Interoperability frameworks

Phil is blogging about Interoperability frameworks. The Danish Interoperability Framework, which we call the Reference Profile, is being made as we blog. We’re going to implement Utah style status indications.

Phil raises some important issues about governance and adoption etc. I’d be interested in how frameworks work in other countries. The Danish approach is going to be the usual pragmatic way, no legislation, no big programmes, no funding, but lots of facilitation and pro-active deliberations. It’s going to be some busy months, when we launch the Reference Profile …

I’m now also officially looking for good reference implementations and best practices. For example, could someone please send me a list of web service implementations that are critical?

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3 Comments.

  • Roman Bronowski
    November 13, 2003 4:41 am

    I am working as an expert for Polish government in preparation of interoperability legislation. I have already got interoperability frameworks from UK, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Malaysia. I am looking for others.

  • Roman Bronowski
    November 14, 2003 3:36 am

    Hi John,
    Till now I have from: UK, Germany, Denmark, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Malaysia.
    I am still looking for something from Canada and USA.

  • Hi Roman,
    The Danish interoperability framework, called the Reference Profile is out in draft.

    Do you have links to the frameworks from Hong Kong and Malaysia?

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