Kevin, Sandro & All:
I too will continue participation.
I addition to more focused participation I suggest a more clearly defined role for both government and W3C.
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Thank you for the input. I and the chairs will discuss with W3C management.
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I would be pleased to continue this group.
My contribution would be around the use case of Linked Environment Data http://www.w3.org/egov/wiki/Linked_Environment_Data
Furthermore, the European Environment Agency has published a use case about networking and aligning species databases all over Europe based on Linked Data:
I am quite sure they will start working on this quite soon.
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