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From Ben Laurie <...@algroup.co.uk>
Subject Re: Final proposed Agenda Xerces-J Workshop 20001016
Date Mon, 16 Oct 2000 11:18:49 GMT
Dirk-Willem van Gulik wrote:
> 
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> 
> Final agenda. Note that we moved the start/end time
> by an hour to accomodate the folks from down south
> on the peninsula. But I'll try to have the room available
> from early on - so that anyone who wants to work/connect
> can get something done on east coast hours.
> 
> Workshop on Xerces-j hosted by the ASF/XML project
>         16th of October, 10.30 am to 18.30pm
> 
> Subject:
>         Xerces-j Projects
> 
> Invitations to:
>         xerces-j-dev@xml.apache.org
>         general@xml.apache.org
>         members@apache.org
>         pmc@xml.apache.org
> 
> Host:
>         The ASF/XML project
> 
> Location:
>         Large meeting room Covalent Technologies
>         Available from 8.30
> 
>         706 Mission street 2nd Floor
>         Corner 3rd and Mission - near SF MOMA
> 
>         +1-415-536-5200
>         http://www.covalent.net/company/conact
>                 for a map
> 
>         DDS/803.11 wireless and wired connectivity
>         available.
> 
>         Contact: Lilly O'Brien <lobrien@covalent.net>
>                 1-415-536-5200
> 
> Dial-in:
>         Available to those who requested it. We will dial
>         the number you gave (and reconnect you when it
>         connection gets accidentally dropped).
> 
> Proposed Agenda:
> 
> 1.      Opening and introduction
> 
>         Confirming the proposed agenda(s).
> 
> 2.      Guidelines for the rest of the meeting
>         -> are we sitting here as effectively the Apache
>            community insofar as XML parsers is concerned
>         OR
>         -> is this more an ASF hosted workshop with company
>            representatives present as well as some representatives
>            of the apache community.
> 
> 3.      Beyond Xerces and Crimson - what consensus is there ?
>         What are we aiming for. Products, Carrier grade code,
>         reference code.. and can it be done in one product ?
> 
> 4.      Set boundaries to anything we can reach consensus on
>         in terms of priorities and aims for the time to come,
>         including, but not limited to: performance, footprint,
>         modularity, readability,
> 
> 5.      Conclude if we need to do such things as to do more
>         Requirments studies, more analysis, proof of principle
>         implementations, of what is there enough, and what do
>         we need to fix. How do we
> 
> 6.      Community aspect - do we want to continue, how do
>         we make sure all voices are heard, how do we make it
>         more of an ASF project ?
> 
> 7.      Agree on Actions, Rules and procedures from here on,
>         commitments, staffing, timelines

Ahem! You are not allowed to do this - you can only agree on suggestions
you are going to take to the developers.

Cheers,

Ben.

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