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Re: Points on potential cooperation between STI2 and W3C/SWEO2

From: Dan Brickley <danbri@danbri.org>
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 21:07:38 +0000
Message-ID: <479F959A.5060609@danbri.org>
To: Jacek Kopecky <jacek.kopecky@deri.at>
Cc: Susie M Stephens <STEPHENS_SUSIE_M@LILLY.COM>, public-sweo-ig@w3.org

Jacek Kopecky wrote:
> Hi all, I've added some points to the NextSteps wiki page, repeated
> below for convenience of discussion, should any happen before the
> telcon. 8-)
> (Where I write SWEO2, I basically mean the W3C, whatever group(s) it
> decides to establish around SemWeb education & outreach.) 
>       * We agree with other commenters that the SWEO2 should "speak for
>         the W3C". 
>       * SWEO2 could review STI2's Semantic Web Master curriculum and
>         materials, and maybe even consider giving them some publicity. 
>       * STI2 should submit its training materials on the core aspects of
>         the SemWeb to SWEO2, which may review and perhaps also adopt
>         them. 
>       * W3C and SWEO2 experts should be included in STI2 Expert DB. 
>       * SWEO2 and STI2 could co-organize training events and summer
>         schools. Whenever appropriate, STI2 would let SWEO2 know about
>         its event planned events and SWEO2 could join in. Due to STI2
>         being represented in SWEO2, the other direction is covered. 
>       * SWEO2 should consider participation in STI2-organized
>         conferences such as ESWC, ASWC, ESTC etc., even to the extent of
>         a W3C track, for instance. 
>       * SWEO2 could hold some of its meetings in conjunction with STI2
>         conferences. 
>       * SWEO2 could help form the STI2 certification programs, and then
>         the W3C could consider officially embracing ("blessing") such
>         programs.

This is interesting. Whether through SWEO, SWIG or just thru my own 
interfering nature, I'd be interested to help review any train materials 
etc you folks have on SemWeb. Not the nerdly details of OWL DL, but 
bigger picture / context stuff.


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