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Re: Semantic Web Flyer

From: Benjamin Nowack <bnowack@appmosphere.com>
Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2007 18:36:14 +0200
To: Dunja Ewinger <de@webxcerpt.com>
Cc: W3C SWEO IG <public-sweo-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <PM-GA.20070709183614.17066.2.1D@mailout.appmosphere.com>


As usual, I can't access the non-public wiki, but I'll try to
at least answer the general questions. And while at it:
Big cheers to you for doing all the great flyer work.

>*1. **Type of flyer (technical, non-technical, a mixture)*
>a. It might be worth while to product two flyers, one for the technical 
+1

>b. Maybe the 1st page or 2 could be the 'executive summary', followed by 
0

>c. As you see with multiple languages sometimes -- have it printed on 2 
0

>*3. Page 2
>a. "hot story" - please see Lee's version (which is also the latest) 
+1

>b. a simple statement underneath the title question "What is the 
+1

>*4. Page 3*

>a. A Web of connected knowledge bases. 
>Contextualize the use of data by using ontologies.
-1
>Retrieval of information through a unified query interface,
+1
>... regardless how and where data is stored.
+1
>Reasoning with data 
-1
and offering different views over the data.
+1

>b. An extension of the current web
>...it is based on XML,
-1
>and standardizes how you can publish and access information.
+1
>Your existing data sources, web content management, intranet systems or 
>database systems, can be connected based on web technology and RDF.
+1
>This reduces integration costs and simplifies the IT landscape, like the 
>RSS success story has already shown.
+1

>*5. Page 4
>
>*Do you think it would be good to put in the Semantic Web layer cake 
>including the definitions?
-1 in a non-tec flyer, +1 for some high-level image in a tec flyer (not
necessarily the "official" layer cake)

hth,
Benji

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Benjamin Nowack
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