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Membership

Christine Sommo-FRBNY 16:09, 24 May 2007 (BST) Andrew (I think) proposed that membership (the version that comes with a userid and password that allows editing of any page on the wiki and voting rights) require nomination from an existing member of the group. I think there was general agreement. Correct?

San 14:23, 25 May 2007 (BST) That's my recollection. Do we have any official mechanism for contacting the "group"? Other than posting something here?

Decisions

Christine Sommo-FRBNY 10:27, 25 April 2007 (ADT) Institutions such as ours are sometimes beset by processes and priorities that are baffling and illogical. Or at least out of the control of the individual authors of the specification. Therefore, founding institutions should be granted voting rights with a grace period extending through the end of this year (2007) in which to publish an RSS-CB compliant feed. If, by then they have failed to do so, they forfeit their voting rights until they do. Yes?

San Cannon-FRB 17:30, 1 May 2007 (ADT) I agree. The creation of a RSS-CB compliant feed of any type by year end 2007 should preserve the original institution's voting status.

Background

Paul Asman-FRBNY 09:10, 25 April 2007 (ADT) Collaboration on common central bank usage of RSS stemmed from an earlier effort by North American central banks to collaborate on common central bank usage of SDMX. The Banco de México proposed a charter for the initial collaboration, which became the basis of a more general charter. That more general charter is the basis of this document. The original and subsequent general charter are attached.

Name

Paul Asman-FRBNY 09:30, 25 April 2007 (ADT) Brent had proposed the name "Central Bank Automated Content Exchange," I believe so that he could get the acronym 'CB-ACE' out of it. It strikes me as a bit cute, but I don't have a better alternative, so I'm leaving this section blank in the hope that someone else will take the lead.

Christine Sommo-FRBNY 09:51, 25 April 2007 (ADT)does this mean we're getting jackets?

San Cannon-FRB 17:35, 1 May 2007 (ADT) As long as they aren't pink.... there are too many red-heads in the group! I'm also not so fond of the acronym but it does work - and I don't think it's offensive in Latin....

Brent Eades-Bank of Canada 14:32, 3 May 2007 (ADT) - OK, how about "Central Bank - Automated Statistical Syndication"? Would look snappy on the jackets...

Christine Sommo-FRBNY 15:29, 3 May 2007 (ADT) We lost my earlier suggestion - Central Bank Metadata Official Representative Organization for Negotiation.