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Re: Business Presentation

From: Ivan Herman <ivan@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 09:18:40 +0100
Message-ID: <47999B60.8070201@w3.org>
To: jeff.pollock@oracle.com
CC: public-sweo-ig@w3.org
That was quick:-)



Jeff Pollock wrote:
> - I have no idea what you mean by "C-level Mandates". It may be a common 
> business term, but I do not know what it is...
> [JTP]  "C = Chief"  ...but I've changed the text to read "Executive Level Mandates"
> - In the partnering choice section: what about HP? They are certainly an 
> important player for W3C...
> [JTP] already done!
> Actually: beyond the reference [3] why don't we add a reference to the 
> wiki page that the community keeps up (and would be nice to keep it up 
> even more!):
> [JTP] Done!
> http://esw.w3.org/topic/SemanticWebTools
> - Under the OASIS example, (a the end of the 'Technical Superiority' 
> section) do you think it is worth mentioning ODF, too? 
> [JTP] Done!
> They seem to 
> adopt some (very simple, I must admit) RDF statements as part of their 
> ODF Metatata infrastructure (yes, I know, the ODF issue is controversial...)
> - Under the same set of examples, I wonder whether we should not put in 
> something about large applications areas that are already looking at 
> this technology very seriously, although it is still under development. 
> I presume Susie can give us pointer for HCLS, there are some in Oil 
> exploration, financial sector via its XBRL work (although that is still 
> exploratory), the various public digital libraries and their core 
> organizations (like DC)... We could also put a pointer to the use cases 
> pages. What do you think?
> [JTP] Done!
> Thanks!
> Ivan


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