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Re: Today's teleconference notes...

From: Shivaram Mysore <shivarammysore@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 25 May 2004 09:33:34 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <20040525163334.12721.qmail@web51510.mail.yahoo.com>
To: Stephen Farrell <stephen.farrell@cs.tcd.ie>, www-xkms@w3.org
Rich Salz also sent regrets.  Please update.  

Stephen Farrell <stephen.farrell@cs.tcd.ie> wrote:
...are attached.

Jose will post them on the web site and send a URL in a bit. (The
writable part of the site's down for a while.)


PS: Note the action about suggesting an event on which we could
piggy-back a f2f interop.
   XML Key Management Services WGDRAFT 25 May 2004 XKMS Teleconference Minutes
Chairs: Stephen Farrell, Shivaram Mysore
Note Taker: Stephen FarrellLast revised by $Author: smysore $ $Date: 2004/05/17 06:26:05 $ Participants
   Shivaram Mysore, Sun Microsystems
   Jose Kahan, W3C
   Pete Wenzel, SeeBeyond
   Stephen Farrell, TCD
   Guillermo Alvaro, TCD


   Tommy Lindberg
   Review last telecon AIs
   Interop Matrix
   In the last telecon we had the following AIs which are still carried forward:

      AI: Tommy will host a XKMS service endpoint for tests - date TBD
      AI: Stephen will update the participant list - still OPEN (will do it soon - promise:-)

   There was a mention of how to deal with boundary conditions when the schema says "unbounded". We agreed to interpret this as meaning that any relevant test message has to have at least two instances of whatever element is in question (i.e. its not enough to only have test messages with zero or one instances in such cases).
   Interop matrix: 
      Jose: Make it XML - agreed.
      AI: Jose ask QA group about our current proposal.
      Pete: How about including details about which implementations have worked against one another. AI: Guillermo.
      Jose: Figure out which message handling scenarios map to which interop matrix (feature) rows and make some easy(-ish) way for people to fill in the matrix based on their work with message handling scenarios.

      Meeting up. Stephen will be at the next IETF (in San Diego in early August) which would be a nice venue (lasts a week and has 24hr terminal/network facilities) for interop testing if we could get 3 or more coders there. But we probably don't overlap enough with the IETF these days to get enough coders there.
      AI: ALL suggest possible events/venues for doing face-to-face interop testing within the next six months. Post suggestions to the list.
      AI: Stephen/Shivaram will hassle (off-list) those who've said they'll write code to see where they're at.

Next Telecon
   Next Telecon
   Date: June 8th, 2004; Time - 8:30AM - 9:30AM PST, 11:30AM - 12:30PM EST check time for your local area here
   Agenda: Filling in the interop matrix.

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