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Suggested agenda for VBWG/XForms joint meeting Monday, Nov 5

From: Charles F Wiecha <wiecha@us.ibm.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 10:07:36 -0400
To: Forms WG (new) <public-forms@w3.org>
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I suggest we focus on the following points during our joint meeting with
the Voice Browser Working Group next Monday:

1. Refresher on the basic goals of collaborating between our groups, e.g.
shared approaches to common problems such as:
      a. data model
      b. submission
      c. controllers (e.g. SCXML)
      d. component models (subforms in XForms, reusable components in V3)
      e. eventing (to be covered in the joint MMI discussion Tues)

2. Quick demo of an example of what could come out of our collaboration:.
      a. use of SCXML in XForms as controller component -- IBM prototype of
SCXML as sf:switch controller and cross-component event controller

3. Data model
      a. "profiles" of function in an XML data model: instance, schema,
validation, actions, constraints
      b. opportunities for sharing some/all of these profiles between
XForms and VoiceXML/SCXML/CCXML

4. Submission
      a. overview of lifecycle of submission: validation, serialization,
communication, response handling, events/error handling
      b. opportunities for sharing some/all of this lifecycle between
XForms and VoiceXML

5. Controllers, e.g. SCXML
      a. review of the profiles of SCXML
      b. brainstorm potential for use of SCXML together with XForms
      c. brainstorm potential for XForms data model in SCXML?
      d. XForms actions as extension elements in SCXML?

6. Component models
      a. subforms/custom controls in XForms
      b. reusable components in VoiceXML 3.0...is this a current
requirement?
      c. any commonalities for collaboration here?

7. Mechanisms for moving forward
      a. Backplane XG?
      b. Informal cross-WG collaboration?

This should be enough to get us through an hour!  Thanks, Charlie
Received on Wednesday, 31 October 2007 14:07:50 UTC

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