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<alewis> silly creature apparently isn't aware of ntp ....
Look at that!
Eric as scribe.
<Roland> Scribe: eric
Need volunteers for editors.
Roland: Wants to see a draft out
from the W3C quickly - two or three items.
... Need to change the namespace.
... 3rd item - one namespace or two? People wanting to use the properties in WSDL for other purposes than just SOAP - thus want to separate properties from SOAP.
... continuing the IRI/URI effort - on the third draft. Some small changes required in the SOAP/JMS specification to match the latest draft.
... (that is, matching the latest URI scheme draft at the IETF)
glen: with so few implementations of the preceding specification, changing the namespace should be a no-brainer.
<alewis> +1 to changes as soon as possible.
phil: we should change the namespace sooner, and people are probably expecting the namespace to change with the W3C.
eric: Two namespace - understand the idea, but the implementation might be spurious.
roland: tend to agree with Eric.
Looks odd when people using it for other purposes - but there
are already too many namespaces in the world.
... are there significant changes in the URI spec that will affect SOAP/JMS binding?
eric: Not many that I'm aware of.
glen: pulling together interoperability plans, test plans.
roland: yes - talked about it last week. Test cases, interoperability. Talk about editors - also need editor for writing test plans, test reports, development of test cases.
bhakti: also willing to help with editing.
Roland: Specification has been moved to the W3C CVS repository.
alewis: IETF submission still on the Subversion server.
<scribe> ACTION: Roland to send information to bhakti about using CVS [recorded in http://www.w3.org/2008/05/13-soap-jms-minutes.html#action01]
<trackbot-ng> Created ACTION-4 - Send information to bhakti about using CVS [on Roland Merrick - due 2008-05-20].
(got pointers from Amy)
Roland: Need to get started on test plans and interoperability. What can we do about test cases.
eric: Go through and enumerate the RFC 2119 criteria, identify whether items are testable, and for those that aren't, look at the spec, for those that are, identify the test.
roland: identify what makes sense
as conformance statements.
... look for these items as you're refamiliarizing yourself with the spec.
... anyone else with issues?
... reconvene next week.
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