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Subject: Fw: Webinar and PR update notes from Jan 17 call

Participants in today's call:  John Evdemon, Charlton Barreto, Khanderao Kand, Chris Keller, Dieter Koenig, Allen Brookes, Frank Ryan, Simon Moser, Mark Ford, Wu Chou.

Primer update:  Charlton, Simon and Dieter are still working on adding material to the draft primer.  Following that, the team will need to work on an overall editing pass and may want to add more sections.  Once that's complete, we'll need to allow for at least a couple weeks for review by the TC before its made public.  It doesn't appear likely that the work will be able to complete before March.   We'll need to watch the calendar carefully relative to the April deadline to transition to a new IPR policy or close the TC.  

Webinar update:  No major changes were made to the proposal to have two webinars.  I've asked Dee Schur if this would be possible but haven't heard back as yet.  We went ahead and made plans to finalize the abstracts for TC review by next meeting on Jan 24.  
For the  "What is BPEL" topic:  Dieter, Charlton and Frank expressed interest in participating in the webinar.  Frank volunteered to flesh out the abstract.  Dieter has sent a presentation deck that may be used as a starting point.  
For the "How to use BPEL" topic: John and Chris expressed interest in participating and John volunteered to flesh out the abstract.  John is working on a deck that may be used as a starting point.  
We'll review these abstracts with the full TC at the Jan 24 meeting and if ok, will send to Dee for webinar planning and invitation prep.  Others may still volunteer to speak but if there are more than 3 volunteers per topic, we'll some sort of selection process to not exceed the recommended max of 3 speakers.  

We also had some discussion on the possibility of arranging a demo.  The main question is whether there are enough companies interested in doing this to make it worthwhile.  It was proposed that the focus should be on various engines executing the same process rather than trying to show interop since the interop is provided by virtue of web services not BPEL itself.  I'll start an email thread asking for interested parties for such a demo.  

John has looked at the "xxx.xml.org" sample sites that Dee suggested as examples of what we could do for BPEL and noted that they seem to have ongoing maintenance and updates to keep them current.  We deferred consideration of this topic to a later timeframe.  
Regards, Diane
IBM  Emerging Internet Software Standards
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