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Dicussing comment we made to the attaching of policy to an end point.
They closed it without change.
Bob: Folks please look at the options listed in Paul Cotton's email in the archives posted today at 4:08.
Discussing Jonathan's comments
Discussing ignorable vs optional
Tom: Propose the example to take out optional
Tony: Agrees that the example should come out to agree with 3.9
Bob: Look at 3.8
... We need to fix one of the examples, 3.4
... if Tom wants to raise an issue, then we can proceed on that basis
Katy: issue on one of the
... if we can have 3 examples - this is how we mandate WS-addressing, this is how we support WS-addressing, and a third on supporting WS-Policy.
Resolved to include 3 or 4 key examples covering typical use cases
David: wants to tone down 3.1.4
Tony: likes 3.1.4 being in a
... suggests changing "I support" to "I guarantee support"
... 3.3 is the most confusing
... Useful to put in a non-normative section discussing intersection algorithms, maybe?
Katy: need a use case, have it use case driven would help
<scribe> ACTION: Tony to explain the use of optional in 3.1 [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2007/01/22-ws-addr-minutes.html#action02]
Tony: put notes under 3.1.2 and
... Can to changes to examples by doday
Tom: Put in a note on why we are doing optional?
Tony: will put it in an
... will put it in 3.1.4
<scribe> ACTION: Tony will put in an editorial note explaining why in 3.1.4 [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2007/01/22-ws-addr-minutes.html#action03]
meeting adjourned by 5.05 pm EST
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