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Re: [VM] Roles for VM Task Force members - deadline looming!

From: Thomas Baker <thomas.baker@bi.fhg.de>
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 17:59:28 +0100
To: Thomas Baker <thomas.baker@izb.fraunhofer.de>
Cc: SW Best Practices <public-swbp-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <20041129165928.GA1672@Octavius>

The deadline for typing in text to the draft on the Wiki
[1] is next Monday, December 6, and most of the major text
contributions have yet to be made.  

I wouldn't mind if the deadline slips a few days until a week
from Friday (10 December), but I have been holding some time
free in the week following (week of 13 December) for turning
the Wiki draft into something more readable before the start
of holidays.

If we hold to these deadlines, we will have something to work
on as a group in January.

I will be writing to everyone individually.  James has
confirmed that he can work on the Introduction and will do
this when the other parts are in place.  I have attached the
note of 27 October (below) as a reminder.

Thanks,
Tom

[1] http://esw.w3.org/topic/VocabManagementNote

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On Wed, Oct 27, 2004 at 03:55:55PM +0200, Thomas Baker wrote:
> As explained in my earlier posting, the latest draft includes
> alot of TASKS for specific members of the Task Force based on
> my "best guess" as to what text contributions are needed in
> specific sections.  These TASKS reflect the following rough
> division of labor:
> 
>     Tom       - coordinator and editor; Dublin Core
>     Libby     - FOAF, W3C specs and findings
>     Dan       - FOAF, W3C specs and findings
>     Alistair  - SKOS, thesauri, TAG on versioning
>     Bernard   - OASIS Public Subjects
>     Ralph     - W3C specs and findings
>     James     - Use of vocabularies in Semantic Web
>     Aldo      - Princeton Wordnet
>     Alan      - Maybe an example ontology?
>     Natasha   - Maybe an example ontology?
> 
> I list below how these specializations translate into
> specific tasks.  I would appreciate if you could provide
> me with feedback on these tasks over the coming week --
> if only to confirm that the default tasks seem reasonable.
> 
> Of course, my intention with proposing specific tasks is
> to help us focus -- not to set limits on participation!
> If you would like to adjust the scope of your involvement,
> please let me know so I can adjust your TASKS before the
> draft goes up on the Wiki.
> 
> Thank you,
> Tom
> 
> -----
> 
> Alan
> - An example of a large-scale ontology?
> - "What constitutes a change?"
> 
> Aldo
> - One paragraph about wordnet issues
> - Sentence or two on Wordnet term URIrefs
> - Describe maintenance policies for Wordnet
> - Short paragraph on versioning in Wordnet
> - One sentence pointing to Wordnet Web documents
> - Two sentences on Wordnet schemas.
> - Short paragraph on Wordnet dereferencing policy
> - Short paragraph on what Wordnet schemas assert.
> - Annotate Glossary with Wordnet terminology where appropriate
> 
> Alistair
> - One paragraph about SKOS
> - Sentence or two on SKOS term URIrefs
> - Describe maintenance policies for SKOS
> - TAG Versioning on "semantic stability"
> - Short paragraph on versioning in SKOS
> - What TAG says about versioning
> - One sentence pointing to SKOS Web documents
> - Two sentences on SKOS schemas.
> - Short paragraph on SKOS dereferencing policy
> - Short paragraph on what SKOS schemas assert.
> - Discuss alternative ways to model a thesaurus
> - Annotate Glossary with SKOS terminology where appropriate
> 
> Bernard
> - Bullet point on OASIS Published Subjects
> - What PSI says about identifying terms
> - What PSI says about maintenance policies
> - Short paragraph on versioning in PSI
> - One sentence pointing to PSI Web documents
> - Two sentences on PSI schemas.
> - Paragraph on PSI dereferencing policy
> - Short paragraph on what PSI schemas assert.
> - Reuse of existing terms in a local context
> - Annotate Glossary with PSI terminology where appropriate
> 
> DanBri and/or Libby
> - One paragraph on FOAF
> - Bullet point on W3C good-practice documents
> - Describe W3C usage of the word "namespace"
> - Define "URI Reference", elaborating in the Glossary
> - Sentence or two on FOAF term URIrefs
> - What W3C says about identifying terms
> - Describe maintenance policies for FOAF
> - What W3C says about maintenance policies
> - Short paragraph on versioning in FOAF
> - One sentence pointing to FOAF Web documents
> - One sentence pointing to W3C Web documents
> - Two sentences on FOAF schemas.
> - Two sentences on W3C schemas.
> - Short paragraph on FOAF dereferencing policy
> - Short paragraph on what FOAF schemas assert.
> - Short paragraph on what W3C schemas assert.
> - Describe the "vocabulary market"
> - Formation of URI strings ("hash or slash" etc)
> - Define URI Reference
> - Annotate Glossary with FOAF terminology where appropriate
> 
> James
> - One page on "vocabularies in Semantic Web"
> 
> Jeremy (if willing)
> - Summarize discussion of "social meaning"
> 
> Natasha
> - An example of a large-scale ontology?
> 
> Ralph
> - Longer paragraph on versioning in W3C
> - Paragraph or two on W3C dereferencing policy
> - Annotate Glossary with W3C terminology where appropriate
> 
> Tom
> - One paragraph about Dublin Core
> - Sentence or two on DCMI term URIrefs
> - A sentence on the "CORES Resolution"
> - Describe maintenance policies for DCMI
> - Short paragraph on versioning in DCMI
> - One sentence pointing to DCMI Web documents
> - Two sentences on DCMI schemas.
> - Short paragraph on DCMI dereferencing policy
> - Short paragraph on what DCMI schemas assert.
> - DCMI on "terms usable as RDF properties"
> - Describe the DCMI notion of "application profile"
> - DCMI endorsing assertions about MARC Relator terms
> - DCMI guidelines on coining URI references
> - DCMI perspective on "namespace hosting"
> - Annotate Glossary with DCMI terminology where appropriate
> 
> Everyone
> - Using terms outside of their original contexts
> - Describe other notions of "application profile"
> - Comment on the role of the "vocabulary owner"
> - When and how to declare new or reuse existing terms
> 
> -- 
> Dr. Thomas Baker                        Thomas.Baker@izb.fraunhofer.de
> Institutszentrum Schloss Birlinghoven         mobile +49-160-9664-2129
> Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft                          work +49-30-8109-9027
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> Personal email: thbaker79@alumni.amherst.edu

-- 
Dr. Thomas Baker                        Thomas.Baker@izb.fraunhofer.de
Institutszentrum Schloss Birlinghoven         mobile +49-160-9664-2129
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft                          work +49-30-8109-9027
53754 Sankt Augustin, Germany                    fax +49-2241-144-2352
Personal email: thbaker79@alumni.amherst.edu
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