Submitted on Tuesday, December 29, 2015 - 15:44
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Your name: Toby Considine
TC name: WS-Calendar
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This ticket requests: Publish Committee Draft and release for public review
Title: WS-Calendar Minimal PIM-Conformant Schema Version 1.0 WD05
The WS-Calendar MIN is a WS-Calendar conformant schema optimized for use in
machine-to-machine (M2M) schedule negotiations.
iCalendar (RFC5545) and its peer specification XCAL (also in WS-Calendar 1.0)
a well-known and long used means to convey schedule-related information.
iCalendar makes extensive use of extension and recursion. The WS-Calendar
Platform Independent Model (PIM) constrains iCalendar and defines a simpler
information model which shares iCalendar semantics and can be used to create
the common basis for any number of Platform Specific Models (PSMs).
Because an information model is abstract, it can apply to many transmission
serialization schemas. The PIM itself does not include a transmission and
serialization schemas. Through transitive conformance such PSMs themselves
conform to WS-Calendar.
The Minimal PIM-Conformant (MIN) schema defines an XML Schema that conforms
with the PIM. MIN can be used by itself or as a seed-schema for other
Notification list: Director, The Energy Mashup Lab ; William Cox (Energy
Lab) ; Jennifer Worrall ; David Holmberg ; Toby Considine ; Gershon Janssen
(firstname.lastname@example.org); Mike Douglass ; email@example.com; 'Steven
Bushby' ; firstname.lastname@example.org; Barry Haaser ; 'Bruce Angelis' ; Sila
I discovered a minor non-substantial editing issue which I request the TC
Early on, the TC waffled between the "nerdy" Minimal PIM Conformant (artifact
name MPC) or simply MIN, and ended up as the more "marketable" MIN. I noticed
several instances of MPC still un-scrubbed from the document, notably in the
Abstract (who reads the abstract in the TC). It would be a great favor if the
Admins could correct this editorial issue during the publishing process....
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