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Re: [w3photo] considering email list for changing nature of digital photos

From: Greg Elin <greg@fotonotes.net>
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2004 10:34:05 -0400
Message-Id: <A833922D-F123-11D8-AA19-000393B64216@fotonotes.net>
Cc: semantic-photolist@unitboy.com
To: Benjamin Nowack <bnowack@appmosphere.com>

Thanks, Benji,

Anyone else, please?

Greg


On Aug 17, 2004, at 1:02 PM, Benjamin Nowack wrote:

>
> Hi Greg,
>
> nice idea. Hoping that we'll continue working on the w3photo project,
> I'd suggest starting a separate list for non-w3photo stuff. however,
> it's your list, so this is just my humble opinion ;)
> maybe there'll be a w3c-hosted list (I think there was some
> discussion on that earlier this year) for the w3photo project or
> general (image) annotation, but I definitely liked having a focused
> list..
>
> cheers,
> benji
>
> --
> Benjamin Nowack
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>
> On 16.08.2004 23:51:39, Greg Elin wrote:
>> I'm considering starting an additional email list to discuss the
>> changing nature of digital photos. I am interested in this far-flung
>> and wise lists thoughts on the matter.
>>
>> This list has been focused on the w3photo project specifically, and
>> then more broadly, on applying the semantic web to photos (and photos
>> to the semantic web).
>>
>> So while I think there are many on this list also interested in that
>> topic, I think there are also persons out there interested in
>> discussing both technical and non-technical issues on digital images
>> that are not interested in the semantic web. For example, I don't a
>> therapist using photos in therapy would fit in this well, especially 
>> if
>> a lot of the discussion is on w3photo.
>>
>> What are people's thoughts on starting one or more related lists? 
>> Maybe
>> another one technical and one less technical? Or does it make sense to
>> just expand the topics this group discusses, invite others and see 
>> what
>> happens? Or do some other lists out there already exist?
>>
>> My own feeling is two or three overlapping, but differently focused,
>> email lists would be a good thing for developing the community
>> interested in the possibilities of digital photos.
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> Greg Elin
>> greg@fotonotes.net
>> 917-304-3488
>> 865-342-9048 fax
>>
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