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IAOA Panel Session - "Update on the International Association for Ontology and its Application (IAOA)" - Thu 26-May-2011     (1)

Topic: Update on the IAOA: From a community of practice to an international association - the specific role of the IAOA and its accomplishments so far     (1A)

  • Session Co-chairs: Dr. LeoObrst (Ontolog, MITRE) & Professor MichaelGruninger (University of Toronto)     (1A1)
  • On the Panel will be members of the IAOA Executive Council and some of the Committees and SIGs' leadership:     (1A2)
  • ... and,     (1A3)
    • Professor WernerKuhn, University of M��nster, Germany [co-champion of the first IAOA Summer Institute]     (1A3A)

Agenda & Proceedings     (1B)

Session title: Update on IAOA: From a community of practice to an international association - the specific role of the IAOA and its accomplishments so far     (1B1A)

1. Presentation: ( slides )     (1B1B)

  • 1.1 What is IAOA? (NicolaGuarino)     (1B1C)
  • 1.2 What has IAOA accomplished the first year? (JohnBateman)     (1B1D)
  • 1.3 IAOA Membership, 2010-2011 (LaureVieu)     (1B1E)
  • 1.4 FOIS 2010 and FOIS 2012 (MichaelGruninger)     (1B1F)
  • 1.5 Ontology Summit 2011: Making the Case for Ontology (LeoObrst)     (1B1G)
  • 1.6 IAOA Summer Institute in Applied Ontology 2011, July 2011 (WernerKuhn)     (1B1H)
  • 1.7 New Committees, Special Interest Groups (GiancarloGuizzardi)     (1B1I)
  • 1.8 Future IAOA Activities and Issues, IAOA Advisory Board (NicolaGuarino, JohnBateman)     (1B1J)

2. Interactive segment: expectations and answers - Why should I join IAOA? ( ref. process above )     (1B1K)

3. Conclusion: Summary and Follow-up (NicolaGuarino)     (1B1L)

Proceedings     (1C)

Please refer to the above     (1C1)

IM Chat Transcript captured during the session    (1C2)

see raw transcript here.     (1C2A)

(for better clarity, the version below is a re-organized and lightly edited chat-transcript.)     (1C2B)

Participants are welcome to make light edits to their own contributions as they see fit.     (1C2C)

-- begin in-session chat-transcript --     (1C2D)

[09:23] Peter P. Yim: Welcome to the     (1C2E)

"Update on the International Association for Ontology and its Application (IAOA)" Session - Thu 26-May-2011     (1C2F)

Topic: Update on the IAOA: From a community of practice to an international association     (1C2G)

- the specific role of the IAOA and its accomplishments so far     (1C2H)

Please refer to session details     (1C2J)

[09:21] Nicola Guarino: Hi Peter!     (1C2L)

[09:23] Peter P. Yim: Hi Nicola ...     (1C2M)

[09:28] anonymous morphed into WernerKuhn     (1C2N)

[09:30] anonymous morphed into Laure Vieu     (1C2O)

[09:33] anonymous morphed into Fabian Neuhaus     (1C2Q)

[09:38] anonymous morphed into John Gregory     (1C2R)

[09:31] WernerKuhn: Should I hear any sound? Sorry, this is my first time on Ontolog... Werner     (1C2S)

[09:31] John Bateman: @Werner: yes, you should hear stuff if you are connected to the telephone conference line     (1C2T)

[09:34] John Bateman: @Werner: did you find the conference line number on the     (1C2U)

[09:35] WernerKuhn: yes, found the number - if i dial it on skype, how do i enter the conference id then?     (1C2W)

[09:36] John Bateman: @Werner: you have give the code number in: 4389979# on the Skype keypad     (1C2X)

[09:36] Nicola Guarino: @werner: there is a dial option in Skype somewhere... it is under the Window menu     (1C2Y)

[09:37] Laure Vieu: didn't know i could call with skype, i'll try that next to avoid high fees to my lab     (1C2Z)

[09:38] Nicola Guarino: @Laure: call the US number, most EU numbers don't work with Skype     (1C2AA)

[09:38] Laure Vieu: ok thanks     (1C2AB)

[09:53] Peter P. Yim: there are some rough edges about keying in the "conference ID" from the skype keypad     (1C2AC)

- if you run into problem, check this out -     (1C2AD)

[09:59] Peter P. Yim: @Werner - are you on the voice call yet?     (1C2AF)

[10:05] WernerKuhn: yes, i am connected thru a land line, thank you     (1C2AG)

[10:16] Peter P. Yim: @Leo - the next time you speak, you might prompt people who are on the call to     (1C2AI)

join us at the chat-room (there are quite a few who aren't in the chat yet)     (1C2AJ)

[10:20] Leo Obrst: ok, will do.     (1C2AK)

[10:25] anonymous morphed into GaryBergCross     (1C2AL)

[10:29] anonymous morphed into Hasan Sayani     (1C2AM)

[10:30] Fabian Neuhaus: [ref. OntologySummit2011_Communique] number of endorsements < number of advisory committee ???     (1C2AN)

[10:30] Peter P. Yim: unfortunate!     (1C2AO)

[10:31] John Bateman: @Fabian: good point; I guess not all the votes are in yet!     (1C2AP)

[10:31] Peter P. Yim: actually we have closed the endorsement (as of May-19) already     (1C2AQ)

[10:34] Fabian Neuhaus: @ Peter, John: Maybe we should revisit membership of the summit advisory committee     (1C2AR)

[10:34] Hasan Sayani: can't hear the speaker     (1C2AS)

[10:33] Peter P. Yim: @Giancarlo - please speak up     (1C2AT)

[10:35] GaryBergCross: What are the mechanisms for joining a SIG like the Conceptual Modeling SIG?     (1C2AU)

[10:36] Nicola Guarino: @Gary: just send a message to the chair(s)     (1C2AV)

[10:37] Laure Vieu: @Gary: join the association too!     (1C2AW)

[10:43] Giancarlo Guizzardi: @Gary - please check the SIGs registration page at     (1C2AY)

[10:43] Giancarlo Guizzardi: @Gary - please also check the previously mentioned workshop at     (1C2AAA)

[10:45] Ram D. Sriram: @Michael -- How are you going to get buy in from organizations such as ISO, OMG, NCBO, etc...     (1C2AAC)

[10:49] Michael Grüninger: @Ram: At this stage, we are not looking for "buy in" at an organizational     (1C2AAD)

level. We want to focus initially at the different technical groups that are already participating     (1C2AAE)

in ISO, OMG, etc and help facilitate and coordinate the applications of ontologies to these efforts     (1C2AAF)

[11:00] anonymous morphed into Dalia Varanka     (1C2AAG)

[11:01] GaryBergCross: Does IAOA have active involvement with the OOR effort? Does it support     (1C2AAH)

building up a usable repository in some way?     (1C2AAI)

[11:03] Peter P. Yim: @Gary - you have posed a few very good questions in this chat-room ... would you     (1C2AAJ)

verbally ask them and try to get a discussion going, please?     (1C2AAK)

[11:05] Fabian Neuhaus: there is overlap between people involved in IAOA and OOR, e.g,     (1C2AAL)

[11:11] John Bateman: @Gary: The Ontology registry and repository committee is also the structural     (1C2AAN)

position within the association where this involvement is anchored. And, as Nicola emphasises, the     (1C2AAO)

role is to support OOR activities in general: promoting openness.     (1C2AAP)

[11:12] GaryBergCross: I seem to have trouble being heard although the tele voice says that I am     (1C2AAQ)

un-muted. But Peter is making my point on the value of IAOA having some content that might attract a     (1C2AAR)

following.     (1C2AAS)

[11:14] GaryBergCross: Connecting this to the SIGs makes sense.     (1C2AAT)

[11:17] Nicola Guarino: @all: remember to renew your membership (or to join as new members)!     (1C2AAU)

[11:18] Peter P. Yim: -- session ended: 11:18am PDT --     (1C2AAV)

-- end of in-session chat-transcript --     (1C2AAW)

Audio Recording of this Session     (1D)

Additional Resources     (1E)


For the record ...     (1E8)

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