Here is the second e-newsletter from the SJTAG Working Group. We hope that this is providing a useful link to the activities of the Working Group, although you will probably find that there is some new material on the SJTAG website almost every week.
If you're a reader of New Electronics, look out for a brief article on SJTAG in the coming weeks!
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Poster Session - ITC 2008
This year, we do not have a full paper suitable for ITC in Santa Clara this October, but we are instead presenting an SJTAG Poster Session. Poster Previews are presented during session 19 (starting 2:00pm on Wednesday 29th) with the main poster session running during the Octoberfest Reception later that same day.
SJTAG Discussion Forums
Just a reminder to everyone that the SJTAG website has an on-line discussion forum. Access is available to anyone with an interest in the subject of System-Level Boundary Scan, not just the Working Group members. If all you want to do is just browse through the topics, then that's fine, but you'll need to self-register if you want to add anything to the ongoing debates.
The July/August survey has now pretty much run it's course and has provided some excellent feedback on user perception of the important issues for SJTAG. We have to say that we were delighted by the level of response we got, with more than 45% of the people we contacted taking the time to complete the survey. Another very pleasing outcome was that the vast majority of respondents agreed to take part in our follow-up survey, which we are currently preparing and will circulate a little later in the year.
In the meantime, the original survey will remain open for a few more days.
Unfortunately, the July Newsletter contained an inaccurate link to the SJTAG "Wiki" site: This should have been http://wiki.sjtag.org/. We apologise for any confusion this caused.
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News from the website
A selection of recent RSS/ATOM news items from the website:
Meeting Minutes from August 18th (Issued: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 20:03:00 GMT)
The minutes from the weekly meeting held on August 18th, 2008 have now been published. Featured discussions: a. Survey Results and Status, b. Status of the White Paper sections, c. ITC Poster Session, d. Comments on revised Scope and Purpose statements for PAR.
Meeting Minutes from August 11th (Issued: (Mon, 18 Aug 2008 19:18:00 GMT)
The minutes from the weekly meeting held on August 11th, 2008 have now been published. Featured discussions: a. Survey Results and Status, b. Status of the White Paper sections, c. ITC Poster Session, d. Comments on Scope statement for PAR, e. Review of Purpose statement for PAR.
SJTAG Poster at ITC (Issued: Tue, 12 Aug 2008 19:03:00 GMT)
The SJTAG Working Group will be presenting a "Poster" during the Octoberfest Reception at ITC. A 5-minute preview will be given earlier in the afternoon, during Session 19.
Revised meeting schedule - August/September (Issued: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 19:45:00 GMT)
The meeting schedule for the remainder of August has been revised to maximise the number of meetings that can be held during August and September, while allowing for the US Labor Day holiday on September 1st.
Meeting Minutes from August 4th (Issued: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 19:38:00 GMT)
The minutes from the weekly meeting held on August 4th, 2008 have now been published. Featured discussions: a. Status of the White Paper sections, b. Review of updates to Use Case White Paper, c. Review of Scope statement for PAR.
Enhancements to site Search facility (Issued: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 19:27:00 GMT)
The search engine has been updated with two new features: 1) You can now optionally select a "category" for your search, allowing you to focus the search on only the contents of the minutes or only the general site content outside of the minutes, and 2) you can now select how multiple keywords in your search are to be handled: AND - Find pages containing all words, OR - Find pages containing any of the words, PHRASE - Find pages where the words appear together.