Yesterday evening I had the privilige to attend a session about the new counting guidelines for Service Oriented Architecture. Martin Jacobs, chairman of the nesma sig on soa, presented it. Unfortunately the session was under non - disclosure.
The good news is that review session 2 is now under way, after which the nesma board still has to approve it. They hope to have the book printed by the fall conference of the nesma, and i suggested that it if the printers cant have the book ready, but the board has approved the document, it would be distributed as a pdf.
The result of the document is not very intuitive, but it is very logical and well thought out. It alligns neatly with the existing 2.2 counting guidelines.