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From Lawrence Mandel <>
Subject Fw: Future of WSDL2 test-suite, CVS, errata, etc.
Date Tue, 26 Jun 2007 18:15:09 GMT
FYI, good news. The WS WSDL infrastructure will remain in place and have 
an owner after WSDL 2.0 becomes a rec.


----- Forwarded by Lawrence Mandel/Toronto/IBM on 06/26/2007 02:10 PM 

"Jonathan Marsh" <> 
Sent by:
06/26/2007 01:24 PM

"'John Kaputin \(gmail\)'" <>, "'WS-Description WG'" 

RE: Future of WSDL2 test-suite, CVS, errata, etc.

Yes, the infrastructure will remain in place indefinitely.  A charter for 
a Web Services Core Working Group is under development [1] which would 
assume responsibility for maintenance and enhancement of the test suite. I 
encourage you to continue to contribute more test cases and updated 
results.  I personally plan to continue to be involved.
Jonathan Marsh - -
From: [] On 
Behalf Of John Kaputin (gmail)
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2007 9:08 AM
To: WS-Description WG
Subject: Future of WSDL2 test-suite, CVS, errata, etc.
Will the WSDL2 working group's current infrastructure remain in place 
after the WS charter expires and the spec goes to Rec? Things like the 
test suite, accessible from CVS, the Interop Dashboard, etc, are still 
useful as we complete the assertion/validation compliance in Apache Woden. 
 We probably want to contribute more assertion test cases to the test 
suite.  Also, future WSDL2 implementations can reuse the test suite 
(perhaps an Eclipse EMF implementation)..

Any ideas on how/who will handle errata? Is there likely to be some sort 
of WSDL2 'maintenance' WG?

John Kaputin.

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