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RE: Draft of TAG Submission to W3C Workshop on Web of Services for Enterprise Computing

From: Rice, Ed (ProCurve) <ed.rice@hp.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2007 11:38:54 -0600
Message-ID: <C91FD2C6C8E31445A2C55A27DFF493B30113AED0@G3W0072.americas.hpqcorp.net>
To: <noah_mendelsohn@us.ibm.com>, <www-tag@w3.org>


I think this is really good, I appreciate the effort you've taken to
balance my views on web services with the TAG's concerns about URI's and
web services.

I look forward to hearing the feedback you get from the workshop and I'm
really glad the TAG is paying attention to the web services and
considering how they relate to the architecture.

I read it for content only (far be it from me to suggest syntactical
changes..) :)

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Subject: Draft of TAG Submission to W3C Workshop on Web of Services for
Enterprise Computing

The TAG resolved at it's F2F in early December that I would apply to
represent the TAG at the upcoming W3C Workshop on Web of Services for
Enterprise Computing.  On our telcon of Dec. 19 we discussed [2] a draft
outline that I'd prepared for a position paper.  I was asked to go ahead
and prepare such a paper, with the suggestions that the ouline be
adapted to focus more specifically on use cases, to better label the use
cases, and especially to make clear that the TAG is coming to the
workshop as much to listen and learn as to promote any particular
technical position. 
On the call of Jan. 2 I committed to circulate a draft of the submission
today, and a copy is attached.  Note that actual submissions are due on
10 January, which is approximately 3 or 4 working days from now.

I invite review of this document from the community, but especially from
the TAG, because it is intended to capture our position.  Please keep in
mind that this is not a TAG finding, and I don't think it's practical or
indeed desirable in the few days available to try to refine it to the
level of quality or consensus that we would associate with a finding.
My view is that success for this paper is:  if it reasonably correctly
sets out issues that will promote useful discussion at the workshop,
then it's fine.  I have reserved some time to do editing in response to
comments, but please don't ask for major surgery unless you think it's
truly important.  The TAG does have a call next Tues, 9 Jan, and I
suggest we use that to finalize our decision to submit. 

Thank you!


[1] http://www.w3.org/2001/tag/2006/12/11-minutes#item08
[2] http://www.w3.org/2001/tag/2006/12/19-minutes.html#item06

Noah Mendelsohn
IBM Corporation
One Rogers Street
Cambridge, MA 02142
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