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Subject: AW: [ubl] Minutes of Atlantic UBL TC call 20 April 2005

> end of *all* content models
CCTS is a modeling methodology, which allows to do this by creating
qualified ABIEs. I welcome such a customization as mentioned by Ken, which
bases on CCTS models, whereas a customization starting on W3C schemas only
will not get my vote.

-----Ursprungliche Nachricht-----
Von: G. Ken Holman [mailto:gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 21. April 2005 03:08
An: ubl@lists.oasis-open.org
Betreff: Re: [ubl] Minutes of Atlantic UBL TC call 20 April 2005

Congratulations on coming to a decision!

I apologize that I have been unable to participate lately, but given the
announced agreement to go with a number of changes, can we include an
explicit statement regarding "active vs. passive extensibility[1]" which
was interpreted succinctly under "Guidelines for Designing Extensible XML

For example, if we decide to actively support others adding to a UBL
instance will we be adding wildcard element placeholders at the end of
*all* content models so that users of UBL can add their own elements in the
tree at the end of any branch of the tree and still have the instance
validate against the published UBL XSD files?  Users can then pass their
documents against their own schemas for validating their augmentations to
an instance.

I apologize if this has come up already in discussion, but I haven't been
able to be part of the discussion, and I wasn't prepared to bring it up
until we were going to do enough of a change to warrant UBL 2.0.

And I think we should have no qualms about a total revamp for a 2.0 as the
basis for incremental upgrades from now on because we can cite lessons
learned and deployment experience, with which we can claim a successful 1.0

I hope this helps.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken

[2] http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2004/07/21/design.html

At 2005-04-20 17:46 -0700, jon.bosak@sun.com wrote:
>       AGREED:
>        - We will call the next version UBL 2.0
>        - We will redeclare the whole schema set
>        - We will explain that we are not adopting this monolithic
>          approach as our strategy for versioning and that we
>          still intend to produce a methodology for minor versions
>        - We will make everything global (i.e., change ID and Code
>          to global)
>        - We will align with the ATG NDRs as far as possible, in
>          particular with regard to the CCTS modules
>        - We will continue work on a minor revision strategy,
>          recognizing that we already have a workable proposed
>          solution that we nevertheless need to discuss further
>       Remaining issues for next round of NDR team work in Atlantic
>       calls:
>        - Whether namespaces change in minor versions
>        - If so, how namespace prefixes are to be versioned
>        - Whether we need to use substitution groups to effect
>          minor versioning
>        - What degree of backwards incompatibility we can tolerate
>        - How today's decision affects NDR changes decided
>          previously
>        - Issues that still remain on the issues list

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