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Re: Updated status of D-AG0014, coordination / liaison outside W3C

From: Doug Bunting <db134722@iPlanet.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2002 08:52:40 -0800
Message-ID: <3CA49BD8.1702F95E@iPlanet.com>
To: Public W/S Arch <www-ws-arch@w3.org>
Editors,

As discussed / decided on yesterday's call, the current D-AG0014 should be
removed from the requirements document (D-EAD0014?).

Hugo will be championing (probably not a word but that's an editorial issue)
the combined D-AG0013, starting from the words he proposed below.

thanx to all,
    doug

Hugo Haas wrote:

> Hi Doug.
>
> * Doug Bunting <db134722@iPlanet.com> [2002-03-25 15:11-0800]
> > We've had a bit of discussion on this goal since my previous Status
> > email [1].  Unfortunately, even the small group of Hugo [2], Daniel [3]
> > and I [4] hasn't reached agreement.  (Or, maybe I'm just unconvinced.)
> > Hugo has chosen to put the debate aside until decided when describing
> > the status of D-AG0013, coordination within W3C [5].
>
> Having thought about this a bit more, I have a proposal which might
> address Daniel's concern and our will to merge D-AG0013 and D-AG0014,
> by making the difference between "co-ordinate" and "liaise":
>
> > The text I was referring to in 4. was
> >
> >      D-AG0013 "co-ordinate with other W3C Working Groups, the
> >      Technical Architecture Group and other groups doing Web
> >      services related work in order to maintain a coherent
> >      architecture for Web services."
>
> could be replaced by:
>
>         D-AG0013 (subsumes D-AG0014): "co-ordinate with other W3C
>         Working Groups, the Technical Architecture Group, and _liaise
>         with_ other groups doing Web services related work in order to
>         maintain a coherent architecture for Web services."
>
> Regards,
>
> Hugo
>
> --
> Hugo Haas - W3C
> mailto:hugo@w3.org - http://www.w3.org/People/Hugo/ - tel:+1-617-452-2092
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