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Outputs of this working group?

From: David Fallside <fallside@us.ibm.com>
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2001 14:47:37 -0800
To: xml-dist-app@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF67439528.235659DA-ON882569ED.007C856F@LocalDomain>

The charter says that the "Working Group is chartered to design the
following four components:
     An envelope ....
     A convention for the content of the envelope when used for RPC....
     A mechanism for ....
     A mechanism for using HTTP transport in the context of an XML

These components are included in your #1, and through our requirements for
the actual specification, we will generate parts of your #7 and #8. If you
are interested in development and tools, I suggest you look at the Apache
(www.apache.org) and Developmentor (http://discuss.develop.com) SOAP
mailing lists.

David C. Fallside, IBM
Ext Ph: 530.477.7169
Int   Ph: 544.9665

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02/08/2001 02:40 PM ---------------------------

Bryan Pendleton <bpnbmail@altavista.com>@w3.org on 01/31/2001 05:04:49 PM

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To:   xml-dist-app@w3.org
Subject:  Outputs of this working group?

Hello, and apologies for the newbie question. I did read the charter,
but am still not exactly sure about this: which (if any) of the
following items is the XML Protocol working group planning to produce?

1) A protocol specification
2) Working code (a reference implementation, e.g.)
3) Development tools
4) A compliance test suite
5) A certification service
6) Sample programs using XP
7) Documentation, tutorials, examples
8) Specification clarifications and errata
9) Other?

I am interested in building development tools for XML Protocol-based
software development, possibly using an Open-Source toolset such as
http://www.netbeans.org, and I am interested in locating and working
with other like-minded individuals.

Are such efforts already underway?



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