IRC log of ws-addr on 2006-04-03

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logging to
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zakin, this will be ws_addrwg
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Meeting: Web Services Addressing WG Teleconference
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Chair: Bob Freund
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zakim, this will be ws_addrwg
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ok, bob; I see WS_AddrWG()4:00PM scheduled to start in 5 minutes
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zakim, mute Katy_Warr
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sorry, Katy, I do not see a party named 'Katy_Warr'
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zkaim, ??p16 is me
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zakim, mute Katy
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sorry, Katy, I do not see a party named 'Katy'
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zakim, ??p16 is me
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+TonyR; got it
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me tony how many hours different are you now vs last week
20:05:31 [Katy]
zakim, who's here
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Katy, you need to end that query with '?'
20:05:41 [Katy]
zakim, who's here?
20:05:41 [Zakim]
On the phone I see Bob_Freund, David_Illsley, Gilbert_Pilz, Nilo, Paul_Knight, Mark_Little, Andreas_Bjarlestam (muted), Vikas_Deolaliker, Hugo, Tom_Rutt, Dave_Hull,
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... Mark_Peel/Katy_Warr, Prasad_Yendluri, Jonathan_Marsh, TonyR
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On IRC I see TRutt, TonyR, andreas, dhull, vikas, Katy, Gil, David_Illsley, prasad, hugo, RRSAgent, Zakim, bob, PaulKnight, Jonathan
20:06:07 [Katy]
zakim, Mark_Peel/Katy_Warr is Katy_Warr
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+Katy_Warr; got it
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zakim, mute Katy_Warr
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Katy_Warr should now be muted
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Scribe: Paul Knite
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Scribe: Paul Knight
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RRSAgent, where am I?
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20:07:48 [hugo]
scribeNick: PaulKnight
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minutes accepted
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that is, minutes of previous meeting
20:09:18 [PaulKnight]
hugo: headup on change of contact person . I am leaving the WG and W3C by the end of May
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Bob: Hugo has been a tremendous help to me and the WG. We will misshim and wish him the best.
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20:09:53 [dhull]
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Hugo: I will go to yahoo to do some web-servicey "stuff"
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Bob: reviewing action items:
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1- editors to remove edotorial notes, text from hugo accepted...
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Bob: we will come back
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proposed and new issues
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* lc123 - Example Improvement suggestion Owner: ??? Proposal 1: <>
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ideal would be to align examples with WSDL document and use hotel reservations
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dhull: describing the example suggestions
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bob: any objections to regularizing the examples?
20:16:37 [Zakim]
20:16:44 [PaulKnight]
no objections
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ACTION: editors to modify text accordingly
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issue: * lc124 - Conformance section Owner: ???
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bob: Hugo, is this due to the new document policy?
20:18:21 [Jonathan]
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ack jon
20:19:07 [PaulKnight]
hugo: W3C had a QA discussion, not really a new rule, but looking from a QA perspective
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20:20:58 [PaulKnight]
bob: should we add a conformance section, or change how we use the word "conform" ?
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q+ to ask if there are any non-trivial interactions among the various optional features?
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Jonathan: When we talk about supporting usingAddressing, the use of anonymous or Action is implied....
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jonathan: for optional features, it is not clear exactly how you specify conformance
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bob: there are some general statements in the doc style guide which contain some canned conformance statements
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ack tr
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20:27:35 [PaulKnight]
trutt: lots of specs have "conformance points" which we can consider
20:28:01 [PaulKnight]
trutt: we need to clarify what are the conformance points - are they grouped or separarte?
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20:28:35 [Jonathan]
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bob: any volunteers for writing a conformance section?
20:30:29 [TRutt]
20:30:31 [PaulKnight]
bob: do we need a conformance section? We should explore that.
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trutt: are the optional points sufficiently clear now, which ones are needed?
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jona: it is clear to me, but maybe it is not clear in the spec which individual items are required
20:32:23 [PaulKnight]
bob: can we get an issue owner?
20:32:37 [anish]
i see only two occurances of 'conforms to' and they all point to ws-addr (core/soap), i think
20:33:06 [PaulKnight]
Jonathan: I can do it, suggest some clarifying text. If others want to work in parallel, that is fine.
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ACTION: Jonathan to work on clarifying conformance points
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topic: * lc125 - Define the class of products of your specification Owner: ???
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ack tr
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ack dh
20:36:04 [GlenD]
I think that what we did in WSDL was actually a mistake, and that a lot of people are going to be confused when they try to understand how to correctly use extensibility. :(
20:36:08 [PaulKnight]
Jonathan: metadata is an issue - diferent use cases - hard to deal with
20:37:18 [PaulKnight]
dhull: WS-A is used for messages... it cuts out databases, other interesting things... just say a sentence in that direction, may address the issue...?
20:37:26 [dorchard]
I tend to agree with Glen. I especially don't like that the conformance seems related to fluffing up an abstract component model...
20:37:58 [anish]
is this comment against all the specs or just the wsdl binding?
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20:39:48 [dhull]
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paul, that was me ("WS-A is used for messages")
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20:41:13 [PaulKnight]
dhull: is there any product that this would not apply to?
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ack dh
20:42:05 [PaulKnight]
dhull: if there is no meaningful kind of process it does not apply to, we can say it applies to all..
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class of products
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The generic name for the group of products or services that would implement, for the same purpose, the specification, (i.e., target of the specification). A specification may identify several classes of products.
20:43:22 [Zakim]
20:43:36 [PaulKnight]
we can say it is applicable everywhere, not have a canonical list of products it applies to.
20:44:09 [PaulKnight]
bob: we can say: we heard your comment, but it does not apply because of the following, or we can address it
20:44:35 [PaulKnight]
bob: the class of product we can describe here might be as simple as "web services"
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jonathan: or a class of systems which consume WSDL
20:45:43 [PaulKnight]
bob: wouldn't the class of products be WSDL consumers?
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hugo: we can say WSDL or EPR consumers. it does not need more than that.
20:46:56 [PaulKnight]
hugo: the conformance item was useful, but this item does not bring a lot of value.
20:47:22 [PaulKnight]
bob: any objections to "WSDL or EPR consumers"?
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jona: I agree,
20:48:09 [PaulKnight]
bob: no objections,
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ACTION: bob to respond to author and craft response, class of consumers is EPR and WSDL consumers
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topic: * lc126 - WS-Addressing typo 3.1 Using Owner: ???
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bob: not sure what is the point
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jona: usingAddressing
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ACTION: Bob to respond to author.
20:50:35 [PaulKnight]
hugo: possibly use a code font to mark element names
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jona: or add a namespace prefix lowercase wsa-w
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in XMLSpec, <el> can be used to surround element names and <att> can be used to surround attribute names
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ACTION: editors to investigate ways to typographically clarify how to depict our intent
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topic: * lc127 - Application choice of synchronicity Owner: ???
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bob: ways for the application to determine how to use Anon? Is this an implementation issue?
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20:55:33 [PaulKnight]
bob: the comment is in end of the third paragraph of the link posted
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bob: the answer may be: "yes, you are right, but..?"
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jonathan: don't quite see the problem with a single endpoint, using non-anonymous, sending it on...
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bob: asynchronously with respect to the lifetime of the backchannel?
20:58:49 [anish]
i didn't understand what he meant by creating a new binding type. And how would that address his problem
20:58:50 [PaulKnight]
jona: at the application level?
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bob: using a non-anonymous replyTo, you allow a future response to come on that channel
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bob: can someone craft a response? it is an overall WS-Adderessing question in some ways. Can someone try to take ownership to tease out what Todd means?
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Anish: like jonathan, I'm not sure what the issue is...
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jonathan: I will respond to him and try to get more detail, and explain our thinking.
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ACTION: jonathan to respond to author (Todd)
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Bob: We will need two hours for the meeting next week, things are piling up
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Bob: I have opened registration for the F2F
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Bob: planning a Wednesday PM activity, possibly at Museum of Fine Arts
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bob: it would need to be fairly early, by 6:30
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bob: adjhourning now, prepare for 2 hours next week!
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RRSAgent, make log public
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RRSAgent, draft minutes
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I have made the request to generate hugo
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I assume call is over?
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I'll take that as yes :)
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Attendees were Bob_Freund, David_Illsley, Gilbert_Pilz, Nilo, Paul_Knight, Mark_Little, Andreas_Bjarlestam, Vikas_Deolaliker, Hugo, Tom_Rutt, Dave_Hull, Prasad_Yendluri,
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