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Re: Questions from a new-comer

From: David Fallside <fallside@us.ibm.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 09:05:28 -0800
To: "Simone Chiaretta" <simonech@logicapiu.it>
Cc: <xml-dist-app@w3.org>
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The "DSxxx" refer to "Draft Scenarios" which you will find referenced in
individual postings to the xml-dist-app mailing list (see the mailing list
archive at http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/xml-dist-app/). These
scenarios will probably appear in the Requirements Document at some later
date.
Thank you for your interest.

............................................
David C. Fallside, IBM
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fallside@us.ibm.com


"Simone Chiaretta" <simonech@logicapiu.it>@w3.org on 01/20/2001 11:54:30 AM

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Hello all,
I know my question can sound "silly"  to all of you involved in XP, but
I've just joined this ml and I just read the  only one official document
released by the WG.
In the last we days I received  many mail: comments on features or
proposals, all referred to as DS5, DS3,  DS809, and so on...
But on the Protocol Requirements document I find only  Rxxx or DRxxx, never
find a DSxxx nor a DSx topic.
Can someone explain me  briefly the meaning of all this "DS" and maybe also
how does the discussion goes  on in the ML?
I'm a student in Italy and I'm doing my bachelor thesis on  lightweight
communication among different programs made in different ways and on
differents platforms. And for the moment I'm just looking around but I
think  I'll do the examples of how things will work with SOAP since it's
the most  "famous" of these protocols.

Best Regards to all

Simone
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Simone Chiaretta
Gallarate (VA) -  Italy
THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE
Received on Monday, 22 January 2001 17:56:40 GMT

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