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[ontolog] Member Conference Call - Thu 2005-06-09     (1)

  • Subject: [ontolog] member conference call Thu 2005-06-09     (1A1)

Attendees     (1B)

Agenda Ideas     (1C)

Agenda & Proceedings     (1E)

1) Welcome & confirmation of agenda     (1E1)

2) Appointment of secretary to take minutes     (1E3)

3) Roll-call of participants     (1E5)

4) Upcoming meeting & event schedule (near future)     (1E7)

5) Communications, logistics, & work protocols issues     (1E12)

  • Regular call time revisited:     (1E13)
    • received one more input lately - from SteveRay:     (1E13A)
      • Steve: "...if you held your regular Ontolog sessions on any of Monday, Tuesday or Friday afternoons, I would be a regular attendee. (Of course I can't promise attendance for every meeting, but it works much better for my schedule). ..."     (1E13A1)
      • EvanWallace request we defers the assessment until end June (to see what W3C-SWBPD comes up with for their egualr call schedule). Therefore, input still welcomed, encourage d and appreciated.     (1E13A2)

6) Follow-ups from previous calls     (1E14)

7) Current Project Status Report     (1E15)

8) project work session / discussion     (1E20)

    • need small team of volunteers to do the follow-up and continued exploration     (1E23A)
    • Kurt: getting hooked up with people who already have traction in the process (the Esther Dysons of the world) would probably be a good approach for us.     (1E23B)
      • given that we do not have the infrastructure and governance to do operations     (1E23B1)
    • Bo: yes ... we should maintain Ontolog as an open CoP; but allow mentions to gain opportunities through participation     (1E23C)

9) New project proposals     (1E24)

10) Sponsorship and funding     (1E25)

11) Other business     (1E26)

12) Next meeting date and adjourn     (1E27)


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