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W3C collaboration web site

From: Karen MacArthur <forum@northshore.shore.net>
Date: Fri, 09 Jul 1999 10:51:41 -0400
To: www-annotation@w3.org
Message-Id: <E112c0G-0005by-00@nautilus.shore.net>

I'd like to start collecting material for the W3C
collaboration/annotation web site.  If people send me pointers to
their research, perhaps with a short abstract, I'll start putting them
together and forward it to Dan LaLiberte at W3C.

We've had some good discussions on this list, and it would be great to
be able to point people to the web site for a broad survey of what
everyone's been working on.

Thank you for your contributions!

  Karen MacArthur

"Rolf H. Nelson" writes:
>I personally think letting people update the page is a good idea, but it is up
> to
>the current contact for w3c collaboration and annotation projects,
>Daniel LaLiberte.  He can be reached as <laliberte@w3.org>.
>>>>>> "Karen" == Karen MacArthur <forum@northshore.shore.net> writes:
>    >> On Wed, 16 Jun 1999, Jon Garfunkel wrote:
>    >>>  But we should really need to put the work in on updating the
>    >>> annotations web page. (http://www.w3.org/Collaboration/ --
>    >>> though there is much overlap, do these two areas still go
>    >>> together?)
>    >>
>    > Ka-Ping Yee writes:
>    >> Yes, http://www.w3.org/Collaboration/ is severely out of date;
>    >> unfortunately, i can't tell who maintains it nowadays, as the
>    >> original author, Karen MacArthur, no longer seems to have an
>    >> account at the W3C.
>    >> 
>    >> Does anyone know who we should talk to?
>    > This is Karen MacArthur, and yes, I haven't worked at W3C since
>    > 1996 and so no longer maintain that page.  I still follow the
>    > annotation list, however, and would be glad to contribute if W3C
>    > provides access or a new home is found.
>    > I can't find a current policy on collaboration and annotation on
>    > the W3C site.  Can someone from W3C enlighten us on current
>    > activity, and on whom we should contact?
>    > Cheers, Karen
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