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Re: Annotation working group

From: Bryan Thompson <bryan@cog-tech.com>
Date: Mon, 15 May 2000 10:22:12 -0400
Message-ID: <39200814.27C942CF@cog-tech.com>
To: www-annotation@w3.org
> Is there any existing mechanism for subscribing to this mailing list?  As Jon
> noted, the web page appears somewhat dated.  The link to the W3C annotation
> group is broken and I can not find the information for managing subscriptions to
> the collaboration and annotation mailing lists.

-bryan thompson


> Re: Annotation working group
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> From: Jon Garfunkel (jgarfunk@genuity.com)
> Date: Fri, May 12 2000
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> Date: Fri, 12 May 2000 13:52:43 -0400
> To: www-annotation@w3.org
> From: Jon Garfunkel <jgarfunk@genuity.com>
> Subject: Re: Annotation working group
>
> At 07:18 PM 5/7/2000 -0400, Marja-Riitta Koivunen wrote:
> >We have a LEAD project in W3C, where we are developing an annotation system
> >based on a general metadata infrastructure. It has an annotation server
> >that stores annotations as RDF and we use Amaya as a user interface for the
> >annotations. The tool will be demonstrated at the developers day at www9 in
> >Amsterdam.
>
> Dang! regrettably I did not beg my boss to send me to Amsterdam. This is
> because I really stopped working on w3/standards projects this year, as I
> didn't see much aggregate interest in this group (also, I have less time to
> play around with web development at my job. Note: same company, new
> name/domain. jgarfunk@bbn.com will still get to me.)
>
> But now I'll try to catch up again.
>
> Marja- Is there a web page detailing the new work in Annotations? Last I
> checked, http://www.w3.org/Collaboration/ still has Karen MacArthur's name
> on it; it was updated on 1999/11/30-- what was updated?
>
> Also, where is the discussion list which will track this W3 project. This
> one? Or another?
>
> Perhaps w3 might also move towards some of the advanced discussion group
> systems on the market. Many are much more flexible than plain ol' email lists.
>
> Jon
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