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Agenda items for 22nd April so far?

From: Steve Ross-Talbot <steve@enigmatec.net>
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2003 17:25:17 +0100
To: public-ws-chor@w3.org
Message-Id: <D69AF7FA-7415-11D7-9E26-000393AD2AA6@enigmatec.net>

In no particular order I have picked on the following:

Review requirements comments (continuing from last week)

Discussion of timetable to make requirements public (deferred from last 
week)

Understanding CSF (from last week)

Reusable choreographies and data formats (deferred from last week)

Formal models and choreography (hot topic from public mailing list)
	What is a process (hot topic from the mailing list)

Dynamically changing participants in a choreography (hot topic from 
public mailing list)

Oasis and BPEL4WS (hot topic from the world around us)

Choreography storage and retrieval (hot topic from the public mailing 
list)

The first four need to be on the agenda as they all relate to our 
current thread of work. The others are topics of interest.
We need to ground them in what benefits accrue or what we might loose 
so that we can all get up to speed on the real relevance of the topics 
listed.

Obviously the standards topics will appear on the agenda (minutes and 
matters arising and any organisational or administrative matters) but 
the bulk of the call should be devoted to progress in any of these 
areas.

If you folks could indicate preferences on the last 5 topics or indeed 
suggest others I shall use the information to set the agenda later 
today.

Cheers

Steve T

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