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Re: [xml-dev] The ICE (Information and Content Exchange) AuthoringGroupinvite s you .......
- From: Ron Schmelzer <email@example.com>
- To: "Elledge, Marion" <MElledge@idealliance.org>, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2001 14:09:09 -0400
Are you planning a conference call or some other means to disemminate this
information? I am an analyst focusing on XML, but to be honest, I would
rather not travel at the moment. Is it possible for you to have a conference
call, web conference, Flash presentation, or other means to get this
information without having to appear in person? I know that for myself, and
probably others in the analyst community, showing up in person for a
few-hour or one day dialogue on a focused effort is not possible given the
economic, security, and resource challenges in this environment.
This is actually the second event IDEAlliance has hosted that was fairly
difficult, if not impossible, for analysts to attend without their physical
presence (the other was an in-person meeting about PRISM in New York). I
have also been trying to get your people to chat with us on the phone about
your efforts and it has been likewise difficult. Just some advice for
yourself and any others that care to spread information in an "in person
only" format. I would rather not have information doled out in person when
it can be as effectively distributed over remote means.
I sent this to the group to urge others who plan to announce products,
services, or standards, to make it easier on analysts and journalists by
offering alternate means to get content other than by attending in person.
This is doubly the case for "standards" groups that have openness as a
----- Original Message -----
From: "Elledge, Marion" <MElledge@idealliance.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2001 2:40 PM
Subject: [xml-dev] The ICE (Information and Content Exchange) Authoring
Groupinvite s you .......
> The ICE (Information and Content Exchange) Authoring Group invites you to
> learn about ICE 2.0.
> Date: Wednesday, September 26
> Time: 7:30 A.M Continental Breakfast
> Place: Marriott Hotel one block from the Moscone Center
> Room: Knob Hill B
> For those who are new to this standard, ICE is an XML-based communications
> protocol optimized for managing the regular exchange of content and data
> among business partners.
> The first version of the ICE specification was released in 1998 and has
> enjoyed considerable support. An update, ICE 1.1 was also released and it
> too has been incorporated into products produced by companies including
> Vignette, Kinecta, Interwoven, Oracle, HP, and Active Data Exchange. There
> is also an ICE cookbook to assist developers in using ICE. In addition, a
> reference implementation toolkit called ICE CUBES is being developed and
> available at www.sourceforge.com <http://www.sourceforge.com/>.
> Originally designed for syndication of news networks, ICE is now a vital
> technology for value networks and Web portals, as trading partners face
> need to keep one another updated with current information. Syndication
> ICE technology has now become synonymous with managed content interchange
> since it addresses the need for automated, reliable, secure distribution
> redistribution of all types of commercial and non commercial content.
> Now, armed with the knowledge of required enhancements and aware of a host
> of new infrastructure and transport layer options, the Authoring Group has
> decided to move to the next major version of the specification.
> You are invited to become a part of this process.
> Some of the current plans for ICE 2.0 include:
> · Exploration of ICE-based syndication as a Web Service
> · Integration of the latest standards such as XML Schemas, XML Namespaces,
> UDDI, SOAP, PRISM, and RDF
> · Elegant metadata implementations including PRISM an RDF
> · Well-defined protocol extension mechanism
> · Development of a framework for a public catalog
> · New transport layers such as HTTP/S, SMTP, NNTP, and WAP
> Join the Authoring Group for breakfast; find out all about the value of
> and how you can implement it; and get involved in ICE 2.0
> Please RSVP to Linda Burman at email@example.com
> About ICE and the ICE Authoring Group
> ICE (Information and Content Exchange) is a key industry initiative hosted
> by the IDEAlliance and sponsored by a group of companies who have a common
> interest in solving the problem of automating and managing the exchange of
> every type of content. The group consists of software developers and
> companies who distribute or consume content, whether commercially or
> intranet and extranet frameworks. The ICE Authoring Group and the ICE
> Network are open to all companies and include companies such as Adobe
> Systems, Vignette, Active Data Exchange, Interwoven, Kinecta, and National
> Semi Conductor.
> For information contact:
> Linda Burman at 416 699-7198 firstname.lastname@example.org
> IDEAlliance at 703 837-1097
> Or go to www.icestandard.org <http://www.icestandard.org/>
> Marion L. Elledge
> Executive Vice President
> (founded in 1966 as the Graphic Communications Association)
> 100 Daingerfield Road
> Alexandria, VA 22314
> Tel: 703/837-1093
> Fax: 703/548-2867
> Cell: 202/413-4729
> email: email@example.com
> Check out IDEAlliance's upcoming events!
> XML Asia Pacific
> 5-8 November 2001
> Sydney, Australia
> XML Conference and Exposition 2001
> 9-14 December 2001
> Orlando, Florida USA
> Knowledge Technologies 2002
> 11-14 March 2002
> Seattle, Washington USA
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