As my take-off to Amsterdam approaches, the issue of what Phase 2 of the OeG will look like is squarely on the table. Interest by companies and individuals is high--just this morning I had a call with Miko Matsumura, who chairs the OASIS committee on service-oriented architecture, to discuss the idea of a governance framework for service-oriented architectures. Both he and Patrick Gannon, OASIS' president, have genuine interest in the OeG's work and collaboration in a Phase 2.
Is a "roadmap" for SOA a big enough topic with high global demand to be the focus on the OeG for Phase 2? That's the question.
Other news: the Roadmap for Open ICT Ecosystems now has a wiki, here at:
So now the whole world can join in the dialogue and help the Roadmap evolve.
The Roadmap also exists in portuguese and chinese (both available online). Spanish and thai versions are nearing completion.
With over 50,000 downloads from the Berkman Center's OeG website (See my Links), the word is definitely getting out.