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Welcome to our "open dialog in ontology"!     (1)

The Ontolog Forum is an open, international, virtual community of practice devoted to advancing the field of ontology, ontological engineering and semantic technology, and advocating their adoption into mainstream applications and international standards.     (2)

What is an ontology?     (3)

If you want to learn about ontologies, many resources are available on this wiki and elsewhere:     (3A)

Weekly Meeting     (4)

Most weeks we have a virtual meeting on Wednesday at Noon US Eastern Time. Conference call information is available on the meeting page for the particular week.     (4A)

 https://ontologforum.org/index.php/ConferenceCall_yyyy_mm_dd

where "yyyy" is the year, "mm" is the month, and "dd" is the day of the month. For example, https://ontologforum.org/index.php/ConferenceCall_2021_07_07 is the page for the meeting on 7 July 2021.     (4C)

  • Most meetings are recorded. The video recordings, slide presentations and other resources are available via links on the meeting pages.     (4D)
  • The document archives are stored on Amazon S3. Access requires credentials. These can be obtained on request from Ken Baclawski.     (4E)

Membership     (5)

















































































































































































































































































































































































































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