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Outline of plans for remaining teleconferences

From: Champion, Mike <Mike.Champion@SoftwareAG-USA.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2003 18:39:19 -0500
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To: www-ws-arch@w3.org

There are 6 remaining Web Services Architecture teleconferences under the
current charter. What comes after that is in the hands of the W3C management
and Advisory Committee, but it is a safe bet that we will not simply
continue as we have.  The objective of the chairs, team contacts, and
editors is to get the the document in a state that reflects what we've
learned during the course of this WG and note those issues that proved to be
intractable.  This should give W3C a basis for deciding what comes next in
the W3C WS Architecture arena, if anything.

The general plan has been to devote one telcon to each of the 5 models in
the Concepts and Relationships section.  In the 21 November telcon, we had
the Message Oriented Model on the agenda.  See the latest editors draft and
the draft meeting minutes to see the results.  If there are other
substantial comments on the MOM, please "speak now or forever hold your
peace" since we have to allow time for discussion of the other sections as
well.

Looking ahead, the schedule for the other models is as follows:

4  December - Service Oriented Model
11 December - Resource Oriented Model
18 December - Management Model
25 December - no telcon 
1  January  - no telcon 
8  January  - Policy Model

Those who have action items or personal commitments to supply text for one
or more of these sections should send it to the group in time to be
discussed.  There is no guarantee that we will find time to discuss any
further contributions after these dates.

Of course, contributions and suggestions from mailing list participants who
are not WG members are very welcome. 



 
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