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RE: [BH] First (Very Rought) Outline of Beyond HTTP

From: <Patrick.Hung@csiro.au>
Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 23:59:25 +1000
Message-ID: <754324CDE8E4EE4498D8E0357D913685016010CB@saab-bt.act.cmis.CSIRO.AU>
To: reagle@w3.org, public-p3p-spec@w3.org

Hi Joseph,

Thanks a lot for your effort.

> 2. I call at the SOAP envelop issue (and XML encryption) as a special
case.

I don't quite understand here as I can't find anything related to "XML
Encryption"
in the working draft.

> 2.1 On the question of do we need to say anything more about forwarding
and 
> active intermediaries, I would prefer to rely upon the text in the spec
now 
> unless we are further presssed.

I read the working draft again. I think that the "Transfering Data to a
Third
Party" section is strongly related to the "Intermediaries." Thus, I would
recommend to combine these two sections. In particular, those three types of
information flow may be used to determine the role of SOAP intermediaries.
I will spend more thoughts on it next week and discuss with you later.

> 3. I'm going to be on Holiday Thur/Fri, then attending a conference much
of 
> next week (see .sig). But I hope to address most of the @@to-do's before 
> then (feel free to comment on them), then I think the document will be 
> semi-coherent for other readers. I plan on trying to get some attention 
> from my Web Service colleagues, but I know this week they are at WWW2003 
> and many might be travelling catching up next week. But I think we're
still 
> on schedule for getting/responding to outside feedback in the month of 
> June.

That's great if your Web service colleagues can also be participayting in 
discussion or giving us some comments/suggestions.

There is a few minor typos, and you can find them by using "find:"

(1) ".."
(2) "a a"
(3) "th"
(4) "business to consumer" should it be "business-to-consumer?"

I will also be on business trip on May 22 & 23. I am planning to do more
studies on those "@ @" points in the working draft. Beside it, I also
consider
whether we should also introduce P3P into UDDI in order to attract UDDI
researchers.
In addition, have you ever thought about XrML for protecting the privacy of
digital content as what Microsoft is doing right now? Should we also mention
that in this working draft.
 
> * I will be travelling May 22/23, and attending OSCOM3 May 28-30. 
> I will not be as responsive during these periods but will 
> respond to any email as soon as possible upon my return.

Have a nice trip and talk to you next week.

Cheers,

Patrick.
Received on Tuesday, 20 May 2003 09:59:36 EDT

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