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Fwd: SIG at CHI Florence/collective submission and beyond

From: <paola.dimaio@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2007 15:53:27 +0700
Message-ID: <c09b00eb0711220053u6ef807f7v3f3d68db6ef04af8@mail.gmail.com>
To: paola.dimaio@gmail.com, public-semweb-ui@w3.org

Greets all

I am circulating this email to all who expressed an interest in a
possible IG either remotely on the W3C list or in person in Busan. It
was great to meet you all.

Following Tom Heath's suggestion, I have started a draft for
submission of SIG at CHI Florence, it can take up to 10 authors and 4
pages. I have then realised there is an open call for papers here
http://swui.webscience.org/SWUI2008CHI/

Emmanuelle, shall we work on a paper, or is the idea of a SIG still
worth pursuing?


In order to start an incubator at W3C it is necessary to have three
sponsor members (I dont belong to any organisation officially,
although I work informally with a few members).

 Some of you suggested an IG is formed, I would encourage the pusual
of this idea.
 Let me now if you need my input anywhere along the line.

Either way, I am would like to see an 'open'  workgroup, as suggested
on the main W3C list,  to collectively work on furthering this area of
research, which appears in need to be studied further and in depth, as
it briefly surfaced at our lunchtime meeting in Busan

I have a few deliverables in mind and I am starting some jobs in this
direction in the forthcoming weeks with different people. Please share
your ideas for collaboration beyond the IG proposal

I am happy to use the existing wiki and mailing list for this and
other possible developments,

swuiwiki.webscience.org
and
http://swui.semanticweb.org/

http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-semweb-ui/


 provided there is a clear and explicit and consensual IP policy
(still waiting for a reply on that one , Avi and Max!). Not sure what
is the situation there but I need to preserve copyright  of my work
for research and other purposes (although I happy to collaborate and
share, I  retain commercial rights over my contributions), In other
projects I share copyright with contributors  based on effort, either
equal or proportional terms, depending on agreement.

Should the IP issue not be addressed satisfactorily by the existing
resources, and alternatively, or in addition to them, we can start
additional resources/collaborative workspaces to develop joint
projects/programmes

Look forward to your ideas an input on how to proceed next
Please let us all know what you think and plans for cooperation

Best

Paola Di Maio
Received on Thursday, 22 November 2007 08:53:36 GMT

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