[scrm-wg] Cloud Standards/SCRM meeting Monday 3/1
wbumpus at vmware.com
Fri Feb 26 16:57:58 CST 2010
Thanks for bringing this forward to the group.
I think this is a generous offer. I also believe it is an important collection of folks who care about Cloud Interoperability.
If we do take this on, we need to think about how to use this megaphone. I think there is an opportunity to be a win-win for all.
I will think on this over the weekend and look forward to exploring this with folks on Monday morning.
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From: cloudstandards at googlegroups.com [mailto:cloudstandards at googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Jim Warner
Sent: Friday, February 26, 2010 10:53 AM
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Cc: Bob Marcus; Reuven Cohen
Subject: Re: Cloud Standards/SCRM meeting Monday 3/1
Laboring in anonymity? Why not just disband all together as that will provide the ultimate cloak of invisibility.
Successful standards aren't those with superior technical meat. A standard gains mainstream adoption because people think "everyone else" is using it. To that end, Reuven has compiled an impressive cadre of followers. Why would anyone want to turn them away?
What would be the reason to soldier on in a bunker when we can bring many others into the fold?
On 2/26/10 12:35 PM, "Krishna Sankar (ksankar)" <ksankar at cisco.com> wrote:
With due respect to Reuven and his work, I do *not* think this group should anything with CCIF. Let us labor in anonymity and attract membership (and mindshare) by our work and demos.
Just my ~$0.02.
From: cloudstandards at googlegroups.com [mailto:cloudstandards at googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Mark A. Carlson
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Subject: Cloud Standards/SCRM meeting Monday 3/1
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Reuven Cohen has offered to turn over the CCIF google group <http://groups.google.com/group/cloudforum> forum
for use by this group. Here are the resources that he has accumulated:
1. 1170 members on the Google Group
2. #1 result for cloud interoperability among others.
3. Linkedin Groups, 1,375 Members
4. Twitter Account, @CloudForum > 4931 followers
5. www.cloudforum.org <http://www.cloudforum.org> > SEO Page rank of 5 (which is really good)
6. Attendee & sponsorship Lists from the events in New York and San Franciso
We will discuss if it makes sense to use this as a broader discussion group
around open cloud standards.
Cloud Demo update - Mark
Cloud Wiki Updates?
SCRM Wiki Updates?
Cloud Standards Google Group:
Cloud Demo Google Group:
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