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<trackbot> Date: 01 February 2011
<padams> anyone know how to give Zakim the *correct* name ?
<padams> ha, good guess
<scribe> Scribe: Mark
No objections to approving the minutes
Should we skip next week's call?
Matthew Golby-Kirk has joined the workgroup
Eric: Keeps following up 146, and moving to PR but no progress - 241 closed
<trackbot> ACTION-241 Rewrite sentence in URI scheme abstract that the commenter pointed out. closed
Derek: No progress on 222
Phil: No progress on 223
<scribe> No progress on testing
Hopeful that we will be able to get some resource to start testing WebSphere Message Broker's SOAP/JMS for interoperabily against CXF
Demonstrating interoperability should be sufficient to move the spec. to PR
Phil: Believes WebSphere App. Server is compliant with the spec. with the exception of the latest change to contentEncoding
Eric: The compliance testing should be against the last working draft, so could exclude the very latest change
Derek: Believe implementation is one failure away from compliance on the last working draft, but it is difficult to get the QA organisation to retest for interops against a different implementation
Eric: Will check with Yves what is required. One criteria is vendors asserting compliance, but another criteria is interops testing
Phil: WebSphere Beta 3 should be publicly available and contain the latest SOAP/JMS
Action Eric to clarify with Yves the criteria needed for PR vs. Rec
<trackbot> Created ACTION-242 - Clarify with Yves the criteria needed for PR vs. Rec [on Eric Johnson - due 2011-02-08].
Action eric tofind out what TIBCOare doing with Websphere (re: compatibility testing and latest versions)
<trackbot> Created ACTION-243 - Tofind out what TIBCOare doing with Websphere (re: compatibility testing and latest versions) [on Eric Johnson - due 2011-02-08].
Note from Yves describes next steps
Eric: We could transition to CR now - or skip to PR
Suggest we wait a few weeks for progress on tests, and decide if we want to do a CR if there's no progress
Eric: Tempted to keep our meeting for next week
Eric: OK - let's have a meeting next week
(Issue 27 is open related to updating link for URI scheme)
Eric: Lots of emails, but highlight is that we're in the RFC editors queue - being reviewed by IANA
none... same time next week.
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