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Re: Web Services Architecture Requirements 23 April 2002

From: Christopher Ferris <chris.ferris@sun.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 08:33:33 -0400
Message-ID: <3CC6A61D.8000709@sun.com>
To: www-ws-arch@w3.org
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Some suggested tweakes to the requirements draft.

Section 1.1

s/The group has jointly come to agreement on the following definition:/
The group has jointly come to agreement on the following working definition:/
NB that we settled on this not because we all agreed that it was
perfect, but that it was "good enough" to leave as is until after
we have made further progress on our goals and requirements
at which time we intend on returning to the definition to possibly
refine it further.

I think it important that we not leave the wrong impression
on this particular aspect of the document.




Christopher Ferris wrote:

> All,
> Please review and send feedback to the public list. We'll
> discuss on this week's call and hopefully we can agree to
> submit for publication as our first WD. Again, this round
> we just put a stake in the ground for "where we are" and demonstrate
> that we've made some progress.
> What I'm looking for is the goal champions to review their
> material to see if it reflects where they believe us to be
> and for the other members to review to be sure that there's
> no show stoppers present. Please don't wait for the call
> to bring issues to light. If possible, get them to the public
> list for discussion. Any issues raised with proposed solutions
> that are posted by EOB tomorrow (Wednesday) have a chance of
> being incorporated before we publish, assuming that we can
> get agreement on the con-call.
> Thanks again to the editors for getting this out.
> Cheers,
> Chris
> Austin, Daniel wrote:
>> Gentlebeings,
>>     I've uploaded the most recent version of the requirements document
>> to:
>> http://www.w3.org/2002/ws/arch/2/wd-wsawg-reqs-04232002.html
>>     This version incorporates many changes from our discussions both at
>> the face to face meeting and on the telephone and in the mailing list. 
>> This
>> version is intended for publication as a Working Draft upon approval 
>> of the
>> W3C.
>>     Here is a (partial) list of the changes in this version:
>> * removed user scanrios section
>> * added top-level goals from f2f
>> * relettered prior goals to CSFs
>> * modified each CSF to reflect current wording and requirements
>> * removed some sections
>> * reworked document organization and structure
>> * changed from editor's draft to working draft
>> * updated status section
>> * lots of other small changes.
>>     There are still some issues with this version:
>> * numbering is irregular
>> * list formatting is inconsistent
>> * analysis matrices not yet added
>> * document text needs coherence
>> * does not yet pass publication validator at W3C
>>     Please send comments and feedback to the list! Thanks to Chris,
>> Hugo, and of course Abbie and Sharad for all the hard work.
>> Regards,
>> D-
>> ***********************************************************************
>> Dr. Daniel Austin, Sr. Technical Architect
>> austin.d@ic.grainger.com (847) 793 5044
>> Visit: http://www.grainger.com
>> "Sapere Aude!"
Received on Wednesday, 24 April 2002 08:34:48 UTC

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