- Roll Call
- Scribe nomination
- Review minutes of previous meeting
- Look for volunteer for note taker
- Approval of last week's minutes
- Discussion of scenarios, with a view to move towards deciding on the ones to include in the next specification deliverable
Scenario submitted on mailing list:deploying build artifacts as part of Continuous Integration
- Any other business
- Martin Pain
- John Arwe
John Arwe (IBM), Martin Pain (IBM), Uri Shani (IBM), Umberto Caselli (IBM). Quorum not achieved.
- Florian Georg and Steve Speicher
[16:13] John Arwe (IBM): scribe: John Arwe
[16:13] John Arwe (IBM): ... under the assumption that either (a) we will get to quorum eventually or (b) others will use them to catch up.
[16:14] John Arwe (IBM): Topic: Scenario submitted via email
[16:14] John Arwe (IBM): https://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/oslc-automation/email/archives/201404/msg00008.html
[16:17] John Arwe (IBM): some recap of concepts coverable via oslc automation 2.0, which is an accepted contribution.
[16:17] Martin Pain (IBM): http://open-services.net/wiki/automation/Automation-Scenarios/
[16:18] Martin Pain (IBM): http://open-services.net/wiki/automation/
[16:19] John Arwe (IBM): scenarios link above is from oslc automation 2.0; second link is working group's home page, which also has information about scope and has companion documents like best practices and primer that might help those new to automation 2.0
[16:20] John Arwe (IBM): Uri notes that scenarios are software-build oriented, whereas same basic process applies to other things like simulation, optimization, ....
[16:21] John Arwe (IBM): reading the oasis wiki scenario, C3 variant B refers to parallel builds... first I'm seeing that requirement emerging, on a top to bottom read. seems like a good one (non-obvious) if we are capturing reqts somewhere.
[16:22] John Arwe (IBM): back to Martin's scenario: automation 2.0 does not cover hand-offs across providers, e.g. (in this case) how to "map" the build artifacts (outputs) from one step to input parameters on a later step. discussion with Uri about SOA.
[16:23] John Arwe (IBM): Uri: SOA has been around a long time, has solutions for that problem.
[16:28] John Arwe (IBM): Uri: is it a goal of this spec that the inter-service bindings (mapping of parameters) could be automatically generated? Martin: not one has asked for that yet.
[16:31] John Arwe (IBM): ... Martin's scenario leaves that to the user to do.
[16:35] John Arwe (IBM): Uri: SOA may not be an issue here, you're trying to be more concrete here.
[16:36] John Arwe (IBM): Uri: should address lifecycle aspects beyond testing and software
[16:48] John Arwe (IBM): adjourned
At the end of this meeting:
Members who lost voting rights:
Bill Chown (Mentor Graphics) group role has been changed to Member
Lin Ju (IBM) role has been changed to Member
Steve Speicher (IBM) group role has been changed to Member
Members who gained voting rights:
- Leave of Absence
- Membership changes
Kyle Perkuhn (National Instruments) has left the TC
- TC summary
- The TC has 4 voting members, 6 non-voting members, and 2 observers.
The latest TC roster is at: https://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/oslc-automation/members/roster.php
Members who will lose voting rights if they do not attend:
Florian Georg (IBM)
Members who will gain voting rights if they attend:
Lonnie VanZandt (Sodius SAS)
Uri Shani (IBM)