Online Dispute Resolution discussion list
From: "Karl F. Best" <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2002 10:20:59 -0400 Subject: OASIS announcement of Online Dispute Resolution discussion list
Upon the request by eligible participants I have created an OASIS Discussion List whose purpose is to discuss the creation of an OASIS Technical Committee. Discussion on the list will begin in seven days to give everyone a chance to subscribe, and the list and its archive will be deleted after 90 days. The list is
The proposal for the formation of the list is below.
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(i) The requested name for the discussion list is "odrXML TC formation"
(ii) The scope of this discussion list is to explore the formation of an Online Dispute Resolution Technical Committee under the LegalXML Member Section of OASIS, which would develop standard syntax for an XML language for Online Dispute Resolution - odrXML. It is envisioned that the standard would include a XSD used to validate the syntax of XML documents used for transmission and that the standard would enable information interchange between different ODR systems supporting a core data model intended to provide a basic yet complete description of a single case. The standard would provide for the markup of final decisions, settlements or other final agreements as well. This TC would build from relevant work done previously by the Joint Research Centre Online Dispute Resolution Workgroup in association with the European Commission.
(iii) The persons eligible for OASIS Technical Committee Participation making this request are:
(iv) The discussion list leader will be Daniel J. Greenwood