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[ontolog] Member Conference Call - Thu 2007-09-27     (1)

  • There being no scheduled special event today, this is expected to be a regular operations planning and review meeting for active members of the Ontolog community, if members of the community has items they put on the agenda. ... The meeting is open to all who are interested, RSVP (offline to peter.yim@cim3.com) appreciated.     (1A)
  • the meeting is subject to cancellation, one hour before start time, if we do not reach a minimum of 3 expected attendees, or if it is deemed that we don't have issues interesting enough to warrant taking up people's time for the call.     (1B)

Attendees     (1D)

... (please insert your name above or RSVP by e-mailing <peter.yim@cim3.com> offline)     (1D3)

Agenda Ideas     (1F)

(please insert your ideas below)     (1F1)

Agenda & Proceedings     (1G)

1) Welcome & confirmation of agenda     (1G1)

2) Appointment of secretary to take minutes     (1G3)

3) Roll-call of participants     (1G5)

4) Upcoming meeting & event schedule (near future)     (1G8)

  • Scheduled Ontolog Events:     (1G9)
    • Thursday, 4-Oct-2007 - Dr. Tania Tudorache from the Stanford Prot���g��� team was our invited speaker. She presented a talk on: "Collaborative Ontology Development in Prot���g���." Please refer to details on the session wiki page at: ConferenceCall_2007_10_04 ... Audio archives of the session is now available!        (1G9A)
    • Thursday, 11-Oct-2007 - Dr. Timothy Redmond, Chief Architect of Prot���g��� from the Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research (formerly Stanford Medical Informatics) and Mr. Peter Yim, CEO of CIM3 were our invited speakers. They presented on: "CODS ��� a Collaborative Ontology Development Service & Infrastructure" and "Distributed Ontology Development with Prot���g���." Please refer to details on the session wiki page at: ConferenceCall_2007_10_11 ... Audio archives of the session is now available!        (1G9B)
    • Thursday, 18-Oct-2007 - Dr. Matthew West and Dr. Leo Obrst presented the 11th session in the "Database And Ontology" series - Dr. Alan Wu from Oracle's Database Semantic Technologies Group was our invited speaker. This is the second of the two-part presentation from Oracle and was focused more on Oracle's OWL Inferencing implementation. Dr. Wu's talk was entitled: "A Scalable RDBMS-Based Inference Engine for RDFS/OWL." Please refer to details at the session wiki page, at: ConferenceCall_2007_10_18 ... Audio archives of the session is now available!        (1G9C)

5) Communications, logistics, & work protocols issues     (1G12)

6) Follow-ups from previous calls     (1G13)

7) Current Project Status Report     (1G14)

  • Status CctRepresentation and UblOntology project work.     (1G16)

8) Key Issues discussion:     (1G26)

  • Steve and Peter discussed about the prospects of an Ontology Summit for Spring 2008     (1G27)
    • Steve will come back to us on plans from NIST     (1G27A)
    • Peter suggested that we start early, and to get community input and suggestions on the main theme of next year's summit     (1G27B)

10) Sponsorship and funding.     (1G28)

11) Other business.     (1G29)

  • Steve: Oct. 25~26 NIST/SMI/NIH workshop on "Methods and Metrics on Ontology Evaluation" - invitation only     (1G30)
  • Peter showed Tim and Bob around the Ontolog-cwe and invited them to join the community     (1G31)

12) Next meeting date and adjourn     (1G32)

  • Our next meeting/call will be the Thu 2007.10.04. Details will be at ConferenceCall_2007_10_04 ... talk to you then!     (1G33)

minutes captured in real time on this wiki by Peter P. Yim / 2007.09.27-11:10 am PDT     (1G36)

Attendees are requested to review the notes above, help clean it up, and make amendments and edits to better     (1G37)

reflect the proceedings of the session as they see fit (particularly where they are personally involved). =ppy     (1G38)


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