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Re: Reminder: Feedback for the flyer

From: Lee Feigenbaum <lee@thefigtrees.net>
Date: Mon, 09 Jul 2007 12:07:00 -0400
Message-ID: <46925D24.8060903@thefigtrees.net>
To: public-sweo-ig@w3.org

Dunja Ewinger wrote:

> *1. **Type of flyer (technical, non-technical, a mixture)*
> What do we want? Jeffrey has been so kind to list the options. Please 
> vote with -1 (negative), 0 (neutral), or +1 (positive).
> a. It might be worth while to product two flyers, one for the technical 
> side, one for the non-technical side. Each of the two flyers should be 
> visually similar to the other. They could have similar layout, but from 
> a distance be different, say, by background color. Only upon reading 
> them would you see that one would have the specialist content, the other 
> would address the average person.

+1 to two flyers, similarly branded but with different content.

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


> c. As you see with multiple languages sometimes -- have it printed on 2 
> sides. One side is the overview, the other (which is sometimes printed 
> upside down to distinguish it) be the technical info.


> *2. Title page*
> Which draft do you prefer?
> http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/sweo/group/wiki/first_drafts
> Please note: The grid will be removed or modified and the slogan "Data 
> unleashed" will be included by the designer.

I prefer the first. Not thrilled with the "up arrow" key.

> *3. Page 2
> *We have 2 options for the second page: either a "hot story" or a 
> general statement. Please vote with -1 (negative), 0 (neutral), or +1 
> (positive).
> .
> a. "hot story" - please see Lee's version (which is also the latest) 
> here: 
> http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/sweo/group/wiki/Semantic_Web_Flyer/Hotstories


> The idea here is to "catch" people by giving them a good story that 
> shows that the Semantic Web can solve problems and makes life easier. 
> The story needed to be on a general (every-day-life) level to address 
> everyone.
> b. a simple statement underneath the title question "What is the 
> Semantic Web" similar to the definitions on the W3C activity page 
> (http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/) <http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/:>


> *4. Page 3*
> Title: Web of data.
> Currently we have 3 diagrams on Data Integration. All of them would need 
> to be improved by the designer:
> http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/sweo/group/wiki/Semantic_Web_Flyer/images_dataintegration 
> Which one is the most suitable, so to say the one that expresses most 
> the "Web of Data"- aspect? Please vote with -1 (negative), 0 (neutral), 
> or +1 (positive).

Paula: -1
Ivan: 0
Leo: 0 (I like the idea in Leo's the best, I'd love to see the images
cleaned up and the text changed somewhat)

> We have 2 kinds of additional information to the image. Which one do you 
> like more? Please vote with -1 (negative), 0 (neutral), or +1 (positive)
> a. A Web of connected knowledge bases.
> Contextualize the use of data by using ontologies.
> Retrieval of information through a unified query interface,
> ... regardless how and where data is stored.
> Reasoning with data and offering different views over the data.


> b. An extension of the current web
> …it is based on XML,
> and standardizes how you can publish and access information.
> Your existing data sources, web content management, intranet systems or 
> database systems, can be connected based on web technology and RDF.
> This reduces integration costs and simplifies the IT landscape, like the 
> RSS success story has already shown.
> Additionally to the image we have the testimonials and other application 
> fields.


> *5. Page 4
> *Do you think it would be good to put in the Semantic Web layer cake 
> including the definitions?
> Please vote with -1 (negative), 0 (neutral), or +1 (positive).

-1 (played out, not helpful in most contexts)

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