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Subject: Re: [wsbpel-reqts] issue coordination call Wed. Aug 13 - 11am eastern

I must have had an subtraction fault (11-3=9).  It was supposed to be 8am pacific just like the tc meetings.  No wonder there weren't as many folks on as I expected!  My apologies for the confusion.  
I'll try to put a summary of what we discussed together later for the group.

Regards, Diane
IBM  Dynamic e-business Technologies
(919)254-7221 or 8-444-7221, Mobile: 919-624-5123

Sid Askary <saskary@nuperus.com>

08/13/2003 01:27 PM

        To:        Diane Jordan/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS
        Subject:        Re: [wsbpel-reqts] issue coordination call Wed. Aug 13 - 11am eastern

I tried around 9 PDT and there was no one on line. Did you mean On the west
coast it would be 8:00 AM?  Did I miss the call already?

On Tue, 12 Aug 2003 16:21:43 -0600, Diane Jordan <drj@us.ibm.com> wrote:

> We have an issue coordination subgroup call tomorrow, Wed. Aug 13, at 11
> am eastern/9 pacific/5 Germany.  Dial in is:  1-877-988-8393, int'l 203
> 566-8013, pc 484868.   Agenda items are:  develop a plan for issues to
> cover in the Aug. 20 call, start plans for those to put on the f2f
> agenda.
> Some input for discussion: I've gotten input from some of the initial
> authors on issue priorities and possible categories which may be of
> interest to the TC:  They've also agreed to act as champions for a number
> of these, where others haven't volunteered - I'll be getting Peter an
> email with the names/numbers sometime tomorrow.    If these seem
> reasonable to the group, we may want to start organizing the discussion
> of issues on calls or at the f2f around categories.
> In terms of potential issues for the next call, based on the email
> traffic, I'm thinking we can ask the following folks if they would be
> ready with a proposal for discussion/possible resolution on the next
> call: issue 2 - Kevin Liu, issue 45 - Danny van der Rijn, issue 11 -
> Yaron Goland/Danny v., issue 33 - Bernd Eckenfels, issue 44 - Mike Marin.
> If so, I will put them on the agenda and try to get a proposal circulated
> by end of day monday.   Let me know if you have others to suggest.
> I've forwarded a note below from Alastair Green suggesting we devote a
> large part of the agenda at the f2f to a proposal from Choreography
> dealing with compensations issues.  Its not clear whether this would
> cover outstanding compensation related issues or new ones (or what
> combination). I'd like your opinions on this.
> For those on copy - if you care to join the call, you are welcome as
> always.
> Regards, Diane
> IBM  Dynamic e-business Technologies
> drj@us.ibm.com
> (919)254-7221 or 8-444-7221, Mobile: 919-624-5123
> ----- Forwarded by Diane Jordan/Raleigh/IBM on 08/12/2003 06:09 PM -----
> "Green, Alastair J." <Alastair.Green@choreology.com>
> 08/06/2003 09:58 AM
> To:     Diane Jordan/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS, <jevdemon@microsoft.com>,
> <monica.martin@sun.com>
> cc:     "Haugen Robert" <Robert.Haugen@choreology.com>, "Pope, Bill"
> <Bill.Pope@choreology.com>, "Furniss, Peter"
> <Peter.Furniss@choreology.com>, "Fletcher, Tony"

> <Tony.Fletcher@choreology.com>
> Subject:        Proposed item(s) for F2F agenda
> Dear Diane, John and Monica,
> We in Choreology are working up a comprehensive submission proposing
> additions to the current BPEL draft to take account of business
> transaction management (BTM). This submission is in line with the TC
> Charter work item on recovery and exception handling, and is in pursuit
> of the draft's statements on the need to define relationship of BPEL to
> BTM.
> The proposal will incorporate 5 to 10 distinct issues (complete with
> outline proposed solutions and named issue champions); will show how
> business transaction scopes can be generated, propagated between
> processes and web services; how processes will act as participants in
> such business transactions, and how processes can determine transaction
> outcomes.
> We are working to obtain support from other TC members before publishing
> the full submission, likely in the first week of September.
> We would like to see a full day of the 2.5 day F2F dedicated to this
> major theme -- from the issues list, discussion at the last F2F, and
> informal discussion thereafter, we believe this is a substantial topic of
> wide interest within the TC.
> Wanted to let you know this before raising it at today's call, if the
> issue of F2F agenda is indeed being discussed.
> Yours,
> Alastair


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