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TTCS online meeting on Monday 3rd November 2008 from 7:30pm

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  • Dev Anand Teelucksingh
    The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS) will be having an online meeting on Monday 3rd November 2008 at 7:30pm via Skype (http://www.skype.com/). The
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      The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS) will be having an online
      meeting on Monday 3rd November 2008 at 7:30pm
      via Skype (http://www.skype.com/). The Trinidad and Tobago Computer
      Society skype account is "trinidadtobagocomputersociety".

      Those with Skype accounts who wish to participate, add your Skype
      contact to the "trinidadtobagocomputersociety" Skype account or email
      admin@... with your Skype ID.

      Please confirm by email to admin@... that you will be
      participating at this online meeting.

      The focus of this online meeting is to discuss the draft Trinidad and
      Tobago Government Omnibus Technical Standards (eGOTS) which describes
      the technical standards in the areas of

      • networking (e.g IPv4, 802.11g, WebDAV)
      • data integration (these relate to the format of the data being
      transferred including file format types e.g DOC, PDF, MP3)
      • application / presentation (e.g POP3, CSS2, AJAX, RSS)
      • security (e.g Kerberos v5, SHA-256, WEP,
      • web services (SOAP 1.2, WS-Discovery, WS-Reliability v1.1)

      to be used within and by the Trinidad and Tobago Government for the
      exchange of information between :
      Government and citizens (G2C), Government and Businesses (G2B) and
      Different Government entities (G2G).

      Standards are classified in terms of the maturity of their use within
      Trinidad and Tobago Government systems :

      • Under Observation - means that the standard is either on the list to
      consider or is under active consideration.
      • Approved - the standard has been adopted for use within the T&T public
      sector.
      • Deprecated - means that the standard is still in use within the T&T
      public sector. However, it has been superseded and should
      not be used on new projects.
      • Withdrawn - means that the standard has either been rejected at
      initial consideration, or withdrawn from use for security or
      other reasons. All users should move off withdrawn standards

      The eGOTS will be discussed at a Ministry of Public Administration (MPA)
      this week, hence the nature and sudden notice of this meeting.
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