Position papers due Dec 14

Lisa Dusseault <lisa@osafoundation.org> Thu, 13 December 2007 17:36 UTC

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From: Lisa Dusseault <lisa@osafoundation.org>
Subject: Position papers due Dec 14
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 09:36:21 -0800
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Remember brief position papers should be sent to Chris and me and/or  
the Apps Discuss list by end of day (anywhere) Dec 14.

thanks!
Lisa

On Nov 15, 2007, at 2:03 PM, Lisa Dusseault wrote:

>
> On Feb 11 and 12, there will be an Applications Area Architecture  
> workshop somewhere in the Bay Area.  We hope to nail down a venue  
> once we've got a better idea of attendance.  We are going to look  
> for a host, but if there are a few expenses not covered, we may ask  
> for a few 100$ attendance fee.  If we need to charge a small fee  
> we'll ask in advance of the actual meeting.
>
> Position papers are required of all attendees by Dec 14.  These  
> should be a few pages of text on some topic related to Applications  
> area architectural issues.  Since the group of attendees is  
> expected to span HTTP and AtomPub, email, IM, calendaring,  
> directories and more, issues should be of interest to more than one  
> of these groups.  Some existing Applications architecture "modules"  
> that already are reused  include SASL, URLs, MIME types, XML and  
> XML schemas and namespaces, HTTP as a substrate, TLS, ABNF, BEEP.
>
> A position paper could describe a problem or make a proposal to  
> solve a problem.  The paper could be a prelude to an I-D of any  
> kind or to a WG charter, or might simply educate and persuade.  An  
> ideal position paper would seed new work or make progress towards  
> solving a problem that would benefit Apps protocol designers,  
> implementors or users.
>
> Participants may send position papers directly to Lisa and Chris,  
> although you can send position papers directly to the Apps Discuss  
> list (we'll be circulating the papers publicly anyway).
>
> Since the due date for papers is Dec 14, if you'd like to flesh out  
> an idea, the Vancouver IETF meeting might be a handy place to grab  
> people and do so.
>
> In advance of Dec 14, we'd still appreciate early RSVPs.
>
> Lisa
>
>