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* Expecting: all who are on the [ontology-summit-org] list; and other invitees of the organizing committee.  
 
* Expecting: all who are on the [ontology-summit-org] list; and other invitees of the organizing committee.  
 
* Attendees: ...  
 
* Attendees: ...  
** Regrets: RamSriram, [[MichaelGruninger]], [[MikeBennett]] (has to leave after the first hour),  
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** Regrets: RamSriram, [[MichaelGruninger]], [[MikeBennett]] (has to leave after the first hour), KenAllgood (will be joining 45 - 50 minutes late)
  
 
* Add you '''Agenda Ideas''' and anything you want discussed at this meeting below:  
 
* Add you '''Agenda Ideas''' and anything you want discussed at this meeting below:  

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Contents

OntologySummit2012: Getting Organized     (1)

This is a scratch workspace for the organization, coordination and planning of OntologySummit2012.     (1A)

Theme: Ontology for Big Systems     (1B)

7th in the series of a 3-month open annual event by and for the Ontology Community. This Summit is co-organized by Ontolog, NIST, NCOR, NCBO, IAOA & NCO_NITRD     (1B1)

ref. OntologySummit     (1B2)


OntologySummit2012 Organizing Committee Meetings:     (1B5)

OntologySummit2012 3rd Organizing Committee conference call - Fri 2012.01.20     (1C)

Conference call details:     (1C1)

  • Add you Agenda Ideas and anything you want discussed at this meeting below:     (1C7)
    • lock-in Symposium date     (1C7A)
    • finalize organizing committee members and roles - another co-champ for X-Track-A1, others cluster around tracks/sub-teams, drop those who cannot commit to the time/effort needed to do a good job here     (1C7B)
    • plan out master virtual session calendar     (1C7C)
    • tie down details for session-03 & -04 - need info on: chair, panelists, session-title, session-abstract, talk-titles, talk-abstracts (would be great), panelists-bios, ...     (1C7D)
    • stage session-05 & -06 - develop next level of details for Tracks 3 & 4 - which domains will we focus in, who can we engage that have authority over those subject matters?     (1C7E)
    • organize PR effort     (1C7F)
    • put effort into advisory committee & co-sponsorship - engage them     (1C7G)

Agenda & Proceedings:     (1C8)

[ [ Audio Archive of the meeting] ] ( __:__:__ ; mp3 ; __ MB) 
[ [ chat-transcript] ] 


OntologySummit2012 2nd Organizing Committee conference call - Fri 2012.01.13     (1D)

Conference call details:     (1D1)

  • Add you Agenda Ideas and anything you want discussed at this meeting below:     (1D7)
    • review session proposals and organizing committee members' inputs     (1D7A)
    • identifying tracks, sub-tracks, etc.     (1D7B)
    • appointing all the responsible positions - champions & editors, etc.     (1D7C)
    • broadly define the session schedule and topics, and tie down details for the next 2~3 sessions, at least.     (1D7D)

Agenda & Proceedings:     (1D8)

[ [http://interop.cim3.net/file/work/ontology-summit-org/OntologySummit2012/meetings/OntologySummit2012_org-call-n02_20120113b.mp3 Audio Archive of the meeting] ] ( 1:12:13 ; mp3 ; 15.14 MB) 
[ [http://interop.cim3.net/file/work/ontology-summit-org/OntologySummit2012/meetings/OntologySummit2012-org-call_chat-transacript_unedited_20120113a.txt chat-transcript] ] 
  • Opening, roll call, adopt agenda, quick self-intros for new members     (1D8A)
  • discussion: aligning the proposed program segments under the 4 (3?) Tracks     (1D8D)
    • it is recognized that the above content/topics will be form the "pick list" from which various tracks will essentially be drawing their discussion/session topics from.     (1D8D1)
  • Identify tracks, sub-tracks, foci, key sessions, ...     (1D8E)
    • identify communities with whom we might do a collaborative project with as part of the summit activities     (1D8E1)
    • anyone else we should really engage in the organizing committee?     (1D8E2)
  • Preparation for the Jan-19 "Ontology for Big Systems: What's In Scope?" panel session     (1D8W)
    • Co-chairs: LeoObrst & NicolaGuarino     (1D8W2)
    • Panelists: All champions     (1D8W3)
    • draft agenda: Intro to champions; Overview and Input Solicitations from the Tracks & Aspects - each champion has 5 minutes - i.e. a track with 3 co-champions will have 15 minutes, and a track with 2 co-champions will have 10 minutes; each track should consolidate all their co-champions slides (probably 1 or 2 each) into a single slide deck.     (1D8W4)
    • Goals: communicate to the summit participants what's in scope, introduce the champions and solicit contribution. Get the open discourse going.     (1D8W5)
    • What needs to be covered:     (1D8W6)
    • invitations / tasks / actions:     (1D8W7)
  • Recap action items, next meeting, wrap-up     (1D8Z)
    • Slides for Thu Jan-19 session due end-of-day Tue Jan-17     (1D8Z1)
    • Next meeting: (candidate) Friday 2012.01.20 - starting 7:00am PST / 10:00am EST / 4:00pm CET / 15:00 UTC - world clock - hopefully 1~1.5 Hour; then maybe alternate Friday full organizing committee meetings and track/sub-track meetings     (1D8Z2)
    • what else?     (1D8Z3)


OntologySummit2012 First Organizing Committee conference call - Fri 2012.01.06     (1E)

Conference call details:     (1E1)

...
(if you were there, and was missed on the roll call, please add yourself back in.)

Agenda & Proceedings:     (1E9)

[ [http://interop.cim3.net/file/work/ontology-summit-org/OntologySummit2012/meetings/OntologySummit2012_org-call-n01_20120106b.mp3 Audio Archive of the meeting] ] ( 2:15:04 ; mp3 ; 15.46 MB) 
[ [http://interop.cim3.net/file/work/ontology-summit-org/OntologySummit2012/meetings/OntologySummit2012-org-call_chat-transacript_unedited_20120106a.txt chat-transcript] ] 
  • Identify Deliverables for each of the track chairs (as well as overall summit)     (1E9E)
  • thoughts/prep on Jan-19 & 26 and Feb-2 virtual sessions (so that we can start preparing, inviting panelists for these first three virtual sessions) ...     (1E9H)
    • Thu Jan-19: (candidate:) Define "System" � and what do we mean by "Ontology for X Systems"     (1E9H1)
    • Thu Jan-26: (candidate:) Define "Big" � what are we addressing in this "Ontology for Big Systems" summit     (1E9H2)
    • Thu Feb-2: (candidate:) Survey of "Big Systems" application domains amenable to ontology use     (1E9H3)
  • Action items, next meeting, wrap-up     (1E9I)
    • Slides for Thu Jan-12 Launch Event due end-of-day Tue Jan-10     (1E9I1)
    • Next meeting: (candidate) Friday 2012.01.13 - starting 7:00am PST / 10:00am EST / 4:00pm CET / 15:00 UTC - world clock - hopefully 1~1.5 Hour; then maybe alternate Friday full organizing committee meetings and track/sub-track meetings     (1E9I2)
    • what else?     (1E9I3)

OntologySummit2012 Organizing Committee: basics, logistics and some ground rules of engagement     (1E10)

  • we are here to get things organized; to frame, coordinate and discuss how we can facilitate the discourse, with an aim towards getting the best outcome from the Summit season; optimizing that against the goals and objectives laid out for ththis year's summit theme - i.e. OntologySummit2012: "Ontology for Big Systems"     (1E10A)
    • make distinction between your "organizer" role and your "content expert" role, both are important - at the ontology-summit-org committee, you are wearing the "organizer" hat; please segregate that from your "content expert" hat (which most of us will also also wear, say, when it comes to rolling out the content that you are championing.)     (1E10A1)
    • no (read: try to absolutely minimize) "content discussions" at the organizing committee meetings, please. We are here to do the meta-discussion on how to frame, coordinate and facilitate the discourse, and discuss "how" to produce an optimal outcome; the content discussions should be done via posting to the [ontology-summit] list, dedicated wiki "content pages" and at the Thursday virtual panel sessions.     (1E10A2)
  • try to provide a quick turn-around on email exchanges. A 4-hour turn-around window would be a good target. A 1 working day (8-Hr) or 24-elapse time response limit is appreciated from everyone (if you don't have a full response, at least provide an acknowledgment and an ETA for the full answer.)     (1E10B)
    • past that limit, people might just choose to call or forge ahead if the response is still missing after that     (1E10B1)
    • try to provide alternate means of contact (e.g. mobile phone number) to people you are collaborating closely with     (1E10B2)
  • for continuity, please try to be at all sessions (or at least your fellow co-champion is there, if you have a pair/team partner)     (1E10C)
  • since things are so interrelated, please always discuss/transact on the mailing list, so that everyone is kept posted     (1E10D)
    • use proper subject line, and prefix in square brackets to help discern topics     (1E10D1)
  • to allow us to freely speak our minds (without getting those utterances caught by search engine crawlers and the like) the [ontology-summit-org] message archives and shared-file workspace are password protected. You should have been informed of the role-based access credentials already if you are an organizing committee member. In case you missed them, please contact <peter.yim [at] cim3.com>. ... by the way, please do not share those credentials with others.     (1E10E)
  • Being able to have read and write access to the mailing list messages are crucial. In case you have trouble with that, please contact <peter.yim [at] cim3.com> asap.     (1E10F)
    • if you are new on the list, it might help if you check you spam folders first, because the distributed messages may inadvertently be caught by your spam filter.     (1E10F1)
    • please provide <peter.yim [at] cim3.com> with aliases (if you might post from them); multiple subscription addresses too.     (1E10F2)