SemanticWiki mini-series: program planning session - Thu 18-Sep-2008
- Session Moderators: Li Ding / Sebastian Schaffert / Harold Solbrig / Peter P. Yim
- this session will be devoted to the establishment, discussion, program planning, coordination and scheduling of events and activities for the emerging SemanticWiki mini-series. We are hoping that individuals deeply interested in this topic, including candidate speakers and panelists, will be able to join us at this planning session to help forge a program that will be useful and meaningful to the community.
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- Sebastian Schaffert
- Peter P. Yim
- Harold Solbrig
- Jack Park
- Shangguan Zhenning (RPI)
- Jakub Kotowski
- Christoph Lange
- Peter Dolog
- Denny Vrandecic (AIFB, Karlsruhe - SemanticMediaWiki)
- Rob Frost (VectorC)
- Ted Bashor (VectorC)
- Mike Bennett
- Matthias Samwald (Semantic Web Company, Vienna; DERI Galway)
- Othel Rolle
- Alan Ruttenberg
- Li Ding
- Frank Olken
- DoraiThodla (India)
- Ken Baclawski
- Yaron Koren
- Navjyoti Singh
- GQ Zhang (CWRU)
- Mark Greaves (have conflict, but will try calling in, at least partially)
- Kurt Cagle (O'Reilly Media)
- Mark Musen (have conflict, but will try calling in, at least partially)
- ... to register for participation, please add your name (plus your affiliation, if you aren't already a member of the community) above, or e-mail <email@example.com> so that we can reserve enough resources to support everyone's participation. ...
- Antoinette Arsic
- Martin Hepp
- Tobias Kuhn (IFI/UZH - Institut f¨r Informatik der Universität Z¨rich - AceWiki)
- Max Voelkel
- Ravi Sharma (joined in after meeting officially ended)
- Jie Bao
- Gail Hodge
- Ed Dodds
In a recent community planning session, it was identified that the development and application of semantic wikis has been growing at such a fast pace in the last 2~3 years. Those at the meeting agreed that it would be very useful to create an opportunity to allow those in the ontology community who are doing relevant work to come together, discuss their work, exchange ideas and explore possible collaboration.
Li Ding (RPI Tetherless World Constellatiion), Sebastian Schaffert (Salzburg Research, Austria), Harold Solbrig (Mayo Clinic), Max Voelkel (AIFB-Karlsruhe) and Peter P. Yim (Ontolog, CIM3) have graciously agreed to co-champion a mini-series with the above focus. They put some initial thoughts together, and started to reach out to others in the community to help forge a program that could be meaningful and useful to the broader ontology community.
This is the planning meeting that we hope individuals deeply interested in the subject of semantic wikis (researchers, developers, program administrators), including, of course, candidate speakers and panelists, can all come together virtually, to explore and put together this Semantic Wiki mini-series program.
See: SemanticWiki ... the developing home page for this mini-series project
Agenda & Proceedings
SemanticWiki mini-series: program planning
- Session Format: this is a virtual session conducted over an augmented conference call
- 0. Opening (5 minutes)
- 1. we'll go around with a self-introduction of participants (15~20 minutes)
- 2. Overview: SemanticWiki mini-series: background, objectives, and what we want to achieve at this meeting (10 min.)
- 3. Open discussion: (all)
- 3.1 What do we want to get out of this mini-series?
- those in attendance are requested to make an entry, onto the chatboard with their top 3 items on their wish-list (from this mini-series)
- 3.2 Who are the individuals and institutions doing relevant work that we want to hear/learn from?
- those in attendance are requested to make an entry, onto the chatboard, with their: name, topic/title, url-of-their-work
- who else should we invite - (all) to propose: name, email, topic/title, url-of-their-work
- 3.3 Program and Deliverables - scoping and clustering, program span and number of sessions, scheduling the sessions, ...
- 3.4 (possibly) Adopt a scope, span, and a set of objectives for this mini-series
- 4. Support infrastructure and administrivia; announcements
- 5. Conclusion / Follow-up (5 minutes)
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Peter P. Yim: Welcome to the SemanticWiki mini-series: program planning session - Thu 18-Sep-2008
- Session Moderators: Li Ding / Sebastian Schaffert / Harold Solbrig / Peter P. Yim
- this session will be devoted to the establishment, discussion, program planning, coordination and
scheduling of events and activities for the emerging SemanticWiki mini-series. We are hoping that
individuals deeply interested in this topic, including candidate speakers and panelists, will be
able to join us at this planning session to help forge a program that will be useful and meaningful
to the community.
Matthias Samwald: is the VNC session running already? i can't access it.
Peter P. Yim: Matthias ... if you are behind firewalls, you'll probably have difficulities with the VNC service,
just download the slides and ruin it on your desktop, please
[ed. - In reference to SebastianSchaffert's remark, during the slide presentation, that the
traditional "openness" associated with wiki's is no longer a mandate, as there are
many private instances of wikis running, as people do set them up behind firewalls
in institutional settings. Other remarks that immediately follow may also be in response
to things being said on the presentation. =ppy]
Christoph Lange: concerning openness, I'd still say a wiki is more "open" than other systems,
because usually most people who _do_ have access, are treated equally
Peter P. Yim: I concur (regarding this point about "openness") ... thanks, Christoph
DeborahMcGuinness: i like the point that the community got going over beer
Sebastian Schaffert: I am from Bavaria, so beer is of high importance (and supports creativity )
Christoph Lange: http://www.beeripedia.com
Sebastian Schaffert: regarding openness: what I am referring to is that in enterprise settings
you often have to find a compromise; most companies are still hierarchically
organised and they want some control over whom can access and modify what
Sebastian Schaffert: but this is not really in conflict with wikis
Sebastian Schaffert: and they can be used as a vehicle to open up classical hierarchies
Sebastian Schaffert: good book by Clay Shirky on that issue, BTW
Christoph Lange: good point!
Denny Vrandecic: you can use forms with semantic mediawiki as well
Denny Vrandecic: you could consider tabulator as the ultimative semantic wiki...
Harold Solbrig: Tabulator?
Denny Vrandecic: http://www.w3.org/2005/ajar/tab
Harold Solbrig: thnx
Denny Vrandecic: it is a rdf browser, but the newer version allows you also to edit the data
Denny Vrandecic: it mushes data from several resources
Denny Vrandecic: resources -> sources
Denny Vrandecic: and displays them together
Christoph Lange: Denny: Does it feel like editing a document, or rather like a table/form/spreadsheet?
Denny Vrandecic: table / form
Denny Vrandecic: i like the skyscrapter metaphor
Sebastian Schaffert: the window "Knowledge Management" is missing
Sebastian Schaffert: it's probably one of the most important application areas for wikis in general
Sebastian Schaffert: and thus also semantic wikis
Denny Vrandecic: km is not really an application... isnt every semwiki an application of km?
Sebastian Schaffert: well
Sebastian Schaffert: I was thinking of "Enterprise Knowledge Management"
Denny Vrandecic: ah, web 2.0 brough km to the people
Sebastian Schaffert: and also there are SemWikis who purely focus on RDF
Sebastian Schaffert: in this line of argumentation, km was always done by people
Peter Dolog: i would be interested how far your are with the meshups
Peter Dolog: do you have some papers on it?
Denny Vrandecic: no, sometimes it was just for suits now it is for the people
Christoph Lange: Sebastian: well, but RDF is about knowledge _representation_, so in _theory_ it's
not a big step to knowledge management
Sebastian Schaffert: please, no philosophical discussions http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knowledge_Management
Christoph Lange: Sebastian: Thanks! I must admit that my "mathematical knowledge management" has
a wider view on the term
Denny Vrandecic: hey, wikipedia is not a proper resource for the scientific discourse
Sebastian Schaffert: denny: I object
Denny Vrandecic: http://informationr.net/ir/8-1/paper144.html
Sebastian Schaffert: I accept every student using wikipedia properly
Sebastian Schaffert: I know, KM is rather inconsistent in itself, because knowledge is in peoples' head and
not manageable by technology ... anyways, back to the programme ...
Jack Park: Did anybody suggest earlier that this group "eat its own dogfood" by putting up a semantic wiki to use?
Denny Vrandecic: i suggest semanticweb.org
Jack Park: that could work
Harold Solbrig: My understanding is that Peter plans to "semanticize" at least some of the ontolog we pages.
DeborahMcGuinness: we could also think of a birds of a feather impromptu meeting at iswc in karlsruhe
Denny Vrandecic: sounds good
Sebastian Schaffert: yes, would give an incentive to come to Karlsruhe after my workshop got rejected
Denny Vrandecic: could be a lunch-bof, or just some time in the evening
Mike Bennett: Missing windows: There is also what I would call requirements management (of meanigns for data terms)
as a tool in development and systems integration. This fits in with model driven architecture but
without the assumption that everything has to be transformed automatically as some of the MDA folks
like to think. So basically good systems developemnt where meaning is managed at a semantics level
rather than in databases and things. Managed by business not techies.
DeborahMcGuinness: surprising it got rejected... i was just scanning the workshops to see if there was one on this topic
Peter P. Yim: ALL: please enter 3 items on your wish-list for this mini-series
Denny Vrandecic: usability_vs_expressivity
DeborahMcGuinness: community building
Othel Rolle: e-science
Jack Park: (1) uncover more implementations
(2) HCI:navigation of large, high-dimensional knowledge spaces
(3) more KR issues
Matthias Samwald: e-science (especially pharma research & biomedicine)
Peter Dolog: 3 items on my wish list to hear:
(1) semantic wikis and mashups (how far you are),
(2) recommendation and personalization in semantic wikis,
(3) knowledge representation (expresivity vs. simplicity)
Sebastian Schaffert: (1) application areas of semantic wikis;
(2) how can semantic wikis support users in their tasks (in contrast to other kinds of technology);
(3) how can semantic wikis be integrated with other applications
Mike Bennett: Wish:
(1) Business subject matter experts able to enter, review and validate
meaningful information without having to learn any new words;
(2) what dialect of OWL supported;
(3) What was mentioned about ontology curation is of interest.
Harold Solbrig: (1) integration of semantic resources (Protege / OOR / MW / ...) ;
(2) use cases and application ;
(3) unresolved issues
Othel Rolle: social networking
Denny Vrandecic: (1) usability_vs_expressivity,
Sebastian Schaffert: regarding these questions, I'd also like to point you to one of
the first KiWi deliverables (KiWi Vision)
Sebastian Schaffert: I think we have already collected many ideas and insights there
Christoph Lange: 1. connect knowledge engineering and social interaction,
2. utilizing complex document formats in wikis,
3. closed world vs. open world
DeborahMcGuinness: 1. semantic wikis for escience - particular earth and space science
2. semantic wikis as a social collaborative environment for semantically-enabled applications
Peter P. Yim: (1) explore opportunities for collaboration;
(2) do a semantic wiki & OOR session
(3) showcase the state-of-the-art
Matthias Samwald: usability_vs_expressivity
Ken Baclawski: (1) experiences with distributed collaboration
(2) application to education
(3) integration with other tools (e.g., blogs)
Ted Bashor: Wish: (1) develop set of use cases
(2) ontology management/integration challenges
(3) linking wiki content to other apps
Rob Frost: (1) server-side infrastructure to support semantic wikis
(2) survey of semantic wikis for vertical domains (e.g. HCLS)
(3) semantic wikis for "non-experts"
Peter P. Yim: enter offers to be panelists please:
Denny Vrandecic: denny, semantic mediawiki (core system), http://semantic-mediawiki.org
Sebastian Schaffert: sebastian, KiWi project and/or IkeWiki, http://wiki.kiwi-project.eu
official webpage at http://www.kiwi-project.eu currently redesigned but should be ready next week
Harold Solbrig: Harold Solbrig - "BiomedGT - SMW based ontology federation and curation" http://biomedgt.nci.nih.gov
Christoph Lange: Christoph, SWiM (currently used at http://wiki.openmath.org , general info at http://kwarc.info/projects/swim/ ),
SWiM at OpenMath is a kind-of lightweight math. ontology engineering use case;
will also be concerned w/ argumentative structures in discussions
Harold Solbrig: Harold Solbrig (Guoquain Jiang) - "ICD-10 Collaborative Revision Platform for the WHO"
http://informatics.mayo.edu/whodev/index.php/Main_Page (password protected, but will be removed shortly)
DeborahMcGuinness: our main group page includes links to many of the wiki-based applications
as well as links to our foundational work - http://tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Main_Page
DoraiThodla: Dorai Thodla: SemanticWiki Applications - Teaching, Learning, Knowledge Sharing
Peter P. Yim: * input from Mark Musen: I think the emphasis on "semantic wiki's" forces the discussion
into a small corner. The real matter at hand is the use of Web 2.0 techniques in support
of ontology engineering. Semantic wiki's are a subset of Web 2.0 approaches.
... At Stanford, we believe that wiki's are much too limiting for scalable ontology development,
particularly when using OWL. Web Protege casts many of the features of desktop Protege in a
Web 2.0 framework, and that is where we are focussing our attention.
Christoph Lange: I disagree! A semantic wiki is a whole semantic web in a sandbox
Sebastian Schaffert: yes
Sebastian Schaffert: but the restriction to ontology engineering is even more narrow
Denny Vrandecic: +1 to Christoph Lange
DeborahMcGuinness: +1 to Mark Musen's point
Sebastian Schaffert: christoph: that was one of our arguments from the beginning
Sebastian Schaffert: there are two different sides to semantic wikis: semantics for wikis and wikis for semantics
Denny Vrandecic: it depends what Mark Musen means with Ontology Engineering
Harold Solbrig: The challenge is limiting the scope - Semantic Wiki -> Semantic WIki Philosophy -> Web 2.0++ .
The whole area is interesting, but we have to limit the scope
Sebastian Schaffert: still, it indicates the goal to create an ontology
Sebastian Schaffert: but Semantic Wikis might serve other goals
Harold Solbrig: I think a second goal is to annotate wiki content with an ontology
Sebastian Schaffert: and most non-Semantic-Web-users really don't care about semantics,
but they care about better software
Peter P. Yim: ALL: please propose other panelists below:
Peter P. Yim: * input from Mark Greaves: This is an area that I am extremely interested in --
as you know, Vulcan is one of the major funders of Semantic Wiki technology worldwide,
and we have some very nice software. ... At any rate, please keep me in mind as
one of the presenters, and we can follow up by email.
Harold Solbrig: We've used Halo in combination w/ Semantic Forms, but at one point,
they thought they were philosophically opposed. I think this has since been resolved.
Denny Vrandecic: Yaron Koren, Semantic Forms and other extensions, http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_Forms
Harold Solbrig: I'd like to see Yaron present on where they are going with Semantic Forms. Yaron?
Denny Vrandecic: (since he didn't suggest himself )
Li Ding: yaron is online
Sebastian Schaffert: Josef Holy, Sun Microsystems, application of Semantic Wikis in software knowledge management
Yaron Koren: Hi, guys. I don't know if I can make it to this conference...
Denny Vrandecic: it's a virtual conference
Yaron Koren: Oh...
Denny Vrandecic: not a real meeting
Yaron Koren: I missed that part.
Harold Solbrig: I'd like to get a good feeling for what Vulcan is doing and the problems they are trying to solve.
Yaron Koren: Let me also suggest Markus Krotzsch, then, of Semantic MediaWiki fame.
Harold Solbrig: Absolutely on Markus.
Christoph Lange: How about Max Voelkel and his topic sem. wikis for _personal_ knowledge mgmt?
Sebastian Schaffert: blogs are essentially like wikis, just sorted by time that's why I am using the term "wiki philosophy"
Christoph Lange: ... this chat doesn't seem to support UTF-8 ...
Peter Dolog: integration with other tools is a must in the enterprise context as we also realized in the KIWI project
Denny Vrandecic: i'd like to hear also from users
Sebastian Schaffert: denny: that's why I suggest Josef Holy
Peter P. Yim: if anyone has others to propose, please send the input to anyone of the co-champions or post below within the next 7-days
Peter Dolog: therefore, the mashups seems to be an interesting technology
Li Ding: as for blog, Jie bao has implemented a simple blog at http://tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Blog:Baojie
Christoph Lange: Sebastian: but i think blogs are used differently, from one blogger to a wide audience
that may only comment (or run their own blog and link, trackback, etc.)
Sebastian Schaffert: christoph: same technology, same philosophy, but different use
Christoph Lange: sebastian: but because of the different use i'd call the philosophy different too -- but, well, no philosophical discussions
Li Ding: privacy and access control in semantic wiki is the key to make things like blog flying in Semantic wiki
Denny Vrandecic: what about someone from wikia? they are giving semantic wikis to about 800,000 potential users...
Sebastian Schaffert: ah, and also dbpedia
Denny Vrandecic: oh wow, that is a topic -- access control in semantic wikis. that is a huge problem for us
DoraiThodla: Is there a list of Semantic wiki or something similar to WikiMatrix for SemWikis?
Christoph Lange: +1 Denny
Yaron Koren: There are various lists of SMW-using wikis...
Christoph Lange: Dorai: there was once some kind of metadata ontology on semanticweb.org, but it's not been used for a long time
DeborahMcGuinness: +many for access control
Denny Vrandecic: http://semanticweb.org/wiki/Category:Semantic_wiki_engine
Denny Vrandecic: it is community-maintained though...
Sebastian Schaffert: more than 5 seconds of preparation for a closing note would be a good thing
Denny Vrandecic: sebastian: you're too demanding, it's a wikiwiki world
Li Ding: that means we should write it together
Sebastian Schaffert: so please accept my apologies for having a wiki-style closing note
Denny Vrandecic: how can i edit it?
Sebastian Schaffert: thanks for hosting!
Denny Vrandecic: thanks!
Li Ding: thanks
DoraiThodla: Thanks Peter and bye every one.
Yaron Koren: Does that mean this chat has to end?
Peter Dolog: thanks to all for interesting session
Christoph Lange: thanks, bye!
Peter Dolog: bye
Denny Vrandecic: great moderation, we finished on time
Peter P. Yim: Thanks everyone!
Mike Bennett: Thanks, bye everyone.
Ken Baclawski: Thanks, bye all!
Sebastian Schaffert: was very nice to see that the community gets bigger and I hope to gain many insights here
Sebastian Schaffert: thanks again to all, bye
Yaron Koren: By the way, when is this virtual conference?
Denny Vrandecic: undecided yet
Yaron Koren: Ah.
Denny Vrandecic: it will probably be a mini-series
Yaron Koren: I see.
Denny Vrandecic: with a number of sessions, each with a small number of speakers
Mike Bennett: Similar to the series we are doing on emerging ontology showcases.
Sebastian Schaffert: nice concept - one needs to get accustomed to it but it works quite well
Sebastian Schaffert: meaning that this has actually been one of the more productive telcos in my life
Mike Bennett: Probably easier if you have three screens though.
Sebastian Schaffert: right
Denny Vrandecic: it fits well in one if you use an IM to connect to the chat instead of the browser
Sebastian Schaffert: but apple expos does the trick
Yaron Koren: Sorry, will all of these mini-conferences be about ontology engineering?
Denny Vrandecic: i dont hope so
Denny Vrandecic: the topics will be gathered now based on the topics we listed before
Yaron Koren: Oh, I see.
Sebastian Schaffert: BTW: There was a question by harold on versioning of metadata
- if you are also doing reasoning this is very much related
to the topic of reason maintenance
Sebastian Schaffert: currently not much addressed on the Semantic Web,
but some work in the logic programming area
Sebastian Schaffert: Jakub is investigating this
Yaron Koren: There's some reasoning in SMW already, though there could be more.
Yaron Koren: Type-checking, for instance.
Jakub Kotowski: actually, people already begun aplying reason maintenance and
belief revision techniques for triple store update operations
Sebastian Schaffert: yes, but the problem is when doing versioning of metadata
it could mean significant performance problems
Sebastian Schaffert: there is quite some reasoning in IkeWiki from the very beginning
Sebastian Schaffert: @Jakub: didn't know that, I probably should read your deliverable ...
Jakub Kotowski: @Sebastian: take a look at the "Relation to RDF and OWL" part
Sebastian Schaffert: I will as soon as I find a bit more time
Peter P. Yim: Folks ... Telephone playback is now available.
Audio archives (mp3) will probably be ready tomorrow.
Sebastian Schaffert: bye, have a nice day/night/...
Jakub Kotowski: bye
Yaron Koren: BTW, the Ontoprise people are working on access control for SMW (SemanticMediaWiki)
- if everyone is interested in that, it would be worth talking to them about it.
Yaron Koren: Or having them talk about it.
Peter P. Yim: ... I'll sign off now. ... thanks again, everyone. Great session!
Additional proposed panelists/topic: ... (posted after the 2008.09.18 session)
PeterYim/2008.09.24: Peter P. Yim, Ken Baclawski et al., Purple MediaWiki Extention (PMWX), http://project.cim3.net/wiki/PMWX
PeterYim/2008.09.24: Peter P. Yim et al., Migrating the OntologWiki content to Purple Semantic Media Wiki, http://ontolog.cim3.net/wiki (prefer to do this towards the end of the mini-series)
Peter P. Yim: Adam Cheyer also suggested earlier (2008.09.17): Thomas Tunsch - "National Museums in Berlin: The Semantic Web and Wikis" (ref. his previous talk) - anyone familiar with him or his work?
Follow-up and Adjourn
- For those who cannot join us, or who have further questions or remarks on the topic, please post them to the "swikig" listserv so that everyone in the community can benefit from the discourse.
- watch out for announcement of the upcoming events for this mini-series. They will be made on both the [swikig] list and the [ontolog-invitation] list
- the first (kick-off) event will likely be some time in mid-October (2008); and will probably be on a survey of the Semantic Wiki landscape.
- this planning session was adjourned 11:57 am PDT
proceedings captured on this wiki by Peter P. Yim / 2008.09.18-11:57am PDT
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reflect the proceedings of the session as they see fit (particularly where they are personally involved). =ppy
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