OASIS ebXML Collaboration Protocol Profile and Agreement TC
Oasis ebXML CPPA Teleconference
June 28, 2002
Dale noted that we did not have a quorum.
News: Oasis submission has been prepared and Karl has been updated on two fixes to make. Submission announcement should occur in early July. Minor edits have been completed and the "b" pdf file has been placed in the documents subdirectory, with a copy of the file replacing the main 2.0 specification pdf.
A form for comments has been placed on the website that can mail an issue to the public comment list, formatted in accordance with a new issues schema.
Dale mentioned that the ebXML JC would be considering how to maintain OASIS ebXML specifications, and both Marty and Tony provided some discussion of options for consideration.
Dale mentioned that Karl had reported on W3C and OASIS ebXML cooperation, and that the CPPA specification will be read by W3C, and possibly we will receive input from them.
Dale encouraged members to read the resolution language and eventually be prepared to arrive at a resolution text for vote. No urgency for the vote so far.
Marty noted that the UN/CEFACT architecture draft was available for a very limited time for comments. Marty had sent comments previously. Arvola mentioned that there seemed to be an emphasis on context as a negotiable matter (handled via a URI reference to a PartyRef document currently, whose format/schema we have not defined.) We do not have this in scope for negotiation currently. Several agreed that the TPA and CPA distinctions need to be clarified. Dale urged people to send their comments to the architecture comment list.
Dale urged people to consider whether they good take on subteam roles for CPPA.next and for ebXML-cppa-ws efforts. So far these are mainly research tasks, setting directions and surveying issues for these integration tasks. Deliverables remain to be defined.
Dale noted that there would be no teleconference July 5. Hima agreed to preside over the July 12 meeting, after sending out the teleconference information and agenda.