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Subject: [ubl] FW: UN/CEFACT - ebXML Core Component TS 2nd Public Review
From: Klaus-Dieter Naujok [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, September 30, 2002 8:47 PM
To: UN/CEFACT TMG General Discussion List
Subject: UN/CEFACT - ebXML Core Component TS 2nd Public Review
UN/CEFACT Releases ebXML Core Component Technical Specification for 2nd Public Review
Geneva, Switzerland, 1 October 2002 - UN/CEFACT’s Techniques and Methodologies Group (TMG) is announcing the release of its ''UN/CEFACT - ebXML Core Component Technical Specification, Version 1.85'' for Public Review under its Open Development Process.
Under this process all interested parties have the opportunity to review, comment on, and contribute to Technical Specifications. This step is a critical part of the UN/CEFACT Open Development Process. Comments from the public frequently raise fundamental process and technical issues - missed by the expert project team member – therefore considerably improved the specifications. This public review period ends 22 November 2002. Please submit your comments to Hans Armfelt Hansell <e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org > (Deputy Director - Trade Development and Timber Division).
In order to assist in the review and commenting, the Technical Specification has each line start with a unique line number to allow placements of comments against them. For each comment, reviewers shall provide the specification's line number range, the comment itself, the rational for the comment, and suggestion for change.
After the end of the review period the project team will review all the comments, criticisms, and suggestions from the public, and further refine and improve the specification. As changes are made, the updated document and disposition log will be republished at the web site. This will allow everyone to not only see the changes, but also the rational behind them and reasons for suggestions that were not accepted. Experience has shown that 2or 3 iterations are enough to address the public comments and to build consensus for the final version of the specification.
Hartmut Hermes, Core Component Project Team Lead
Klaus-Dieter Naujok, TMWG Chair
Due to the size of the file it is not attached. The file will be available from the UN/CEFACT website (http://www.unece.org/cefact/) the moment the UN/Secretariat has posted this announcement.
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