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Ontology Summit 2014 session-07 Track-E: Hackathon Launch - Thu 2014-02-27     (1)

  • Summit Theme: OntologySummit2014: "Big Data and Semantic Web Meet Applied Ontology"     (1A)

Panelists / Briefings:     (1E)

  • Mr. VictorAgroskin (TechInvestLab) - "Reference data for Anime and Manga: Semantic Linking and Publishing of Diverse Data-Sets" ... ref. . slides     (1F)
  • Mr. MikeBennett (EDM Council) (in absentia) & Dr. GaryBergCross (SOCoP) - "Ontology Design Patterns and Semantic Abstractions in Ontology Integration" ... ref. . slides     (1G)
  • Dr. VictorChernov (NitrosData) - "Optimized SPARQL performance management via native API" ... ref. . slides     (1H)
  • Professor Dr. Till Mossakowski & Dr. OliverKutz (University of Magdeburg) - "Ontohub consolidation" ... ref. . slides     (1I)
  • Professor KenBaclawski (Northeastern University) - "Semantic Annotation of the Ontolog Community Environment" ... ref. . slides     (1J)
  • Dr. AmandaVizedom (Ind. Consultant) - "An ontological catalogue of ontology and metadata vocabulary characteristics relevant to suitability for semantic web and big data applications" ... ref. . slides     (1K)

Abstract     (1M)

OntologySummit2014 Hackathon Launch ... intro slides     (1M1)

This is our 9th Ontology Summit, a joint initiative by Ontolog, NIST, NCOR, NCBO, IAOA & NCO_NITRD with the support of our co-sponsors.     (1M2)

Since the beginnings of the Semantic Web, ontologies have played key roles in the design and deployment of new semantic technologies. Yet over the years, the level of collaboration between the Semantic Web and Applied Ontology communities has been much less than expected. Within Big Data applications, ontologies appear to have had little impact.     (1M3)

This year's Ontology Summit is an opportunity for building bridges between the Semantic Web, Linked Data, Big Data, and Applied Ontology communities. On the one hand, the Semantic Web, Linked Data, and Big Data communities can bring a wide array of real problems (such as performance and scalability challenges and the variety problem in Big Data) and technologies (automated reasoning tools) that can make use of ontologies. On the other hand, the Applied Ontology community can bring a large body of common reusable content (ontologies) and ontological analysis techniques. Identifying and overcoming ontology engineering bottlenecks is critical for all communities.     (1M4)

Ontology Summit 2014 will pose and address the primary challenges in these areas of interaction among the different communities. The Summit activities will bring together insights and methods from these different communities, synthesize new insights, and disseminate knowledge across field boundaries.     (1M5)

At the Launch Event on 16 Jan 2014, the organizing team has provided an overview of the program, and how we will be framing the discourse. At today's session (OntologySummit2014 session-07,) we will be Launching the Ontology Summit 2014 Hackathon program.     (1M6)

The mission of the Ontology Summit 2014 Hackathon is to have fun during a 1-day long international hacking event exploring hacking solutions that span both paradigm and technology gaps between the Big Data, Semantic Web, Application Ontology domains.     (1M7)

In particular, we are looking for projects that will bridge (i) the structured data gap (tables vs triples vs exotic specialized data structures vs text), (ii) schema reusability gap (ad hoc schemas vs ontology), and (iii) the hybrid reasoning gap ("statistical reasoning" vs "axiomatic reasoning"). We particularly encourage projects that cross a minimum of two (ideally three) of these themes, but hackathon teams from all areas of applied or theoretical ontologies are welcomed!     (1M8)

This session begins with an introduction to the Ontology Summit Hackathon activities, and what is being planned for this year's Hackathon. After that, Leaders of the Hackathon Projects that have been proposed will brief us on their projects - their goals and expected results, tools and datasets involved, solicitation for participants they are looking for to join them during the day of the Hackathon (Sat 2014.03.29), and the skills and background reading that would be pertinent for potential participants.     (1M9)

The briefings will be followed by a open Q&A and Discussion segment, when the entire community will chime is, making suggestions for additional projects, elaborating and enhancing proposed projects, as well as teaming up in preparation for the Mar-29 (Saturday) Hackathon Day.     (1M10)

See developing details of the Ontology Summit 2014 Hackathon at: OntologySummit2014_Hackathon     (1M11)

See more details about the overall Summit at: OntologySummit2014 (homepage for this summit)     (1M12)

Agenda     (1N)

OntologySummit2014 session-07 Ontology Summit 2014 Hackathon Launch     (1N1)

Session Format: this is a virtual session conducted over an augmented conference call     (1N2)

Proceedings     (1O)

Please refer to the above ... (details coming!)     (1O1)

IM Chat Transcript captured during the session    (1O2)

see raw transcript here.     (1O2A)

(for better clarity, the version below is a re-organized and lightly edited chat-transcript.)     (1O2B)

Participants are welcome to make light edits to their own contributions as they see fit.     (1O2C)

-- begin in-session chat-transcript --     (1O2D)


Chat transcript from room: summit_20140227     (1O2E)

2014-02-27 GMT-08:00 [PST]     (1O2F)


[9:13] Peter P. Yim: Welcome to the     (1O2G)

Ontology Summit 2014 session-07 Track-E: Hackathon Launch - Thu 2014-02-27     (1O2H)

Summit Theme: Ontology Summit 2014: "Big Data and Semantic Web Meet Applied Ontology"     (1O2I)

Session Topic: Ontology Summit 2014 Hackathon Launch     (1O2J)

Session Co-chairs: Mr. Anatoly Levenchuk (TechInvestLab) & Mr. Dan Brickley (Google)     (1O2K)

Panelists / Briefings:     (1O2L)

  • Dr. Amanda Vizedom (Ind. Consultant) - "An ontological catalogue of ontology and metadata vocabulary characteristics relevant to suitability for semantic web and big data applications"     (1O2R)

Logistics:     (1O2S)

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Proceedings     (1O2AR)

[8:39] anonymous morphed into Ed Bernot     (1O2AS)

[9:20] anonymous morphed into Alex Shkotin     (1O2AT)

[9:29] anonymous morphed into Victor Chernov     (1O2AU)

[9:32] Peter P. Yim: Hi Dennis     (1O2AW)

[9:37] anonymous1 morphed into Vit Rudovich     (1O2AX)

[9:38] Anatoly Levenchuk: Ontology Summit Hackathon main page:     (1O2AY)

[9:38] Peter P. Yim: == Anatoly Levenchuk starts the session on behalf of the Track-E co-champions - see     (1O2AAA)

- [9:40] Dan Brickley: As ever, I can't see the slides     (1O2AAD)

- [9:41] Amanda Vizedom: Dan, can you not download them from the wiki and view along? (that is how     (1O2AAE)

many of us do it, rather than the vnc)     (1O2AAF)

- [9:42] anonymous morphed into Ravi Sharma     (1O2AAG)

- [9:47] Peter P. Yim: ... on slide#5 now     (1O2AAH)

- [9:49] anonymous morphed into Les Morgan     (1O2AAI)

[9:49] Amanda Vizedom: Related to what Anatoly Levenchuk is saying now about advertising the     (1O2AAJ)

individual projects and soliciting additional participants: If anyone wants such messages to be     (1O2AAK)

broadcast via @OntologySummit on Twitter and/or +Ontology Summit on Google+, it is easily done. Send     (1O2AAL)

content to me if you want the message to originate from those accounts, or post from your own     (1O2AAM)

account and tag or mention those accounts, and I will Retweet /Share automatically. Relatedly, those     (1O2AAN)

of us with our own accounts can help by Retweeting / sharing in turn.     (1O2AAO)

- [9:51] anonymous morphed into Lamar Henderson     (1O2AAP)

[9:53] Peter P. Yim: == Victor Agroskin presenting the "Reference data for Anime and Manga: Semantic     (1O2AAQ)

Linking and Publishing of Diverse Data-Sets" hackathon project ...     (1O2AAR)

OntologySummit2014_Hackathon-Launch_Anime-Manga-Dataset-Semantics--VictorAgroskin_20140227.pdf     (1O2AAU)

- [9:53] anonymous morphed into Bobbin Teegarden     (1O2AAV)

[9:56] Simon Spero: There is a slight problem with committing to a 4-D extensional ontology for this     (1O2AAW)

application.     (1O2AAX)

[9:58] Amanda Vizedom: Question for Victor Agroskin - have you looked at the existing ontological     (1O2AAY)

representations of conceptual works, publication, media, and related areas? Is your goal to model     (1O2AAZ)

these things specifically using the constructs and tools you use to model engineering systems,     (1O2AAAA)

rather than the constructs and tools that have grown up around these areas natively?     (1O2AAAB)

[10:02] Amanda Vizedom: re: my [9:58], Victor's slides 5 and 6 answered my question. Thanks.     (1O2AAAC)

[9:58] Simon Spero: sticking to things that are 4-D relevant, the fictional character "Doraemon"     (1O2AAAD)

began in 1969 (has temporal extent)     (1O2AAAE)

[9:59] Simon Spero: In the fictional world, the character was created in the future.     (1O2AAAF)

[10:17] Victor Agroskin: we're also accustomed to work with possible worlds, so spacio-temporal     (1O2AAAG)

extent of Mikey in 2017 is not a problem     (1O2AAAH)

[10:31] Simon Spero: @VictorAgroskin: do you treat fictitious characters in the real world as     (1O2AAAI)

supervening over all physical supports (including bits of the brain thinking about that character)?     (1O2AAAJ)

[10:39] Victor Agroskin: @SimonSpero There are no fictitious characters in the real world (if you     (1O2AAAK)

mean by the "real" the one we're in and will eventually be). However identical the world appears to     (1O2AAAL)

our world, the world of Tolstoy is an alternative reality.     (1O2AAAM)

[10:44] Victor Agroskin: @SimonSpero relation between the brain of the engineer and a skyscraper is     (1O2AAAN)

not different in this sense from relation between Lucas brain and Yoda.     (1O2AAAO)

[10:02] Andrea Westerinen: @SimonSpero [9:59] Certainly context comes into play here. The context of     (1O2AAAP)

the creative work, versus the context portrayed in the work.     (1O2AAAQ)

[10:06] Simon Spero: @AndreaWesterinen : The issue is the extensionality and the use of 4D vs 3+1;     (1O2AAAR)

what is the location in space of the fictional character in the real world right now.     (1O2AAAS)

[10:12] Andrea Westerinen: @SimonSpero I agree that this is not just 4-D but 4-D in context (5-D),     (1O2AAAT)

kind of like quad stores, versus triple stores.     (1O2AAAU)

[10:20] Victor Agroskin: there is a big problem in 4D extensionalism with "information" entities -     (1O2AAAV)

strings, texts, bit streams. The modelling prescribed by ISO 15926 for these is very confusing for     (1O2AAAW)

people who see it for the first time.     (1O2AAAX)

[10:22] Victor Agroskin: As for the context in possible worlds - it can be defined in a simple way.     (1O2AAAY)

Just declare each possible world one (big) individual and describe all its heroes as 4D parts of it.     (1O2AAAZ)

[10:26] Andrea Westerinen: @VictorAgroskin [10:22] Agree, that was my point. :-)     (1O2AAAAA)

[10:02] Peter P. Yim: @VictorAgroskin, ... (excuse me for a very basic question) does "Dublin Core" show     (1O2AAAAB)

up anywhere in this project?     (1O2AAAAC)

[10:28] Victor Agroskin: @PeterYim I'll prefer to use 4D modelling for as many concepts as possible.     (1O2AAAAD)

For example, I'll prefer to model Creator as a participant in Creation activity together with a     (1O2AAAAE)

Creation each playing (being classified) by a corresponding role. What is good in our pattern     (1O2AAAAF)

methodology - we can describe the same n-ary relation in several way - with ISO 15926 templates, or     (1O2AAAAG)

with RDF predicates defined by DublinCore.     (1O2AAAAH)

- [10:02] Peter P. Yim: ... on slide#7 now     (1O2AAAAI)

[10:02] Dan Brickley: (this is nice. I put a manga example into     (1O2AAAAJ)

[10:04] Simon Spero: [Peter Olson of Marvel: "Marvel Entertainment's Peter Olson talk about how     (1O2AAAAN)

Marvel uses graph theory and the emerging NoSQL space to understand, model and ultimately represent     (1O2AAAAO)

the uncanny Marvel Universe."     (1O2AAAAP)

[10:06] Peter P. Yim: == GaryBergCross presenting the "Ontology Design Patterns and Semantic     (1O2AAAAQ)

Abstractions in Ontology Integration" hackathon project ...     (1O2AAAAR)

[10:10] Anne Thessen: Regarding GaryBergCross Slide #4: would also be interesting to include crime     (1O2AAAAV)

and illness rates for different neighborhoods once the accident data are in place.     (1O2AAAAW)

[10:14] Anne Thessen: GaryBergCross, Slide #11: Could also ask which places/neighborhoods are risky     (1O2AAAAX)

[10:16] GaryBergCross: @Anne Both of your suggestions sound like exciting possibilities...Thanks.     (1O2AAAAZ)

can you suggest references and perhaps people who might be interested in participating?     (1O2AAAAAA)

[10:16] Ravi Sharma: Fantastic as well from GaryBergCross and Mike Bennett, Great attempt at building     (1O2AAAAAB)

real life risk model using Ontology and SPARQL etc. for traffic and accident and design patterns.     (1O2AAAAAC)

[10:14] Anatoly Levenchuk: @GaryBergCross -- outcomes should include some kind of artifacts.     (1O2AAAAAD)

[10:18] GaryBergCross: @Anatoly The artifact includes a new ODP and it might include triplified data     (1O2AAAAAE)

and SPARQL for asking relevant Qs.     (1O2AAAAAF)

[10:14] Peter P. Yim: == Victor Chernov presenting the "Optimized SPARQL performance management via     (1O2AAAAAG)

native API" hackathon project ...     (1O2AAAAAH)

OntologySummit2014_Hackathon-Launch_SPARQL-Peformance-Benchmarking--VictorChernov_20140227.pdf     (1O2AAAAAK)

[10:21] Peter P. Yim: @VictorChernov, what is the approximate size of the datasets (or subsets) do you     (1O2AAAAAL)

think you will be benchmarking with?     (1O2AAAAAM)

[10:23] Victor Chernov: 'cause we are going to run benchmark on a simple desktop computer we need to     (1O2AAAAAN)

limit the subset by approximately 100 mln triples     (1O2AAAAAO)

[10:22] Peter P. Yim: == Oliver Kutz presenting the "Ontohub consolidation" hackathon project ...     (1O2AAAAAP)

- [10:24] anonymous morphed into Lamar Henderson     (1O2AAAAAQ)

[10:27] Peter P. Yim: == Ken Baclawski presenting the "Semantic Annotation of the Ontolog Community     (1O2AAAAAR)

Environment" hackathon project ...     (1O2AAAAAS)

[10:42] Nancy Wiegand: @Baclawski, Is there a programming language involved in changing from the     (1O2AAAAAT)

current wiki to the purple semantic media wiki, or how is the translation done?     (1O2AAAAAU)

[10:50] Ken Baclawski: @[10:42] Nancy Wiegand: MediaWiki uses PHP, and this is the language that is     (1O2AAAAAV)

normally used for wiki development and migration. However, there is a ReSTful web service interface     (1O2AAAAAW)

that allows one to interact with the wiki using any language. I have successfully used Java for the     (1O2AAAAAX)

last Ontology Summit.     (1O2AAAAAY)

[10:34] Peter P. Yim: == Amanda Vizedom presenting the "An ontological catalogue of ontology and metadata     (1O2AAAAAZ)

vocabulary characteristics relevant to suitability for semantic web and big data applications"     (1O2AAAAAAA)

hackathon project ...     (1O2AAAAAAB)

[10:37] Andrea Westerinen: @AmandaVizedom This ontology development is one of the goals of Track A.     (1O2AAAAAAC)

[10:38] GaryBergCross: @Amanda What do you see the relevance, if any, of OMV Ontology Metadata     (1O2AAAAAAD)

- [10:40] Peter P. Yim: ... on slide#4 now     (1O2AAAAAAF)

[10:42] Peter P. Yim: @AmandaVizedom ... the OOR team has spent quite a bit of effort studying what is     (1O2AAAAAAG)

relevant metadata that needs to be captured for an ontology (effort lead by MichaelGruninger) ...     (1O2AAAAAAH)

that's not quite for vocabulary, though ... but definitely worth pooling that effort (and folks     (1O2AAAAAAI)

involved) and lessons learned there - ref.     (1O2AAAAAAJ)

[10:42] GaryBergCross: @Andrea and @Amanda I would add to Andrea's comment that "This ontology     (1O2AAAAAAL)

development is one of the goals of Track A." that the development of your catalog would help reuse,     (1O2AAAAAAM)

so in a way it is a tool.     (1O2AAAAAAN)

[10:44] Ravi Sharma: Amanda - thanks for a very comprehensive preparation for Hackathon.     (1O2AAAAAAO)

[10:44] Peter P. Yim: == open Q&A and Discussion segment (ALL) ... please make suggestions for     (1O2AAAAAAP)

additional projects; merging projects; elaborations, enhancement, extension to proposed projects, as     (1O2AAAAAAQ)

well as teaming up in preparation for the Mar-29 (Saturday) Hackathon Day     (1O2AAAAAAR)

[10:45] Andrea Westerinen: @AmandaVizedom Perhaps we could use the ontology to annotate an existing     (1O2AAAAAAS)

ontology in OOR??     (1O2AAAAAAT)

- [10:48] Dan Brickley: (PeterYim, how do we remove people from the chat tool queue once they've     (1O2AAAAAAW)

[10:49] Peter P. Yim: @Dan and All, the "hand button" toggles the raised hand ... therefore, anyone who     (1O2AAAAAAZ)

raised his/her hand can lower it afterwards     (1O2AAAAAAAA)

- [10:50] Peter P. Yim: @Dan, you can click on the "hand on the left of the green-highlighted name" ...     (1O2AAAAAAAB)

that should remove the raised hand too     (1O2AAAAAAAC)

- [10:50] Dan Brickley: I successfully clicked Ravi Sharma away; Ravi Sharma you're next!     (1O2AAAAAAAD)

[10:49] Michael Grüninger: @Amanda: are you trying to use metadata to describe an ontology together     (1O2AAAAAAAE)

with metadata to describe an application, and then using this to match suitable ontologies to     (1O2AAAAAAAF)

applications?     (1O2AAAAAAAG)

[10:49] Simon Spero: @VictorAgroskin: This is a remarkably useful book, despite the title : very much     (1O2AAAAAAAH)

about reasons to include abstract objects in ones ontology -     (1O2AAAAAAAI)

[10:56] Victor Agroskin: @SimonSpero Thanks, I'll look at it.     (1O2AAAAAAAK)

[10:50] Bart Gajderowicz: @AmandaVizedom would it make sense to look at the structured data each     (1O2AAAAAAAL)

application uses, as it's already tagged with columns, etc? This could be tied to ontological     (1O2AAAAAAAM)

concepts in relevant ontologies on the web.     (1O2AAAAAAAN)

- [10:51] Dan Brickley: any more speakers for the audio queue? please click the 'raise hand' icon.     (1O2AAAAAAAO)

[10:51] Andrea Westerinen: @AmandaVizedom We could possibly use "example" annotations in the     (1O2AAAAAAAP)

developed ontology. And, as you say, capture "relevance" in annotations.     (1O2AAAAAAAQ)

[10:58] Andrea Westerinen: @MichaelGruninger, Amanda Vizedom I would think that we could bring in     (1O2AAAAAAAR)

Ontology Metadata Vocabulary (at least portions of it) and other ontologies/concepts (SKOS, Dublin     (1O2AAAAAAAS)

Core, ...), and then use an "integrating" ontology/.owl file.     (1O2AAAAAAAT)

[11:01] Amanda Vizedom: @AndreaWesternin: Yes, I agree that we may well want to separate our focused     (1O2AAAAAAAU)

catalogue & its alignment to existing ontologies & concepts.     (1O2AAAAAAAV)

[11:01] Andrea Westerinen: Building on my previous comment [10:58], we would then not only define     (1O2AAAAAAAW)

data for reuse but also use ODPs and approaches for reuse.     (1O2AAAAAAAX)

[10:53] Peter P. Yim: @OliverKutz, @TillMossakowski, does Ontohub already mandate the capture of     (1O2AAAAAAAY)

Ontology metadata (e.g. conforming to OMV) prior to an ontology submission?     (1O2AAAAAAAZ)

[10:56] Till Mossakowski: @Peter: yes, it does, at least the web interface does (via git, this is hard to ensure...).     (1O2AAAAAAAAA)

[10:58] Peter P. Yim: @Till ... thank you     (1O2AAAAAAAAB)

- [10:59] Dan Brickley: (I'm about to be kicked from my meeting room...)     (1O2AAAAAAAAC)

- [11:00] Peter P. Yim: @DanBrickley ... noted, we'll (read: Anatoly) keep things moving (if we don't hear from you)     (1O2AAAAAAAAD)

[10:00] Peter P. Yim: @VictorAgroskin, I am trying to reach out to some people in the anime & manga     (1O2AAAAAAAAE)

domain, in the US and in Japan, to see if they can team up some effort and join you     (1O2AAAAAAAAF)

[10:59] Vit Rudovich: @VictorAgroskin: How do you went to work with otaku?     (1O2AAAAAAAAG)

[11:01] Peter P. Yim: [ref. AnatolyLevenchuk's comment that we should look beyond the "Ontology" box] well said, Anatoly!     (1O2AAAAAAAAH)

[10:59] Dan Brickley: Very much agree with what Anatoly is saying; ontologies are most useful when     (1O2AAAAAAAAI)

attention goes also to the data, hybrid reasoning, stats etc.     (1O2AAAAAAAAJ)

[11:05] Michael Grüninger: I think that the hackathon project proposals look great! I don't see a     (1O2AAAAAAAAK)

need to have the participants change the scope of their projects     (1O2AAAAAAAAL)

[11:01] Dan Brickley: I think each of the projects has plenty of potential, I'm not worried on that aspect.     (1O2AAAAAAAAM)

[11:07] Michael Grüninger: There also seems to be good alignment between the projects and the work     (1O2AAAAAAAAN)

that is being done in the other Tracks     (1O2AAAAAAAAO)

[11:07] Peter P. Yim: I agree with MichaelGruninger's (verbal) comment that the projects as proposed are     (1O2AAAAAAAAP)

good as they are ... the challenge would still be in gathering the mix of people to join each of the     (1O2AAAAAAAAQ)

hackathon project     (1O2AAAAAAAAR)

[11:03] Victor Agroskin: @VitRudovich I'm working along this one for years. He is chairing our     (1O2AAAAAAAAS)

meeting here by a strange coincidence.     (1O2AAAAAAAAT)

[11:04] Victor Agroskin: But when I came to work with him - he wasn't an otaku.     (1O2AAAAAAAAU)

[11:04] Anatoly Levenchuk: @VitRudovich, you are an example of our otaku relations management :-)     (1O2AAAAAAAAV)

[11:06] Vit Rudovich: @VictorAgroskin The question is about the slide 8. Are additional anime experts     (1O2AAAAAAAAW)

(without ontology knowledge) needed?     (1O2AAAAAAAAX)

[11:09] Victor Agroskin: @VitRudovich I had not met a single real expert yet except Anatoly who is     (1O2AAAAAAAAY)

teaching me bits and pieces about the meaning of a teardrop on the cheek or something     (1O2AAAAAAAAZ)

[11:04] Dan Brickley: Peter, can you wrap us up?     (1O2AAAAAAAAAA)

[11:06] Dan Brickley: (lost audio now but still reading)     (1O2AAAAAAAAAB)

[11:07] Dan Brickley: re Anime, for dataset, Freebase has quite a lot:     (1O2AAAAAAAAAC)

[11:05] GaryBergCross: Anatoly - You mentioned engineering risk as one possible topic for the ODP     (1O2AAAAAAAAAG)

integration project dealing with risk and accidents. Please send me refs to work if you can.     (1O2AAAAAAAAAH)

crimes in Brazil (there was a presentation on this at STIDS 2012). There are other tools that exist     (1O2AAAAAAAAAJ)

for getting crime data, but I have not used them ( http://www.crimereports.com ).     (1O2AAAAAAAAAK)

[11:11] Andrea Westerinen: @DanBrickley [11:09] Thanks. I know that there is lots of data. I listed a     (1O2AAAAAAAAAN)

few that I had heard about (by no means an endorsement of their quality).     (1O2AAAAAAAAAO)

[11:11] Amanda Vizedom: A comment just came in via twitter about project 3 (benchmarking).     (1O2AAAAAAAAAP)

@OntologySummit responded by encouraging participation: "All projects open for improvement! Please     (1O2AAAAAAAAAQ)

consider joining in. Teams will evolve projects collaboratively, learn from each other."     (1O2AAAAAAAAAR)

[11:13] GaryBergCross: I agree that the core team should have spent time getting familiar with each     (1O2AAAAAAAAAT)

others as well as the topic and tools.     (1O2AAAAAAAAAU)

[11:13] Dan Brickley: ok folks I have to run again. One more week of meetings/flights/hotels and I'll     (1O2AAAAAAAAAV)

be back at my desk and hopefully able to engage a bit more with project specifics...     (1O2AAAAAAAAAW)

[11:17] Peter P. Yim: Anatoly Levenchuk: project leads will be taking their projects forward from here on     (1O2AAAAAAAAAX)

... let's continue to communicate (and possibly coordinate) via the [ontology-summit] list ... but     (1O2AAAAAAAAAY)

each project lead shall be championing their own hackathon project (advertise, recruit, setup     (1O2AAAAAAAAAZ)

infrastructure, setup schedule etc.)     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAA)

[11:17] GaryBergCross: Yep the responsibility is clear...and actually underway..     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAC)

[11:15] GaryBergCross: Hackathon hero also advertises events...http://www.hackathonhero.com/     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAE)

[11:19] Bart Gajderowicz: Many semantic web groups on http://meetup.com     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAF)

[11:18] Amanda Vizedom: @GaryBergCross Good idea. There is also at least one hackathon twitter-feed     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAG)

miner; if you tweet anything with #hackathon it will grab it. I can't remember which site the     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAH)

collected things end up, though.     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAI)

[11:18] GaryBergCross: I expect him to set up a page.     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAJ)

[11:19] Peter P. Yim: Anatoly Levenchuk: I will set up a link to each project page from the main     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAK)

[11:19] GaryBergCross: We will populate our page once he creates it..     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAM)

[11:07] GaryBergCross: Note - Session 2 of Track A is next Thursday...     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAN)

[11:22] Peter P. Yim: Please mark you calendars and reserve this time, every Thursday, for the     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAO)

Ontology Summit 2014 virtual panel session series. ... In particular, Session-08 will be up next     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAP)

Thursday - Thu 2014.03.06 (same time) - Ontology Summit 2014: "Track A: Use and Reuse of Semantic     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAQ)

[11:18] Ed Bernot: Thanks all. Great stuff!     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAS)

[11:19] Peter P. Yim: great session!     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAT)

[11:22] Peter P. Yim: -- session ended: 11:20 am PST --     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAV)

-- end of in-session chat-transcript --     (1O2AAAAAAAAAAW)

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