|Dee Schur||Jun 22, 2006 2:25 pm||.gif, .gif, .gif, 6 more|
|Subject:||RE: [docstandards-interop-tech] Please review the Docstandards InterOp Scenarios and possible venues|
|From:||Dee Schur (dee....@oasis-open.org)|
|Date:||Jun 22, 2006 2:25:05 pm|
This is right on! I just attended a major conference and numerous end-users personally expressed the need for these types of tie-together (my wording) standards. Thank you so much for putting slides to this effort. I really need feedback for a venue or we will loose our options to demonstrate.
-----Original Message----- From: Erik Hennum [mailto:ehen...@us.ibm.com] Sent: Thursday, June 22, 2006 4:41 PM To: Dee Schur Cc: docs...@lists.oasis-open.org; mary...@oasis-open.org; odf-...@lists.oasis-open.org Subject: Re: [docstandards-interop-tech] Please review the Docstandards InterOp Scenerio and possible venues
Hi, Dee and other Interoperators:
As a possible input for the conversational mill, I'd offer slides 7 through 9
from the following presentation, which summarize a few interoperabilty opportunities:
Because some of those slides build, they're best viewed in screenshow mode.
(My apologies for the non-standard format -- the conversion tool I tried had
hiccups on the connectors within the graphs. Life during transitional times.)
Hoping that's interesting,
Erik Hennum ehen...@us.ibm.com
"Dee Schur" To
<docs...@lists.oasis-open.org>, <dee....@oasis-open.org> <odf-...@lists.oasis-open.org> cc <mary...@oasis-open.org> 06/20/2006 05:47 AM Subject [docstandards-interop-tech] Please review the Docstandards InterOp Scenerio and possible
Hi Michael, Yes please set the call for Tuesday 27 or Thursday 29, I find those days to work best for all and usually 1:00EST seems like a good time in most time zones.
The following email was already posted but wanted to make certain we all reviewed it, as I think this is a good venue for our InterOp.
Open Publish 2006
For more information see http://open-conferences.com/baltimore .
The show runs Sept. 27-29 in Baltimore. We are keen to include: - Adoption of Open Standards in Publishing - ODF and other Document Formats - DITA and Topic Oriented Content Creation - Authoring and Content Creation for Reusable Data - Innovative Publishing Business Models - Improving Access to Government Publishing Information - Single Source Publishing Processes - Case Studies on Open Publishing Technology Adoption
If you are interested, please submit your ideas in the Call For Papers section of the Web Site (http://openconferences.com/baltimore/cfp.html), or contact me for further information.
Dale C. Waldt +1.585.703.8440 President, aXtive Minds da...@aXtiveminds.com
-----Original Message----- From: Michael Priestley [mailto:mpri...@ca.ibm.com] Sent: Thursday, June 15, 2006 10:28 PM To: Carol Geyer Cc: docs...@lists.oasis-open.org Subject: Re: [docstandards-interop-tech] RE: [odf-adoption] Please review the Docstandards InterOp Scenerio and possible venues
I'll be at DITA Europe, and could probably arrange to be at one of XML or Open Publish.
In order to make sure we have something to share by that point, should we have a kickoff call to set schedules and priorities? I have a telecon number we can use at least for the short term.
Would it make sense to have a call some time the week of June 26th? I'll be away next week but hope to be checking email - what days work best for an on-going meeting? How often should we meet - once a week, once a month?
Perhaps we could start by posting introductions, priorities (what are you hoping for out of this activity), and preferred meeting times.
"Carol Geyer" <caro...@oasis-open.org>
06/06/2006 12:34 PM To <docs...@lists.oasis-open.org> cc Subject [docstandards-interop-tech] RE: [odf-adoption] Please review the Docstandards InterOp Scenerio and possible venues
I assume the team could decide to stage the InterOp twice--once in Europe and once in North America, right?
Obviously, the upside would be additional exposure and the downside would be extra travel. It this an option worth considering?
From: Dee Schur [mailto:dee....@oasis-open.org] Sent: Tuesday, June 06, 2006 12:19 PM To: docs...@lists.oasis-open.org Cc: odf-...@lists.oasis-open.org Subject: [odf-adoption] Please review the Docstandards InterOp Scenerio and possible venues
I am posting the proposed scenario (as follows) provided by Michael Priestley (thank you Michael) to the docstandards list. I am also sending a list of venues for potential participants to review and send feedback to the list please. As many of you know, the InterOps take a lot of time and commitment but they are really popular with analyst, conference attendees, end users and public representatives.
Thanks! Dee Schur Member Support www.oasis-open.org
-----Original Message----- From: Michael Priestley [mailto:mpri...@ca.ibm.com] Sent: Wednesday, April 12, 2006 12:07 AM To: Dee Schur Cc: 'Carol Geyer'; 'Dee Schur'; 'Donald Harbison'; 'Don Day'; jane...@oasis-open.org; mary...@oasis-open.org; 'Michael Brauer - Sun Germany - ham02 - Hamburg'; 'Norman Walsh' Subject: Re: Discussion to advance DITA/ODF/DocBooks InterOp Demo
OK, finally got the outline done - harder than I thought, even at a high level, to come up with something that didn't immediately expose my utter ignorance of how the public sector works (please wait at least an hour before gently letting me know that my efforts have been unsuccessful):
- govt worker begins drafting a policy note in ODF about the use of personal data received via email - govt worker pulls in the text of the relevant statute, which is in a DITA specialization - govt worker pulls in the legal disclaimer which must now be included in every government email reply, from a different DITA specialization - govt worker pulls in the instructions on how to include the text of the disclaimer in emails, from documentation of the email software written in DocBook
- technical author 1, using DITA, creates an internal policy and procedures website - and pulls in text from the DocBook email software documentation - and pulls in the legal text from a DITA specialization - and pulls in the relevant section of the policy note, written in ODF
- technical author 2, using DocBook, creates a customized version of the email software documentation - and pulls in portions of the procedures web site, in the form of DITA topics and ODF policy notes
- as the legal disclaimer changes, or the policy changes, or the email software changes, or the statute itself changes, all the references can be updated simply by rebuilding/republishing the content, since all reuse is by reference not by copy-and-paste
Now I'm off to sign on to the interop mailing list. Let me know if there's anything I need to change before going to the DITA TC list with the proposal. Suggestions for improvement/corrections would be very welcome.
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