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September 06, 2008

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Jag

Hi Tom, this sounds fascinating. The topic is also something I have spent considerable time on. Would love to hook up with you at some point to exchange some views.
Regards - Jag

Philipp Hoschka

Tom - great to have you on board!
-Philipp

Bernardo Carvalho

Congrats, Tom - this is great stuff and a subject I am *very* interested on and on which I've worked for a good part of the past 12 months. I wonder if there's any way I can participate on the discussions?

Tom Hume

Bernardo - of course! The home page for the group is at

http://www.w3.org/2005/MWI/BPWG/Group/TaskForces/CT/

And there's details of the mailing list where issues are discussed, plus minutes from calls on this page - it's all public.

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