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All,

If I keep misspelling everyone's names will you insist that I stop doing
the telecon minutes?

;-)
John


Myjak, Michael wrote:

> John,
>
> there is no "C" in "Myjak."
>
> :-)
>         ----------
>         From:  John P. Hancock[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
>         Sent:  Wednesday, October 22, 1997 12:24 AM
>         To:  SISO - Reference FOM Study Group
>         Subject:  RFOM telecon 1 wrap
>
>         All,
>
>         RE: The RFOM telecon held Thursday 10/13/97.
>
>         Participants:
>         Mike O'Connor
>         Steve Gross
>         Paul Gustavson
>         Jim Hammond
>         Ray Miller
>         Matt O'Connor
>         Michael Myjack
>         Bob Howard
>         Graham Shanks
>         Susan Harkrider
>         Jack Kramer
>         Randy Saunders
>         John Hancock
>
>         We followed the announced agenda which is as follows:
>         12:00-12:10: Intro, Introductions and identification of
> Community ties
>         12:10-12:20: Background, TOR status, TOR Review
>         12:20-12:40: Discuss and determine required PRODUCTS
> (including
> form),
>         and
>                      RESOURCES, and volunteer interest
>         12:40-12:55: Determine basic study schedule and tentative
> activities/
>                      responsibilities.
>         12:55-13:00  Wrap up.
>
>         During the course of discussion we broached the following
> subjects:
>         1) In review of the TOR we discussed the "Assessment of
> Community
>         Interest".  Graham said that he knew of RFOM efforts in the
> RPR
> (of
>         course), RDE, and Log communities.  Also that the Analysis
> community has
>         discussed the idea, and the Test community has interest.
>
>         2) RFOM-SG schedule needs to be refined incrementally.  We
> must
>         adequately define RFOM(s) and associated terminology to
> proceed
> with the
>         rest of the study.  The resulting conclusion reached is that
> we
> need to
>         identify, and more deeply define the spanning set of RFOM
>         possibilities.  These definitions must be complete by Mid
> November, and
>         ready for wide release before I/ITSEC.  To facilitate this, a
> set of
>         spanning possible definitions for RFOM(s) was identified, and
> posted to
>         the reflector Monday 10/20/97 by John Hancock.  They were
> derived by
>         RFOM reflector traffic on the subject.  These will be
> discussed,
> and
>         volunteers will flesh out the definitions.  From these,
> considered
>         recommendations will be developed as to which, if any, of the
> RFOMs, and
>         associated terminology, are valid for SISO to consider for
> support and
>         standardization.
>
>         3) Meetings and Telecons: Telecons will be held every two
> weeks
> on
>         Thursdays at 12:00 Noon Eastern time.  The first of these
> regular
>         telecons will be held 10/23/97.  The RFOM SG will attempt to
> hold a
>         meeting at I/ITSEC.
>
>         4) Standards Options for RFOMS:  While the definitions of
> RFOM(s) and
>         associated terminology proceeds, Michael Myjack is going to
> start to
>         gather summaries of all standards options available.  These
> sources and
>         summaries will support the standardization recommendations.
>
>         5) The SG decided to touch base with DMSO concerning the
> latest
> on the
>         OM Library in regards to it's relation to potential RFOM
> standards.
>         Since he decided to leave the telecon early, the SG nominated
> Jim
>         Hammond to look into this.  ;-)
>
>         Sorry for my continued spelling errors, could someone create
> the
>         mild-dyslexia-ED/EC object?,
>         John
>
>         --
>         ____________________________________________________________
>         "Developing Cutting-Edge Systems Takes ArtisTech People!"
>         ++--==++--==++--==++--==++--==++--==++--==++--==++--==++--=>         John P. Hancock, President, ArtisTech inc.
>         Phone: (703) 516-4500 www.artietech.com
>         Mailing Address: 4301 N. Fairfax dr., Suite1090, Arlington VA,
>
> 22203
>         Email: [log in to unmask]



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