m.b.taylor at bristol.ac.uk
Thu Sep 16 03:26:17 PDT 2010
The SAMP 1.2 document has now been promoted to Proposed Recommendation,
and is available at
The only minor change since the WD I noted below is an addition of
the IVOA Architecture Diagram and some associated rewording in
section 1.1, at the request of the Christophe Arviset for the TCG
(the intention is that all IVOA Recommendation Track documents
in the future will reference the Architecture in this way).
There's currently a character set issue with the HTML form of the
document (my fault), which I hope will be fixed in the uploaded
document shortly; the PDF version is OK.
After the statutory couple of weeks, if there are no objections,
I will ask Tom to call for an RFC on the document as the next step
towards REC status.
On Wed, 18 Aug 2010, Mark Taylor wrote:
> Dear Applications Working Group,
> a Working Draft of version 1.2 of the SAMP standard has now been
> published, and is available at:
> (this isn't quite new news, but for one reason and another I haven't
> actually drawn attention to it before).
> The changes, listed in Appendix B, are fairly minor:
> * Use of new SAMP_HUB environment variable lockfile location
> option documented in section 4.3.
> * Added Non-Technical Preamble section 1.1 as per agreement for
> all new/revised IVOA documents.
> There are no unresolved disagreements on the apps-samp list about
> the details. We already have two interoperating implementations
> of the new SAMP_HUB feature (as well as all the features from
> the v1.11 REC):
> - SAMPy 1.2.0beta:
> - JSAMP 1.1:
> I'll give it a couple of weeks for anybody in the Apps WG to comment,
> and then if there are no objections I'll ask Tom to promote it to PR.
> Mark Taylor Astronomical Programmer Physics, Bristol University, UK
> m.b.taylor at bris.ac.uk +44-117-928-8776 http://www.star.bris.ac.uk/~mbt/
Mark Taylor Astronomical Programmer Physics, Bristol University, UK
m.b.taylor at bris.ac.uk +44-117-928-8776 http://www.star.bris.ac.uk/~mbt/
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