OSLC Linking Profiles - Gammon inputs


"Eran Gery"
 

Thanks Jim!

 

Attached is a consolidated version of the document… I accepted most of the proposed changes.

 

 

 

Best regards,

Eran

 

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All, See my attached comments building on the changes already forwarded. In short, my proposed edits of the Problem Statement section reflect my experiential presentation of the burning platform up front. And, while I didn’t take the

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All,

 

See my attached comments building on the changes already forwarded.

 

In short, my proposed edits of the Problem Statement section reflect my experiential presentation of the burning platform up front. And, while I didn’t take the liberty or time to completely restructure the entire document out of respect for the work already performed, I do recommend we seriously consider merging the Overview (Outline) with the Problem Statement section.  As an OSLC end user, that would help me most understand what I am reading and why it exists.

 

I also really like the explanations in the Solution section and believe this is a great foundation for the path forward.

 

Regards,

James E Gammon Jr.
SNS Engineering
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Jim Gammon <james_e_gammon@...>
 

All,

 

See my attached comments building on the changes already forwarded.

 

In short, my proposed edits of the Problem Statement section reflect my experiential presentation of the burning platform up front. And, while I didn’t take the liberty or time to completely restructure the entire document out of respect for the work already performed, I do recommend we seriously consider merging the Overview (Outline) with the Problem Statement section.  As an OSLC end user, that would help me most understand what I am reading and why it exists.

 

I also really like the explanations in the Solution section and believe this is a great foundation for the path forward.

 

Regards,

James E Gammon Jr.
SNS Engineering
Enterprise & RI&S Digital Engineering

O:  +1 972.344.5637
C:  +1 972.880.0413
James.E.Gammon@...



Engineering
13510 North Central Expressway

Dallas, TX  75243