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Primer next steps

From: Bijan Parsia <bparsia@cs.man.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2008 00:52:24 +0100
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To: OWL Working Group WG <public-owl-wg@w3.org>

My current plan ealing with review comments (as I believe was  
suggested at the F2F) is to leave review comments in place. When I've  
felt I've dealt with a comment I'll include inside the comment text  
of the form:
	<<BijanParsia 19:17, 8 April 2008 (EDT) Done>>

So if you are looking for "dealt with" review comments, just search  
for "<<". If the comment is yours and you are satisfied with the  
dealing, delete the comment.

Sometimes, I may not agree with a comment. Hard to believe, I know,  
but it *has* been known to happen. In such cases, I'll add a response  
inside <<>>. If you can live with that response, then delete the  
comment. Otherwise, I'd suggest sending email to Peter and me and/or  
the group.

When there are <<>>s in all the review comments, I'll send an  
announcement so people can know to check the responses and delete (or  
continue discussion about) their comment.

Thanks again for the reviews.

My current thoughts for substantive next steps is to focus on filling  
out the remaining sections so that we have (roughly) all the major  
content. Then it will be a bit easier to go for restructuring. After  
that, there'll be a prose clean up and fleshing out of discussions.

One idea I'd like to explore (and would like some feedback on) is to  
add a fair bit of "perspective" notes and commentary throughout the  
text (e.g., stuff from the RDF perspective, the XML perspective, and  
the OWL 1 perspective...e.g., features that are new). These would be  
"display on demand" much like the alternative syntaxes so as not to  
clutter the main line of the document.

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