[OSLC] OSLC-CM Working Group Minutes 6 January 2010

Steve K Speicher sspeiche at us.ibm.com
Wed Jan 6 13:21:44 EST 2010

Minutes at: http://open-services.net/bin/view/Main/CmMeetings01062010

Included for your convenience:

Attendees: SteveSpeicher, AndreWeinand, MikKersten, RobertElves, 
DenisTyrell, MarkRinger, SusanDuncan, IanGreen, YongLi, SamLee, SamitMehta 

Regrets: ScottBosworth, MatsGothe 
Call for last minute agenda changes 
Update on CmMeetingsActions (see following) 
No updates since last meeting on CmOfRequirements or CmScenarioReviews 
(schedule for Jan 20th meeting) 
Review of roadmaps targetting of finalization by May 2010 and convergence 
starting as early as March, looks good to most. Confirm at Jan-20th 
Review of CmResourceDefinitionsV2 
Review proposed changes and outstanding items listed V2 resource 
Looking for owners to drive specification for V2 resource definition (see 
reference for areas) 
ACTION: SteveSpeicher Need to add links/properties for requirements and 
test cases 
Discussion on modifying and reading status property (how to determine if 
CR is done, how to update it to be done and how to handle additional 
Perhaps add concept of actions/operations to CR to modify the status 
instead of PUTing status field directly and infering action. 
Gather requirements for states and state transitions: possibly have in a 
schema/service descriptor for peforming state transitions. 
RTC uses two attributes to define completeness of CR: status and 
resolution, but falls into state groups for things like open, in progress 
and closed 
States/statuses can be complex constructs that have the standard OSLC 
element, along with provider-specific and other info: label, valid 
operations, etc. 
WG agreed to move to weekly meetings to accellerate progress on 2.0 specs 
ACTION SteveSpeicher to schedule out additional meetings with specific 
technical topics on the agenda 
Next meeting 20-Jan-2010 
Update minutes with any corrections 

Steve Speicher | IBM Rational Software | (919) 254-0645
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