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Subject: RE: [ws-caf-editors] context spec?
Ok, I was just trying to input some of my comments, but I do not view any of them as crucial. My apologies for the confusion. Maybe it's just best to fall back to Mark's draft at this point. -----Original Message----- From: Greg Pavlik [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2004 3:22 PM To: Mark Little Cc: Newcomer, Eric; ws-caf editors Subject: Re: [ws-caf-editors] context spec? I don't think we need to expand the spec, I think we need to be precise. In any case, some comments: 1) There's a flow problem now: Definitions, Context structure, WSDL/SOAP issues, back to Context.... It's really confusing. I don't object to the changes per se, but we need to clean this up asap. 2) the abstract is pretty long for an abstract. Is some of that white paper material? 3) there are a few loaded statements: new text that talks about context representing state, for example, that may cause confusion. In any case, I'm concerned that we drive toward precision and clarity, rather than longer rationalizations. I'm especially concerned that we avoid ambiguity. Greg Mark Little wrote: >Thanks. I'll have to take a closer look tonight, but I'm not sure some of the changes make things clearer. I think it could be a case of maybe needed to expand some more. > >Mark. > ----- Original Message ----- > From: Newcomer, Eric > To: Mark Little ; ws-caf editors > Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2004 6:53 AM > Subject: RE: [ws-caf-editors] context spec? > > > Here is the update with my comments included - two versions attached, one with redlines and the other without. > > Eric > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Mark Little [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > Sent: Monday, June 07, 2004 6:24 AM > To: ws-caf editors > Subject: [ws-caf-editors] context spec? > > > Apologies for being out of the loop for the past week, but vacation time and other stuff has had me tied up. So, where are we with regard to the progress of the document? > > Mark. > > ---- > Mark Little, > Chief Architect, Transactions, > Arjuna Technologies Ltd. > > www.arjuna.com > > > >