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[Fwd: Re: WSTF Teleconference Meeting Notes]

From: A. Vine <andrea.vine@Sun.COM>
Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2004 17:08:32 -0800
To: I18n WSTF <public-i18n-ws@w3.org>
Message-id: <40243A90.7090904@sun.com>

I won't be at the meeting next week.
Since I didn't receive any sort of response or clarification on the below, I 
have made no progress on it.


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: WSTF Teleconference Meeting Notes
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 17:43:00 -0800
From: A. Vine <andrea.vine@sun.com>
Reply-To: andrea.vine@sun.com
Organization: Sun Microsystems
To: aphillips@webmethods.com
CC: public-i18n-ws@w3.org
References: <PNEHIBAMBMLHDMJDDFLHMEDHHJAA.aphillips@webmethods.com>

A quick pass over the document seems to indicate that the following sections
need text:

5.3 Providing Support for Locale Patterns
5.4 SOAP Header Structures
5.6 SOAP Faults and the Reason Text Element
5.7 UDDI Search and Multilingual Text
5.8 Introspection Service Signature When Generating WSDL
6.1 use locale neutral data structures
6.2.1 JIS sort vs. Unicode sort
6.2.2 e.g. curses
6.3 natural language text search
6.3.1 keyword searching
6.3.2 "like"
6.3.3 e.g. search "Dürst" should return "Duerst" as well (in German)
6.4 Human-Readable Text in Web Services
6.4.1 structuring records
6.4.2 enumerated values and object naming use of default English-like names allowing for "display names" vs. internal names vs. aliases
6.5.2 Selecting Locale or Language Metadata Separate Bindings per Language Separate Services per Language Separate Servers per Language Language Preference in Service Signature Guess (there's an elaborate example that follows this but I don'tsee
how it relates exactly)
6.6 Data Structures
6.6.1 Times and Time Zones
6.6.3 Holidays, Work Rules and Locale-Specific Date Values
6.7 Regimes
6.7.1 tax, customs, legal, and other considerations
6.9 Transports
6.9.1 HTTP Accept-Language
6.9.2 FTP
6.9.3 SMTP MIME tags
8 complex scenarios? choreography/BPEL/layering/etc.

Mike has volunteered for 6.3.  In looking at the blank sections, I'm a little
confused as to the intention of several of them, and whether existing scenarios
will be moved there.

Would it be possible for Addison and Tex to provide some input on what is
intended for the major section numbers?


Addison Phillips [wM] wrote:

> ===========
> 1. AP: Incorporate Mark Davis's example for I-022 [NOT DONE]
> 2. AP: incorporate AV's calendric time examples [PENDING]
> 3. AP: incorporate DB's 'unfinished' usage scenarios between 7 and 16. [PENDING]
> 4. MM: updating discovery scenarios. [pending]
> 5. AP: Ping new WSCG chair: plan to liase as our requirements emerge. [pending]
> ======
> 1. Action Item review.
> 2. Review work on USWD: Need to gauge our progress and see what we can do to get a draft out soon.
> 3. Other business.
> FTF Review: FIX the dates [Done]
> Location: hotels? etc... [Addison to provide details on lodging near webMethods ASAP. Tex to follow up]
> ---
> Discussion of Service Determined example ( Leave for now. Remove the booze from the example. Use noodles? Noodles it is. [Done]
> Leave or remove WSDL/SOAP sections in locale patterns section? Move to bottom. Discussion of tactics..
> Tex/AP: edit session to move further through document.
> Others: sign up for missing sections of text and write that text by next meeting (2 weeks)
> New target date: 1 March 2004 for WD pub.
> MM: will take section 6.3
> Requirements doc: need to finalize with links to US.
> FTF: work on chartering activity, finalize US and REQ.
> Addison P. Phillips
> Director, Globalization Architecture
> webMethods | Delivering Global Business Visibility
> http://www.webMethods.com
> Chair, W3C Internationalization (I18N) Working Group
> Chair, W3C-I18N-WG, Web Services Task Force
> http://www.w3.org/International
> Internationalization is an architecture. 
> It is not a feature.

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I have always wished that my computer would be as easy to use as my telephone. 
My wish has come true. I no longer know how to use my telephone.
-Bjarne Stroustrup, designer of C++ programming language (1950- )
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