OASIS ebXML Collaboration Protocol Profile and Agreement TC
ebXML CPPA Technical Committee Teleconference
April 12, 2002
We have a quorum.
Marty moved that we conduct an email ballot for TC approval of the specification version that exists one week from today. Arvola seconded. David made a friendly amendment, accepted by Marty, that we be allowed to change the version number after the vote. The motion was unanimously approved as amended.
Tony will distribute a version next week with changes from Arvola and Marty (at least).
Kartha moved that we label the version distributed for informal public review version 1.9, Marty seconded, and the proposal was unanimously approved.
There was general consensus to label the version submitted to OASIS as 2.0.
Dale summarized items from Karl Best during an OASIS call yesterday: In response to a survey by Karl, there was overwhelming consensus that as much as 90 day should not be required for the specification approval process. Karl is working to overhaul the process, which would roughly involve a monthly submission date and a reduction of the reading/voting period to 60 days total. The change might be phased in. In the upcoming Barcelona meeting an OASIS/CEFACT architecture group will meet - details about the group will be decided at that meeting; it may just be a formal meeting of the MOU requirements.
Marty discussed the possibility of an OASIS activity on dispute resolution and told us that a call to discuss it will take place next week. For some details, see Marty's email:
Dale noted that this is a new issue. Marty suggested a non-normative note to the effect that a second collaboration role for dispute resolution purposes would be fine, but didn't suggest otherwise treating it for version 2.0.
Dale raised the possible future topic of CPPA relationships with WSDL.
Regarding the next F2F, Dale stated that IBM would not be available to host it. He asked others to consider hosting.
Tony moved to adjourn, Marty seconded, and the motion was adopted without exception.
There will be another teleconference next week on April 19.