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[PRD] PRD meeting at ILOG Wednesday 11

From: Christian de Sainte Marie <csma@ilog.fr>
Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2009 19:47:11 +0100
Message-ID: <49907A2F.9050503@ilog.fr>
To: RIF WG <public-rif-wg@w3.org>, "Berlioz-Matignon, Carole Ann" <CaroleAnnMatignon@fairisaac.com>, Mark Proctor <mproctor@redhat.com>

All,

There will be a PRD meeting at ILOG on Wednesday 11 February, from 10:00 to 17:00 CET (0900 to 1600 UTC).
Expected attendance: Changhai and csma (ILOG), Paul (Tibco), Carole-Ann Matignon (FairIsaac), Mark Proctor (JBoss);
Regrets: Gary (Oracle), Adrian (TUB).

We will have a Zakim telecon bridge for the meeting (see details below), but I requested only a limited number of ports: if you plan to attend remotely, please, let me know asap, so I can request new ports if needed (and if possible).

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Proposed agenda (times are CET):

10-12h30 - RIF tutorial (RIF-PRD and how it relates to the other RIF specs); the objective is to make sure that we are all on a page.

14h00-17h00 - During the afternoon, we have the following subjects to discuss (based on Changhai's and Paul's input, and on the RIF issues list):
1. What is reallistically feasible for PRD 1.0, based on Changhai's two layers proposal, esp.
 - What set of primitive actions in PRD 1.0?
2. PRD interoperation with OO models
 - Benefits and drawbacks of specific syntax
3. PRD interoperation with Core;
 - Issues with importing Core rules?
 - Issue when exporting PRD rules to Core?
4. PRD interoperation with XML data/data models;
5. PRD interoperation with OWL/RDF;
6. Test cases
7. After PRD 1.0: what is next?

My objective for items 1 to 4 would be that we examine and criticize the strawman proposals where they exist, and that we come to a consensus, or, at least, that we agree on a course of action that should lead us to a consensus; and that we draft a strawman proposal where none is available (e.g. regarding the missing primitive actions).

Re items 5-7, the objective is more to start the ball rolling, as I see it, and to set a course of actions.

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Telecon details:

Bridges: +1.617.761.6200 (US), +33 4 89 06 34 99 (F) or +44.117.370.6152
(GB)
Conference code: 743773# ("RIFPRD")
IRC Chat: irc:irc.w3.org (port 6665), #rif-prd
Web-based IRC (member-only): [http://www.w3.org/2001/01/cgi-irc]

I requested only 5 ports: please, let me knoz asap if you intend to attend remotely.

Cheers,

Christian
Received on Monday, 9 February 2009 18:48:21 GMT

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