > > - General Motors > - National Institutes of Health > - Verizon > - British Ministry of Health > - others I'm sure I'm not aware of > > but also is the only capable method for conducting eBusiness on a truly > open and standard basis. > > The 4 specs for ebXML (CPA, Message Service, Business Process and > Reg/Rep) offer complete and robust mechanisms for transport, > reliability, partner identity, access control, and non-repudiation. > > The WS* specs are not ready for prime time. There are near 50 of them. > It's not feasible, so far. I trust that they will eventually get there. > But rational companies that need to build large scale (multiple > thousands of partners) ecosystems can't do anything but ebXML. > > Don't let the glitter and bright lights of marketing blind you. > > john hardin > > > > > > > > > > On Thu, 2004-11-25 at 15:11, email@example.com wrote: > > John & anybody else, > > > > It's pretty obvious that UBL is probably alive and well. > > > > But what has happened with ebxml? that doesn't seem to > > be making the same rate of progress forward. > > > > Might it be true that the only good thing to come out > > of ebxml is actually UBL? > > > > David > > > > > > Quoting firstname.lastname@example.org: > > > > > Hello UBL community, > > > > > > With the ratification of UBL 1.0 as an OASIS Standard, work is now > > > beginning on UBL 1.1. In this phase, scheduled for completion at > > > the end of 2005, the emphasis shifts to deployment of 1.0 and > > > enhancements to an already completed initial specification. This > > > transition provides an excellent opportunity for anyone who wishes > > > to get in at the beginning of what promises to become a > > > significant web technology. > > > > > > The following UBL team and subcommittee positions are currently > > > open: > > > > > > TC secretary: takes minutes, keeps attendance records, helps > > > maintain the UBL TC web page > > > > > > UBL Software Subcommittee (SSC): implementations, > > > interoperability, best practices, documentation, internal > > > workflow > > > > > > UBL Human Interface Subcommittee (HISC): UBL input forms and > > > output formatting > > > > > > NDR Team: maintaining and enhancing the UBL Naming and Design > > > Rules > > > > > > Code List Team: further developing the ground-breaking UBL code > > > list specifications (joint project with NIST eBSC) > > > > > > Liaisons: from organizations wishing to work with UBL, > > > especially ones that wish their requirements reflected in UBL > > > 1.1 > > > > > > Localization Subcommittees: helping with our existing Chinese, > > > Japanese, Korean, and Spanish LSCs, or forming a new one for > > > the languages we haven't covered yet > > > > > > The UBL TC itself: policy, submission screening and processing, > > > Q/A > > > > > > Face-to-face UBL TC meetings for the coming year include: > > > > > > Feb 2005 in Washington, D.C. > > > May 2005 in Beijing > > > Aug 2005 in Ottawa > > > Nov 2005 in Santa Clara > > > > > > Attendance at the face-to-face meetings is encouraged, but regular > > > phone conferences make it possible to meaningfully contribute to > > > the work without traveling. The TC meets every week in two > > > two-hour sessions, one intended for members in the U.S. and > > > Europe, and the other intended for members in the U.S. and > > > Asia-Pacific. The "Atlantic" TC call takes place every Wednesday > > > at 08h00-10h00 in San Francisco (16h00-18h00 in London), and the > > > "Pacific" TC call takes place every Thursday at 08h30-10h30 in > > > Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing, and Perth (09h30-11h30 Thursday in > > > Tokyo and Seoul, 16h30-18h30 Wednesday afternoon in San > > > Francisco). The teams and subcommittees hold additional weekly > > > calls at times designed to accommodate the schedules of their > > > participants. > > > > > > Participation in OASIS TCs is limited to OASIS members or > > > employees of OASIS member organizations. Individual OASIS > > > memberships are still just USD 250 per year, and organizational > > > memberships begin at USD 1000 for nonprofits. > > > > > > If you are an expert in XML, data input/output, EDI, or a > > > particular business domain, and you wish to join the UBL 1.1 > > > project, please contact me at the address above. > > > > > > Jon Bosak > > > Chair, OASIS UBL Technical Committee > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------- > > This message was sent using IMP, the Internet Messaging Program. > > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------- This message was sent using IMP, the Internet Messaging Program.