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Re: Per our discussion, here is the session description

From: Jose M. Alonso <josema@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2009 23:54:51 +0200
Cc: "eGov IG" <public-egov-ig@w3.org>
Message-Id: <ECF9C3DF-CBF0-41B8-BBB3-146B176CF266@w3.org>
To: "Novak, Kevin" <KevinNovak@aia.org>

Since nobody said a word yet, my two cents.

I would recommend an article co-authored by Trond that gives a good  
overview of the issue:

I guess you've also seen the previous message. Pointers sent by  
Vassilios and Trond also hold interesting information:

Let me be a bit controversial.
One "easy" question you may try to answer wrt the text below  
"..interoperability requires standardization..." (really?)
I argue that if A and B agree on exchanging information using a  
proprietary, non-standardized format Z, they can interoperate, so why  
A and B should invest on using open standards to achieve the same  
result? ;)

tip: some sections of the first pointer address the question.

I can put it another way, maybe easier question. Can you envision  
Data.gov not using open standards? Why not?

-- Jose

ps: hope this helps somehow, it's getting late here and it's been a  
long day...
El 15/04/2009, a las 15:46, Novak, Kevin escribió:
> Comments, ideas, etc welcomed by COB today.
> Session Title (recommended): Interoperability and Web Applications:  
> Opening the Door to Access and Sharing
> Interoperability across the web and applications requires  
> standardization, thought, and planning. The presentation will  
> discuss legacy and other challenges, provide insight into the  
> available standards and processes which exist to aid movement  
> forward and review the benefits of interoperability.
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