BPEL4People Editors SC
Statement of Purpose for the BPEL4People Editors Sub Committee
The collection of TC specification documents, including but not limited to TC drafts, individual submissions, Committee Specifications, is managed by the TC Editor function (the "TC Editor" aka "bpel4people-editors"). The TC Editor is a role that is occupied by the members of the Editors Sub Committee. Issues tracking and management is the responsibility of the Issues Editor, a role assigned by the TC. The Issues Editor is also a member of the Editors Sub Committee.
The TC Editor is addressed by electronic mail using the address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The TC Editor has responsibility for incorporating agreed resolutions to TC issues. Among other activities it will be responsible for assigning document filenames, ascertaining whether said documents meet OASIS guidelines, remanding the documents to the authors if deemed necessary (e.g. if the document(s) don't meet these guidelines), publishing said documents on the TC website and denoting status thereof (e.g. whether the document(s) are a TC Draft, or Committee Specification) upon the BPEL4People TC approval.
The SC will meet weekly. Please note that Kavi calendaring is not used.
SC meetings are scheduled every week to start at 12:00ET on Wed or immediately following the BPEL4People TC meeting on alternate weeks.
Time: 12:00 - 13:30 US ET (or later following a TC mtg)
Event Hosted by IBM (bridge to be opened by Dieter Koenig):
North American toll-free number: 866-245-5059
European toll-free number: (00)-800-4444-1010
International number: 416-343-2607
Conference ID: 2388736
The BPEL4People TC and the Editors SC use JIRA for issues management. This content can be accessed anonymously at http://www.osoa.org/jira/browse/BP.
The BPEL4People Editors SC uses Subversion (SVN) to collaborate on intermediate versions of documents. This content can be accessed anonymously at http://wsbpel4people.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/wsbpel4people/Specifications/.
Draft submissions for approval by the BPEL4People TC
Periodically, the SC will submit to the TC a list of changes applied to the specs/WSDL/XSDs for review. The rate and number of issues incorporated and submitted to the TC will depend on a number of factors. Ease of review will be the primary criterion dictating when a version of a document should be submitted to the TC for consideration.
The SC will aim to provide the TC at least one (1) week for review of the documents. Upon approval by the TC a designated editor will accept all changes approved and submit the document(s) to SVN hosted on SourceForge.net.
BPEL4People Editors SC Contacts
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