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From: Sanjiva Weerawarana <sanjiva@watson.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 16:06:38 +0600
Message-ID: <004e01c2112f$b05dd630$2d060e09@lankabook2>
To: "WS-Desc WG \(Public\)" <www-ws-desc@w3.org>

W3C WS Desc WG F2F Meeting
June 10-12, Paris, France

Minutes AM Monday

Next deliverables:
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- publish document "as-is" after the meeting
- need to decide name of document and namespace
- would like to publish all parts, including requirements
- will include issues in the docs to make sure its clear that
  this is a *working* draft and lots of things are still to be
  done
- what's going to be in the primer? David Booth will provide an
  overview
- RDF mapping: on backburner for now, will tackle after getting
  the draft in better shape

Publication Schedule:
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- target is to have an updated draft a week after the F2F to 
  review (must contain edits reflecting decisions at the meeting)
- spend a week of review and then take a vote
- target publication date is June 30th

Discussion on Extensibility:
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- Discussing the proposal that Roberto sent to the list on June 6th
- Current proposal is to allow an extension to CHANGE the semantics
  of the base language 
- Not everyone is in agreement with that
- (long and colorful discussion on this topic)
- proposal from Keith: why not just leave WSDL 1.1's model except
  make it open-content
- proposal presented by Glenn: taking Keith's proposal and trying
  to explain it
- features of extensions
        1) do we have a "catch-fire-and-die" flag
                - local
                - global
        2) scoping of extensibility

- proposals
        A) top-level <wsdl:requiredExtension uri="..."/>
                - global catch-fire-and-die flag
                - any qualified/attrributes can appear anywhere (without
                  being declared as a required extension)
                - in prolog
        B) @wsdl:required anywhere
                - local catch-fire-and-die flag (based on element qname)
                - scoped (I didn't quite write this down right)
                - indirectly required attributes
                - status quo (modulo prose) + open-content
        C) <wsdl:extension namespace="uri"/>
                - (B) + top-level declaration of extension namespace
- We'll decide between (A) & (B) and then consider (C)
- Straw poll:
        (A): 3
        (B): 11 (lots more than for (A))
- After lunch we'll consider (C) and also question of whether extensions
  are allowed to modify WSDL semantics or not.
- LUNCH
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