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Re: SWUI Workshop at CHI? (was RE: [CHI-ANNOUNCEMENTS] CFP CHI 2008: Workshop/Course submissions due 15 June)

From: Lloyd Rutledge <Lloyd.Rutledge@cwi.nl>
Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2007 11:41:20 +0200
Message-ID: <465FE9C0.70909@cwi.nl>
To: public-semweb-ui@w3.org, "T.Heath" <T.Heath@open.ac.uk>

Hi all,

In part to encourage folk not to be shy about posting dramatic changes to
the wiki ;), I've restructured and extended the CHI 2008 wiki page to
evolve toward the actual proposal.

http://www.webscience.org/swuiwiki/index.php?title=SWUI_2008_at_CHI_2008

Most important fact: Deadline is in two week!

Tom, are you the head on this?  I suggest you (or whoever) set up
the core committee: two co-chairs from different institutes *and*
backgrounds, whatever remaining OC CHI workshops tend to have (see
precedents) and recruit some reviewers as well.  Having a list of
committed reviewers on a workshop proposal makes a difference.
I suggest and HCI co-chair and a "Web 3.0" (is Semantic Web, tho
perhaps we should avoid the term (?) ) co-chair.  A good start list
for reviewers to ask is from the previous SWUI workshops, but we should
add more HCI reviewers as well.

We at CWI maintain the http://swui.semanticweb.org/ sub-domain and
server.  We can make a web page at http://swui.semanticweb.org/SWUI2008/
(or pick a path).  The web page could be the static, fixed, "official"
information, and the wiki and workshop sub-wiki could be the social
dynamic complement, evolved to from the current wiki page you
started.  Having the proposal link to a web page that radiates completeness
and "ready to workshop"-iness helps the review process quite a bit.

Thanks for moving this along, Tom.

-Lloyd

T.Heath wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> Apologies for letting this thread go cold. Ahead of next weeks meeting
> (which I won't be able to make, sadly) and with the topic already noted
> on the list of potential agenda items it seems time to revive it.
> 
> I've added a page to the wiki for suggestions, outline proposals, and
> expressions of interest from potential organisers:
> <http://www.webscience.org/swuiwiki/index.php?title=SWUI_2008_at_CHI_200
> 8>
> (btw, can we turn on the pretty URLs option in mediawiki?)
> 
> Picking up on Avi's response about the title...
> 
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Abraham Bernstein [mailto:bernstein@ifi.uzh.ch] 
> 
>> I like this idea a lot! 
> 
> Great! 
> 
>> How about "Human Interaction with and within a Web of socially
> evolving Data?"
> 
> On the wiki I've suggested "Human Interaction with the Evolving Web of
> Data", which I hope captures the Semantic Web angle whilst remaining
> open to more Web2.0 topics aswell. My (more detailed) rationale for this
> was: 1) brevity, 2) web data is probably evolving in many dimensions of
> which social is just one, so lets not restrict ourselves, 3) this form
> of words allows multiple interpretations (data on the web is evolving,
> plus the "web of data" is evolving). How does this sound to people?
> 
>> ps. Let me know if you need any help organizing...
> 
> That would be great; please add your name to the "Interested Parties"
> list at
> <http://www.webscience.org/swuiwiki/index.php?title=SWUI_2008_at_CHI_200
> 8>
> 
> In terms of next actions I would suggest that this topic is discussed
> next week in Zurich. If enough people are interested and prepared to
> commit to organising/chairing then it sounds like a week of intense
> activity to meet the deadline.
> 
> What do people think?
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Tom.
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