|Target Audience||- Business
|Assets||- XML schemas
- ETSI Terms and Definitions Database (TEDDI)
|Federation Benefits||Expected Benefits||- Increased visibility
- Increased efficiency in distributing standards
|Mapping to ADMS||Language||English|
|Licence||Intellectual Property Right (IPR) information available for standards|
Milan Zoric: The main focus of ETSI is technical interoperability. However, in this context, XML is increasingly used by ETSI. The ETSI specifications cannot strictly be categorised to be either semantic or technical interoperability standards.
Miguel Angel Reina Ortega: Some examples of semantic assets that can be described with ADMS are the work on Electronic Signature Interoperability (ESI) (involving the XAdES signatures), the ETSI terms and definitions database (TEDDI) and the SOAP REM Profile which ETSI produced for SPOCS.
Milan Zoric: ETSI should spend more effort in raising visibility of its standards. By sharing semantic assets through the federation, even if it is only a very limited number, ETSI could increase its visibility. Also, ETSI currently sends a DVD-ROM with all its specifications to its members. In the future, we might consider just sending the description metadata, with links to the actual specifications.