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[ontolog] Member Conference Call - Thu 2007-11-01     (1)

  • This is expected to be a regular operations planning and review meeting for active members of the Ontolog community, we are going to review and schedule Ontolog virtual events for the next couple of quarters (or more) during the session. ... The meeting is open to all who are interested, RSVP (offline to appreciated.     (1A)

Attendees     (1C)

... (please insert your name above or RSVP by e-mailing <> offline)     (1C3)

Agenda Ideas     (1E)

impending Ontolog programs, which include (but are not limited to):     (1E2)

Support" mini-series that is just about to start,     (1E4)

(please insert your ideas below)     (1E6)

Agenda & Proceedings     (1F)

1) Welcome & confirmation of agenda     (1F1)

2) Appointment of secretary to take minutes     (1F3)

3) Roll-call of participants     (1F5)

4) Upcoming meeting & event schedule (near future)     (1F8)

  • Scheduled Ontolog Events (already on the calendar):     (1F9)
    • 2007_11_08 - Thursday: NASA-Ontolog-KMWG: Ontology in Knowledge Management & Decision Support (OKMDS) mini-series - Launch Event - ConferenceCall_2007_11_08        (1F9A)
    • No meeting on Thu 2007.11.22 - Thanksgiving Day in the USA     (1F9B)
    • 2007_12_06 - Thursday: Ontolog invited Speaker Presentation - Mark Musen - ConferenceCall_2007_12_06        (1F9C)
    • 2008_01_24 - Thursday: 12th Ontolog DatabaseAndOntology series Session - Invited Speaker: Holger Knublauch - ConferenceCall_2008_01_24        (1F9D)
    • 2008_02_14 - Thursday: Ontolog Scheduled Discussion - Ontology Applications in Emergency Response (Take-2) - Co-organizers: Rex Brooks & Bob Smith - ConferenceCall_2008_02_14        (1F9E)

5) Communications, logistics, & work protocols issues     (1F11)

  • Consensus:     (1F15)
    • only ongoing series organizers will be in positions to firm up dates for events on the Meetings Calls page (essentially referring to the Thursday event slots)     (1F15A)
    • the series' should have a pre-agreed frequency of their events already sanctioned by the planning team (i.e. active members who join in at the "operations planning and review" meetings)     (1F15B)
    • dates may be taken up on a first-come-first served basis     (1F15C)
    • for major events (like ontology summit), organizers should "block off" the date(s) even when it is not totally firmed up     (1F15D)
    • organizers may use the term "proposed" and "tentative," as appropriate     (1F15E)
    • a more rigorous policy will be developed if we run into too many conflicts     (1F15F)

6) Follow-ups from previous calls     (1F16)

7) Current Project Status Report -- will probably skip this regular item     (1F17)

  • Status CctRepresentation and UblOntology project work.     (1F19)

8) Key Issues discussion:     (1F29)

impending Ontolog programs, which include (but are not limited to):     (1F31)

Support" mini-series that is just about to start,     (1F33)

10) Sponsorship and funding -- will probably skip this regular item     (1F37)

11) Other business.     (1F38)

12) Next meeting date and adjourn     (1F39)

  • Our next meeting/call will be the Thu 2007.11.08 OKMDS mini-series Launch Event. Details at ConferenceCall_2007_11_08 ... talk to you then!     (1F40)

minutes captured in real time on this wiki by Peter P. Yim / 2007.11.01-11:45 am PDT     (1F43)

Attendees are requested to review the notes above, help clean it up, and make amendments and edits to better     (1F44)

reflect the proceedings of the session as they see fit (particularly where they are personally involved). =ppy     (1F45)

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