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Tuesday, 17 October 2006
After the 3rd public review, the UBL TC now voted and approved UBL 2.0 as an Committee Specification. This means the specification is stable now (there might be minor changes but no major ones). The appval of UBL 2.0 as official OASIS Standard could be already in December.

Below you can find the complete message of Jon Bosak.
Greetings,
Karsten -------
Hello UBL TC,
I am delighted to report that UBL 2.0 has been approved as an OASIS Committee Specification. The ballot, supervised by OASIS, closed last night with a unanimous vote to approve. This means that UBL 2.0 is now an official OASIS specification available for general implementation.
Pursuant to our vote to approve, the new CS has been submitted to OASIS for standardization. Assuming that it meets all OASIS administrative requirements, the CS will be published to the organizational members of OASIS at the beginning of November for a two-week familiarization period and will then undergo balloting by the organizational members during the second half of the month. If all goes well, we should be able to announce ratification of UBL 2.0 as an OASIS Standard in early to mid December.
I'd like to emphasize, however, that our work on UBL 2.0 is far from complete. At next month's TC meeting in Singapore, we will begin the next major phases of development -- the creation of the Support Package and the localized versions of the specification. Over the coming months, we must also complete several ancillary documents intended for eventual CS status in their own right; these include the UBL 2.0 Naming and Design Rules (currently out for public review), the UBL Code List Value Validation Methodology, the UBL Customization Methodology, the UBL 2.0 Small Business Subset, and (if we can find the resources) the UBL 2.0 input and output specifications and perhaps even ISO RELAX NG versions of the UBL schemas. We must also begin gathering input for UBL 2.1, though given everything else we have to do, I do not expect actual development work on 2.1 to start before 2008.
Thanks to everyone who has contributed to our success in completing the first phase of the UBL 2.0 development cycle. I look forward to working with you all as we move into deployment.
Jon
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Jon Bosak, Distinguished Engineer, Corporate Standards Office of Global Government Strategy, Sun Microsystems Chair, OASIS Universal Business Language TC This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it http://www.sun.com/standards ######################################################
 
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