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Re: Champions for Draft-status requirements?

From: Francis McCabe <fgm@fla.fujitsu.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2002 12:46:43 -0700
Cc: www-ws-arch@w3.org
To: "Champion, Mike" <Mike.Champion@SoftwareAG-USA.com>
Message-Id: <E253A587-B607-11D6-B38B-000393A3327C@fla.fujitsu.com>

I was champion of D-AG001.

The main message of that sequence is


Frank McCabe

On Thursday, August 22, 2002, at 12:31  PM, Champion, Mike wrote:

> In the draft of the Requirements doc at
> http://www.w3.org/TR/2002/WD-wsa-reqs-20020819
> we still have some goals and CSF's with a "D-" in
> front of them.  I took an action item to try to
> find champions who would look up the discussions
> on these and try to guide us to a definite resolution.
> You may find that they were resolved, and the
> resolution had not made it into the document.
> It looks like there are 4 goals with draft status, and
> three of those have CSF's with draft status associated
> with them: D-AC001, D-AC016, D-AC017, and D-AC018.
> Also, AC006 is agreed on, but some of its CSFs are
> still in draft status.
> It would be nice to have volunteers to take these
> on.  I would expect it to take about one hour for each
> to dig through the archives, look at the votes and
> comments, and propose a sensible resolution.
> -------------------------------------------------
> D-AC001 provides a complete reference framework that encourages the
> development of interoperable software products from multiple vendors and
> provides a defensible basis for conformance and interoperability test
> suites.
> D-AC001.1 - Encourage the development of interoperable software products.
> D-AC001.1.1 - Ensure that no individual implementor is favored over 
> others.
> D-AC001.1.2 - Identify all interfaces and messaging protocols within the
> architecture in a standardized way.
> D-AC001.2 -Ensures that the development of standards-based technologies
> identify conformance in such a way that testing software can be
> constructed..
> -----------------------------------------------------------
> [in this one, the top level goal is agreed on, but it has  some CSF's with
> draft status]
> AC006 addresses the security of Web services across distributed domains 
> and
> platforms.
> D-AR006.7 The security framework SHOULD enable key management and key
> distribution.
> D-AR006.12 The security framework must include Auditing.
> D-AR006.13 Where a web service provides security features in line with
> AR006, it SHOULD provide the ability to manage that security in a 
> meaningful
> way.
> -------------------------------------------------------
> D-AC016 examine architectural and technology issues that might prevent
> interoperability, and recommend existing standards and technologies where
> available.
> D-AR016.4 Formation of WGs to address gaps
> D-AR016.4.1 in architectural realm.
> D-AR016.4.2 in technological realm.
> -------------------------------------------------------
> D-AC017 provides guidance for the development of the Web services
> infrastructure needed to implement common business functions in a
> standards-based environment.
> D-AR017.1 The Web services Architecture must support common business
> functions, to the extent that those functions are defined in similar
> methodologies such as EDI.
> D-AR017.2 The Web services Architecture must support reliable messaging 
> and
> routing.
> D-AR017.3 The Web services Architecture must support unique message IDs 
> and
> message sequencing.
> D-AR017.4 The Web services Architecture must support reliable transaction
> processing.
> ----------------------------------
> D-AC018 The Web Services Architecture must enable the management and
> provisioning of Web Services
> [None of the CSF's have draft status]
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