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Meeting chaired by Ram Jeyaraman
Edmond Bourne (BlackBerry) Gerald Krause (SAP AG) Hubert Heijkers (IBM) John Willson (Individual) Ken Baclawski (Northeastern University) Mark Biamonte (Progress Software) Martin Zurmuehl (SAP AG) Matthew Borges (SAP AG) a.k.a. Matt Michael Pizzo (Microsoft) a.k.a. Mike Patrick Durusau (Individual) Ralf Handl (SAP AG) Ram Jeyaraman (Microsoft) Ron Dagostino (State Street Corp) Stefan Drees (Individual) Susan Malaika (IBM) Ted Jones (Red Hat)
Quorum achieved. Details cf. normative attendance sheet for this meeting.
Meeting minutes approved as published with no objections.
See the “List of Open Action Items Before the Meeting” section in the appendix.
Both have been approved as an OASIS Standard! Congratulations to the TC for a job well done!
Publicly visible link: https://www.oasis-open.org/committees/ballot.php?id=2568
Publicly visible link: https://www.oasis-open.org/committees/ballot.php?id=2569
The Ballot succeeded.
Now it’s time to implement. All are interested in further progressing the OData Extension for Data Aggregation
All agree, that next meeting tentatively will be on Mar 13, 8–9 am PDT
Update (from the secretary): Please take into account, that this coming Sunday, 09 March, some countries shift to Daylight Savings Time (DST). Clocks in the US and Canada will be adjusted forward 1 hr at 2:00 a.m. Other countries with daylight saving shifts will follow later, ie. in Europe the shift will take place at 2014–03–30 between midnight and 04:00 local time depending on the country. So please translate the time for the tentative meetings on March, 13 and 27 accordingly. Thanks.
Meeting adjourned at 0848 PT.
Retrieval time stamp:
2014-02-27 15:15 +01:00.
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Note: The below index has two main parts: First come the public comments (if any), second the JIRA issues. Each list of issues is sorted by ascending issue number. Noted are the ID, the summary and the reference to the relevant subsection where the issue progression has been documented:
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