[apps-wg] GridRPC API document 60day public comment period closing April 21

Craig Lee craig at rush.aero.org
Tue Apr 12 22:07:25 CDT 2005


To reiterate Yoshio' s message, the 60-day public comment period
for the GridRPC End-User API document will close April 21.

We need as many people as possible commenting on this
proposed GGF Recommendation document!

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At 09:29 PM 4/3/2005, Yoshio Tanaka wrote:

>Dear all,
>Note that the GGF Editorial process requires public comments for a document
>can move forward - without any comments the document will be stalled - so
>please read it over and comment!
>From: Yoshio Tanaka <yoshio.tanaka at aist.go.jp>
>Subject: [gridrpc-wg] GridRPC API document has been submitted to 60days 
>public comments
>Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 23:52:51 +0900 (JST)
> >
> > Dear all,
> >
> > "A GridRPC Model and API for End-User Applications" has been approved
> > by the GFSG and submitted to 60days public comments.
> >
> > Public comments can be viewed and submitted via the GridForge Editor
> > pages (see Forums) or:
> >
> > http://www.ggf.org/documents
> >
> > Public comments play an important part in the advancement of a GGF
> > draft and publication as a document in the GGF document series.
> > An active public comment period strengthens the case that the document
> > is a useful and desired work product for some community of consumers.
> >
> > Please make public comments, even if the essence is as simple as, "I
> > have read this, and support it."
> >
> > Keith and Frederic,
> > Would you circulate the public comment availability to NetSolve and
> > DIET users?
> >
> > --
> > Yoshio Tanaka (yoshio.tanaka at aist.go.jp)
> > http://ninf.apgrid.org/
> > http://www.apgrid.org/
> >
>Yoshio Tanaka (yoshio.tanaka at aist.go.jp)

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