[SM3] SM call on Monday 3PM ET

[SM3] SM call on Monday 3PM ET

[SM3] SM call on Monday 3PM ET

William Wagner wamwagner at comcast.net
Sat Jul 16 22:25:19 UTC 2016

The PWG Semantic Model Workgroup has a conference call scheduled for 3PM Monday, 18 July. We have not had a reasonable call since the last face-to-face and, among other things, we should consider  what might be of more interest to the members than out current charter provides.

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(1) PWG IP Policy, Minute Taker, and Agenda Review
(2) Review of proposed SM Page: Michael is updating the PWG website and has proposed new description pages for the active workgroups. Although he has generated a fine SM writeup (http://www.pwg.org/sm/model.html), it would be appropriate for the workgroup to consider that information both with regard to what they intend the workgroup to be and do, and how well the writeup conveys this intent.
(3) Initiation of PWG 3D Job Ticket project process: The primary chartered workgroup activity currently is SM2 update, which is necessary, but a major effort for which there is little enthusiasm and little opportunity for group participation, at least until specific recommendations for changes and additions to the model can be made. On the other hand, the PWG seems interested in 3D Printing, and the IPP workgroup is proceeding with the IPP 3D extensions specfiication, which is now in prototype.  The SM writeup  presents providing an abstracted PWG Job Ticket, reflecting the provisions of IPP, as one of the primary functions of the SM Workgroup. Therefore, it would be reasonable for the workgroup to consider a PWG 3D Printing Job Ticket  project as appropriate and desirable at this time. If so, the project proposal process must be started, following ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/general/process/pwg-white-policy-20140505.txt , including a white paper, updated charter, etc. Does the workgroup intend to do that?
Bill Wagner

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