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Subject: Re: [egov] [chairs] Spec/Standard Interop Demo at XML 2003


I would suggest using the WSRP TC's spec (Web Services for Remote 
Portlets using WSDL and your registry tool for ebXML--this spec is 
heavily weighted toward UDDI, but should be tested to wider 
audiences) to deliver Weather Warnings/Updates using the EM TC's 
recommended spec: CAP (Common Alerting Protocol) which can also be 
used to connect USGS/NOAA and thus demonstrate usages of interest to 
the E-Gov TC. There's probably a lot of leg work that needs to be 
done, but I would be happy to put you in touch with the appropriate 
people if you think this is a good idea.


>Thank you.  FYI - Yellow Dragon Software will be showcasing our 
>ebXML registry product.   We have not decided exactly what to 
>demonstrate yet however.    I would be very interested in hearing 
>from anyone in this group with a use case for a Registry/Repository 
>system that uses at least one other OASIS spec or work.
>Please contact Matt and myself offline.
>best wishes
>Duane Nickull
>Yellow Dragon Software - http://www.yellowdragonsoft.com
>Web Services & ebXML Messaging / Registry Downloads
>Project Team Lead - UN/CEFACT eBusiness Architecture
>Phone:   +1 (604) 738-1051 - Canada: Pacific Standard Time
>Direct:  +1 (604) 726-3329
>john.borras@e-envoy.gsi.gov.uk wrote:
>>If anybody wishes to take up this opportunity will they please 
>>contact Dee direct.
>>----- Forwarded by John Borras/e-Envoy/CabinetOffice on 14/07/2003 
>>08:10 -----
>>"dee schur" <dee.schur@oasis-open.org>
>>08/07/2003 20:40
>>         To:        <chairs@lists.oasis-open.org>
>>         cc:       
>>         Subject:        [chairs] Spec/Standard Interop Demo at XML 2003
>>Dear Chairs,
>>We have been approached by IDEAlliance with what seems like a terrific
>>opportunity with enough lead time to actually accomplish the mission at
>>hand. As you may know, XML 2003 <http://www.xmlconference.org/xmlusa/>
>>will occur in Philly from 7-12 December. They would like to expand the
>>program to include interoperability demonstrations of OASIS approved specs
>>standards. We have had a lot of success with these types of demos in the
>>past, therefore, we would like to encourage you and your TC to consider
>>this option. We are looking for at least four member vendors with stable
>>implementation products to commit to each spec/standard demo. We have
>>flexibility with scheduling and space.
>>Please discuss this with your TC and feel free to contact me with
>>questions or concerns. I am available to help orchestrate the demos and
>>with logistics.
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