OASIS ebXML Collaboration Protocol Profile and Agreement TC
ebXML CPPA Technical Committee Teleconference
August 2, 2001
Dale announced that all documents from the Scottsdale F2F
are now on the website, except that he still need to get Karsten
Arvola asked Ian Jones (Chair of the OASIS ebXML Messaging
Services TC) about coordination with our team; Ian and Dale
still need to get in contact. Dale noted that Ian has some
reservations about co-locating with our next F2F.
Tim reported that he's started initial discussion on the
list. There was some conversation about packaging with Dale
noting that security and packaging should go hand in hand.
(A discussion arose about liaison with UN/CEFACT projects.
We recalled Karl Best's remarks at the F2F to the effect that
coordination is good, but that the MOU between OASIS and CEFACT
doesn't constrain our activities. Dale stated our intent to
maintain contacts with CEFACT, and perhaps other groups as
our work evolves.)
Marty plans to develop a white paper from his and Dale's
F2F presentations, the ebXML BP team's negotiation paper and
some additional material.
Jamie is joining this team.
Kartha said that this team has not yet started its activities.
It was suggested that each team submit a write-up of their
agenda. Dale encouraged a description of short-term activities,
later supplemented with longer term activities.
Tim inquired about a top-level schedule for version 1.1.
Dale and Tony hope to have a plan out to the group by next
Arvola reminded us that that the Messaging team has an August
17 deadline for public comments and asked if we plan a similar
deadline. Dale said yes, but the date is not yet set.
Marty indicated that by early next week he plans to publish
a new version of the "possible new work items" document
updated through the Scottsdale F2F.
Jamie inquired if plans for version 1.1 require input from
the sub-teams. Dale responded yes in the case of Messaging
and possibly yes in the case of BPSS (regarding Service and
Marty commented that version 1.1 should only address bugs
and loose ends.
Dale undertook a work item to review existing security matters
for Tim et al.
IBM, Intel, and Sterling indicated that they could each sponsor
a month's worth of calls.
We will have an official voting meeting next week. Dale confirmed
that the phone number and conference code will remain the
same for the remainder of this month's calls.