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Re: Getting started...

From: James Fuller <jim@webcomposite.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2016 12:42:41 +0100
Message-ID: <CAEaz5mvw7K+PRMoSKd=1v7j+7LuGnV7jNiJbR4q4T=_Pc_a-_Q@mail.gmail.com>
To: Nic Gibson <nicg@corbas.co.uk>
Cc: public-datapipelining@w3.org
here is the set of use cases the XML Proc WG are using.


which are quite specific ... maybe we can boil down to a few categories like:

* publishing
* data processing
* data hub
* metadata management
* document processing
* workflow
* HTTP request processing

I am not saying xproc should address all these use cases but it would
be good to get real world examples from people today.

I can try to annotate the ones discussed at the recent public WG
meeting in XML Prague.


On 22 February 2016 at 12:41, Nic Gibson <nicg@corbas.co.uk> wrote:
> Morning all.
> We’ve been here for a week or so now. I think that we should start to try to communicate to outside our group. If we are going to gather use cases for data pipelining (avoiding the use of that X word), we need to start somewhere and our own community seems to be the right place to start.
> I don’t know how acceptable this is but it seems that a mailing to everyone who has posted to XProc Dev within the last few years seems wise as does posting to the XML related groups on LinkedIn. Are these appropriate actions? Are there any other groups we should communicate with? How do we communicate outside of the XML community? Do we want to at this point in time?
> nic
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