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RE: toward Apr AMS meeting agenda

From: Seaborne, Andy <andy.seaborne@hp.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2004 09:45:57 +0100
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To: RDF Data Access Working Group <public-rdf-dawg@w3.org>

> Likewise future ftf meetings. It's good to have
> them planned a year in advance. Anybody who would
> like to host a future ftf meeting should please
> let the WG know at or before the Amsterdam meeting.
> Perhaps we'll entertain proposals before the meeting
> in email and actually decide at the meeting.

HP would be happy to host a F2F in Bristol, UK (when it is appropriate to
have it in Europe).

The airport is:

http://jena.hpl.hp.com:2020/airports?lang=fetch&r=http://www.megginson.com/e
xp/id/airports/EGGD

	Andy

-------- Original Message --------
> From: Dan Connolly <>
> Date: 26 March 2004 18:07
> 
> regarding "ACTION: DanC to work on face-to-face agenda"
>  -- minutes: RDF DAWG telcon 25 March for review
> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-rdf-dawg/2004JanMar/0186.html
> 
> 
> Thinking out loud... the basic questions are who/what/where/when/why...
> 
> Who is straightforward: as many WG members as can make it.
> EricP has set up a WBS form gizmo.
> http://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/35463/AmsterdamDAWGF2F/results
> 
> Why? To first order, the charter calls for ftf meetings,
> and each of us has agreed to the charter. To finer
> resolution, we should have some meeting goals... hmm...
> 
> Where? to 1st order: Amsterdam. Beyond that,
> we've delegated to our hosts, Asemantics, who are keeping
> us informed on a web page, http://dawg.asemantics.com/ .
> We have a couple requests for remote participation that
> I expect we'll accomodate.
> 
> When? to first order: 22-23 April. But we need
> more resolution on that... tradition suggests 9am to 5pm
> each day, but I haven't looked at flights and such.
> Our hosts are evidently willing to accomodate us
> for that time:
>   "22 and 23 of April, 9.00 -17.00."
>    -- http://dawg.asemantics.com/
> 
> Does anybody have a conflict starting at 9am on the 22nd and
> continuing thru 5pm on the 23rd? Please speak of conflicts
> for you personally, and don't worry about things you think
> other people might have trouble with. I'm interested
> to know about any sort of conflict, even if it's uncertain
> whether it will ultimately affect your participation in
> the meeting. Feel free to let me know off-list and/or
> in the comments field of the WBS form noted above.
> 
> What is scoped by our charter, but we clearly need more
> resolution than that. And it's traditional to assign
> specific times to certain topics. I mentioned a couple
> 3-hour slots for the remote participants. These should
> be in the afternoon (a) because that puts the sun
> up over Pat Hayes, and (b) because Patrick Stickler
> asked to be briefed on the morning's progress at
> the start of the session.
> 
> Meeting goals are also relevant to the what? and why? questions.
> I have only just begun to consider meeting goals.
> I suppose I'd like to get some level of consensus
> around use cases and requirements and have a plan
> for publishing them on http://www.w3.org/TR/ .
> 
> Perhaps we can walk thru the RDQL submission
> and collect issues. Or maybe it's too early for that.
> http://www.w3.org/Submission/2003/SUBM-RDQL-20031030/
> 
> I expect that during the breaks and such, folks will
> discuss their favorite design proposals, or test
> harness mechanisms, and the like. But I don't know
> if we'll deal with that sort of thing as a group just yet.
> 
> We have only decided telcon times thru April, so
> please come prepared to play telcon tiddlywinks.
> i.e. have your calendar handy. People that don't
> plan to attend should give their input by email.
> I'll send a separate message about that.
> 
> Likewise future ftf meetings. It's good to have
> them planned a year in advance. Anybody who would
> like to host a future ftf meeting should please
> let the WG know at or before the Amsterdam meeting.
> Perhaps we'll entertain proposals before the meeting
> in email and actually decide at the meeting.
> 
> There. That's the contents of my brain relevant
> to the ftf agenda. Let the discussion begin.
> Keep in mind that W3C process calls for the
> agenda to be done two weeks in advance, i.e.
> 8 April. By that time I intend to have a meeting
> page in place, ala
> 
>   Fifth Meeting of the W3C Web Ontology Working Group
>   9-10 January 2003
>   Manchester, UK
>   http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/WebOnt/ftf5.html
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