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[ontolog] Member Conference Call - Thu 2007-06-07     (1)

Key Topic: Thursday, 7-Jun-2007 - we are planning to devote this week's conference call to discussing follow-up actions and plans from the OntologySummit2007.     (1A)

Attendees     (1C)

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Agenda Ideas     (1E)

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Agenda & Proceedings     (1F)

1) Welcome & confirmation of agenda     (1F1)

2) Appointment of secretary to take minutes     (1F3)

3) Roll-call of participants     (1F5)

4) Upcoming meeting & event schedule (near future)     (1F8)

  • Scheduled Ontolog Events:     (1F9)
    • Thursday, 28-Jun-2007 - We had the 8th Event in the "Database And Ontology" Mini-Series - The session was co-chaired by Dr. Matthew West and Dr. Susie Stephens. Dr. Souripriya Das and Dr. Melliyal Annamalai from Oracle were their invited speakers who gave a talk on: "Building Database Infrastructure for Managing Semantic Data". ... Please refer to details at the session wiki page, at: ConferenceCall_2007_06_28 ... Audio archives of the session is now available!        (1F9A)
    • Thursday, 05-Jul-2007 - Dr. Matthew West presented the 9th Event in the "Database And Ontology" Mini-Series - Chris Partridge from the BORO Center, UK was our invited speaker. He gave a talk on "Data and process revisited: ontology driving a paradigm shift in the development of business application systems." ... Please refer to details at the session wiki page, at: ConferenceCall_2007_07_05 ... Audio archives of the session is now available!        (1F9B)
    • Thursday, 12-Jul-2007 - Dr. Susie Stephens and Dr. Matthew West presented the 10th Event in the "Database And Ontology" Mini-Series - Dr. John Sowa from VivoMind Intelligence was be our invited speaker. Dr. Sowa gave a talk on: "Analogical Reasoning With and About Databases and Knowledge Bases". Please refer to details at the session wiki page, at: ConferenceCall_2007_07_12 ... Audio archives of the session is now available!        (1F9C)

5) Communications, logistics, & work protocols issues - item skipped     (1F12)

6) Follow-ups from previous calls - item skipped     (1F13)

7) Current Project Status Report - item skipped     (1F14)

  • Status CctRepresentation and UblOntology project work.     (1F16)

8) Key Issues discussion:     (1F26)

interesting project to follow up on Olivier's suggestion of an academic paper, if there are no other takers;     (1F28)

that during the week starting 18th June. So far I've only had feedback from Nancy Wiegand, Jack Teller and Bob Smith and nothing since the revised diagram was done. Don't know whether to conclude that revised version is OK, or that it's not a focus of attention. I found Bob's comment particularly interesting that he has already used in twice "to explain what it is we are trying to do in an ontology project" - so it does seem to have some illustrative value, particularly in "selling" our work outside the immediate Summit and Forum...     (1F30)

evolving frameworks that advance ontology]     (1F33)

  • update on the audio archive - session recordings are all posted (thanks to NIST and recent contribution from ArnoldYim) now, presentation audio segments will also be posted soon.     (1F34)

9) New project proposals.     (1F37)

10) Sponsorship and funding.     (1F39)

11) Other business.     (1F40)

12) Next meeting date and adjourn     (1F42)

  • Our next meeting/call will be the Thu 2007.06.14, same time. Details will be at ConferenceCall_2007_06_14 closer to the time ... talk to you then!     (1F43)

Audio Recording of this Session     (1G)

minutes captured in real time on this wiki by Peter P. Yim / 2007.06.07-11:41am PDT     (1G7)

Attendees are requested to review the notes above, help clean it up, and make amendments and edits to better     (1G8)

reflect the proceedings of the session as they see fit (particularly where they are personally involved). =ppy     (1G9)


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