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Re: [cgs-wg] Jan 21 call aborted; Next call Feb 4
I'm not sure whether or not I can make the trip
to GGF7, so I cannot do any volunteering at this
point. I would like input from Andreas and Ellen
as to what they think is feasible in the way of
including the JSIM work into a CIMOM demo. I am
uncertain (getting back into the grind after vacation)
as to what has been accomplished so far. Do we have
a JSIM MOF? Can an instance be dislayed on a CIM
browser? Anything else?
Again, I believe that 'anything' we can show
in the way of a working model -- with respect
to CIM and what a CIMOM is and what we can do
with it -- will be educational and worthwhile,
regardless of how trivial.
Let's not wait until Feb. 4 to talk more about
this. Please jump in.
On Jan 21, 11:48am, Larry Flon wrote:
> Subject: RE: [cgs-wg] Jan 21 call aborted; Next call Feb 4
> I understand, I am just back from vacation as well.
> The only problem with email is bandwidth for a discussion like this. I was
> referring to the series of emails with the subject "JSIM as part of demo at
> GGF7". We would need to decide what we are going to do, who is going to do
> it, who is going to demo it, and during what part of the conference. If you
> think we can do that over email, we can try, but it would be better on a
> call I think.
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 11:23 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [cgs-wg] Jan 21 call aborted; Next call Feb 4
> Sorry I wasn't on the call Larry. I am just back
> from vacation and am terribly lost in a storm of
> I don't see any reason to postpone a discussion
> about a JSIM demo to the next call. Why can't we
> discuss this via email? Is this the same demo I
> wrote about (SBLIM CIMOM demo)? Or is this strictly
> a JSIM demo?
> On Jan 21, 10:56am, Larry Flon wrote:
> > Subject: [cgs-wg] Jan 21 call aborted; Next call Feb 4
> > There was a scheduled call today, but only Ellen, Andreas and I were
> > there, so we aborted the call after 20 minutes. This was unfortunate,
> > because I had hoped we could discuss the topic of a JSIM demo at GGF7.
> > The next call is scheduled for Tuesday Feb 4. Those of you that are
> > interested in the JSIM demo topic please plan to join us. If we don't
> > spend some time discussing it on the 4th, it probably won't happen at
> > GGF7.
> > Peter, will your schedule allow you to participate and lead the
> > discussion?
> > The next call is scheduled for 4-Feb-03, with a followup on 18-Feb.
> > Two weeks after that we will be at GGF7, so the 18th will be the last
> > call before Tokyo.
> > The following call information applies to these upcoming calls.
> > The CGS-WG has a bi-weekly teleconference on Tuesdays at these times:
> > 08.00-09.00 US Pacific (e.g. Los Angeles)
> > 09.00-10.00 US Mountain (e.g. Denver)
> > 10.00-11.00 US Central (e.g. Chicago)
> > 11.00-12.00 US Eastern (e.g. New York)
> > 16.00-17.00 GMT UK (e.g. London)
> > 17.00-18.00 Central Europe (e.g. Paris)
> > 01.00-02.00 Japan (next day)
> > The next teleconference is scheduled for: 4 Feb 2003
> > The teleconference information is:
> > domestic: 1 888 709 8699
> > international: 1 773 799 3951
> > passcode: 35316
> > A tentative agenda for this call follows:
> > 1. Agenda bashing
> > 2. JSIM Demo at GGF7?
> > 3. Open questions:
> > - BatchJob Class - description of task to execute, e.g.
> > script/command/program, parameters, recovery options, management of
> > output, etc. Provide a single, uninterpreted text string as a place
> > holder in this first release? Or try to drill down and come up with a
> > real schema?
> > - BatchJob recovery options - stop, re-run, notify, etc.
> > - BatchService Class - define common and useful properties.
> > - BatchJobGroup vs. Workflow - is there a simple ordering/grouping
> > that we should include, without opening Pandora's workflow box? 3. Any
> > other business
> > Larry
> >-- End of excerpt from Larry Flon
>-- End of excerpt from Larry Flon