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Subject [Ws Wiki] Update of "WSTrackUs09" by GlenDaniels
Date Sun, 05 Jul 2009 20:45:14 GMT
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The following page has been changed by GlenDaniels:

  === Track Description ===
+ The Apache Web Services Project is a constellation of software built around XML-based integration
and the "WS-*" set of standards (SOAP, WSDL, WS-Security, etc).  It includes everything from
the popular Axis2 SOAP stack to libraries to help you process WS-Policy, XML Schema, and Web
Service Security.  This track will introduce all the sub-projects, provide end-user case studies,
and give you a chance to interact directly with the developers.  Whether you have specific
questions or just need deeper knowledge of the Apache WS stack, the Web Services track is
the place to be.
  ## Must be suitable for program, one paragraph, identify Who, What and Why.
  ## This must be oriented towards the technologist familiar with this subject
@@ -109, +109 @@

  == Questions and Answers ==
+ == Session Ideas ==
+  * A session (panel w/demo?) on interoperability with representation from Stonehenge, CXF,
and any other WS providers that happen to be at the con (MS, Sun, etc?).
+  * At least one "case study" session with examples of Apache WS technology in real-world
+  * A "how it all fits together" session on the architecture of Axis2, the WS-Commons projects,
and the various modules.
+  * An "ask the developers" panel where users can bring up whatever topics they're inspired
to discuss with committers from all the major WS projects
+  * A hands-on intro session about getting started with A2 (like Deepal's quickstart stuff)
+  * "Arc Talks" (like lightning but longer-lived :)) about each of the WS-Commons projects

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