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Re: DWBP is a W3C Recommendation

From: Caroline Burle <cburle@nic.br>
Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2017 16:22:29 -0200
To: public-dwbp-wg@w3.org
Message-ID: <1c22fcde-fe54-761a-8d48-89188bd898d3@nic.br>
Hello!

I was very touched with Phil's and Berna's email and I am also very 
happy and proud to see the DWBP and the Vocabularies officially published!

I am also deeply grateful for the opportunity to be part in this great 
work. It was a pleasure to work with all of you! My special thanks to 
Berna and Newton, from whom I learned a lot and became great friends; to 
Phil for all the help and patience to solving all our doubts; to the 
chairs for always helping us to gathering consensus, and also to 
Annette, Deirdree, Hadley, Phil, Antoine, Riccardo, Eric, Laufer, Ig, 
Seiji, João Paulo, Giancarlo, and Makx!

It was a great pleasure to meet you all and get to know better a lot of 
you. I hope to have the opportunity to work with you again in the near 
future! :)

I take this opportunity to send the link of Phil's post translated into 
pt-br [1] (thank you Phil for allowing us to translate it!). The link of 
the W3C Post in the W3C Brasil website [2] and the link of the Press 
Release [3] that NIC.br produced, also in pt-br.

Finally, as Berna mentioned we learned a lot being part of this team! We 
tried to share with the Brazilian community what we learned from this WG 
in this post [4] that we called "how to participate in a W3C WG" (also 
in pt-br).

Muito obrigada!!! Kind regards,
Caroline

[1] http://blog.w3c.br/dados-na-web-esta-aqui-como-fazer/
[2] http://www.w3c.br/Noticias/DWBPRecomendacaoW3C
[3] 
http://nic.br/noticia/releases/com-contribuicao-brasileira-w3c-lanca-recomendacao-para-publicacao-de-dados-na-web/
[4] 
https://medium.com/revista-web/como-participar-de-um-grupo-de-trabalho-do-w3c-nossa-experi%C3%AAncia-como-editores-do-data-on-the-web-57e076782e98#.4v48kcyz5

On 31/01/17 13:51, Bernadette Farias Lóscio wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm so happy and proud to see the results of our work. It was great to 
> be part of this team!
>
> I remember our first Friday meetings when, most of the times, I was 
>  just listening because I was still learning how to participate on a 
> W3C working group. After a while, I started to become "less shy" and 
> at the end I was really feeling part of the team. And this is a great 
> feeling! Being able to contribute with something that can help 
> organizations all around the world it is really priceless. Now, I have 
> to confess that I am addicted to this and I'd like to contribute with 
> other working groups as well.
>
> Thank you all for our meetings and discussions! I learned so much with 
> them.  A special thanks to Annette, Antoine, Eric Stephan, Laufer, 
> Makx and Phil.
>
> Thanks to all W3C team for the support! A special thanks to Phil for 
> all your help and patience! He had the challenge to deal with some 
> people like me (without W3C working group experience) :)  Also a big 
> thank you to our chairs! You were really amazing bringing the 
> consensus at difficult moments and helping us to organize our ideas!
>
> Thank you so much to Carol and Newton! It was great working with you 
> two! We learned a lot together and I hope that we have other 
> opportunities to repeat this successful partnership!
>
> I really like the idea of proposing a Community Group. I think that we 
> can go further on some ongoing discussions, but we can also identify 
> new challenges about Data on the Web. Let's continue the data on the 
> Web Revolution [1]!
>
> cheers,
> Berna
>
> [1] https://www.w3.org/blog/2017/01/dwbp/ 
> <https://www.w3.org/blog/2017/01/dwbp/>
>
> 2017-01-31 10:18 GMT-03:00 Phil Archer <phila@w3.org 
> <mailto:phila@w3.org>>:
>
>     Take a bow ladies and gentlemen...
>
>     https://www.w3.org/TR/dwbp/
>
>     The formal announcement has been sent to the members and the home
>     page will be updated later in the day to point to the Rec (it'll
>     be top news item - you might want to take a screenshot). I have
>     also written a blog post at https://www.w3.org/blog/2017/01/dwbp/
>     <https://www.w3.org/blog/2017/01/dwbp/>.
>
>     Please look out for tweets, make a noise, shout, promote etc.
>
>     There have been times along this path when WG members have
>     expressed their thanks to each other and sadness that the work is
>     now done. I've not been ready to join in with that until now, i.e.
>     now that both of the vocabularies are stable and the BP doc is
>     published as a Recommendation.
>
>     I am deeply grateful to the members of this WG. As I tried to say
>     in Zagreb - your expertise and hard work makes each other look
>     good and makes me look good. I know that those of us present were
>     delighted to see so many references to the work while we were in
>     Amsterdam recently. That's a sign that others have been and are
>     watching, and that the work is useful. The quotes from Terence
>     Eden and Jeremy Tandy included in the blog post are genuine and
>     unprompted.
>
>     It is the way of these things that it is the editors whose names
>     are most frequently mentioned. That is right. The work that
>     Antoine, Riccardo, Eric, Bernadette, Carol and Newton have done
>     puts the rest of us in the shade. But we all know that it has been
>     a group effort and the editors' hands have been guided by many voices.
>
>     My own role is only possible with everyone else's effort which is
>     why I am so humbled. If you'll allow me, there are three people I
>     must thank by name: Hadley, Dee and Yaso. Their guidance and
>     organisation has been essential to the group's success.
>
>     What's Next?
>     ============
>
>     In terms of this WG, that's it. The group will be formally closed
>     in the coming days, the mailing list made inactive (the archive
>     persists) and the wiki frozen. If you want to make any edits to
>     the wiki, do it now.
>
>     As you know, I'm hoping to start a new WG on the topic of
>     vocabularies, notably DCAT, coming out of the Amsterdam workshop.
>     I'm supposed to have written the report by now - I'm working on
>     it. I hope many of you will want to be in that WG.
>
>     For DWBP, some have suggested that there's more to follow up on. I
>     agree. The vehicle we have for that is the Community Group system
>     so if you'd like to propose one, please do. See
>     https://www.w3.org/community/ That would have its own (new)
>     mailing list. I'm finding out whether such a group can still
>     manage the Github repo or whether that too will be frozen.
>
>     Again, a sincere and deeply felt thank you. It has been a privilege.
>
>     Signing off from DWBP
>
>     Phil
>
>     -- 
>
>
>     Phil Archer
>     Data Strategist, W3C
>     http://www.w3.org/
>
>     http://philarcher.org
>     +44 (0)7887 767755 <tel:%2B44%20%280%297887%20767755>
>     @philarcher1
>
>
>
>
> -- 
> Bernadette Farias Lóscio
> Centro de Informática
> Universidade Federal de Pernambuco - UFPE, Brazil
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