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Re: AGENDA: A'dam ftf (draft)

From: Deborah McGuinness <dlm@KSL.Stanford.EDU>
Date: Sun, 07 Apr 2002 22:23:58 -0700
Message-ID: <3CB1296E.85A0150C@ksl.stanford.edu>
To: Guus Schreiber <schreiber@swi.psy.uva.nl>
CC: WebOnt WG <www-webont-wg@w3.org>, Frank Roos <F.A.Roos@cwi.nl>, massimo@w3.org
This is the most detail i have found for the agenda - although this is
labeled as only a draft.

Without any other info, I will assume that the telecon is the time posted
in the draft agenda -
16:45 - 17:30 april 8 amsterdam time
- thus i think
7:45am - 8:30 am april 8 pacific daylight time.

I believe it will be the same time on April 9 (although the draft summary
has another posted time.)

could someone post the url of the summary notes that are to be up per the
last weekly telecon?
and could someone please post the phone number to call?

thanks,
Deborah

Guus Schreiber wrote on March 27:

> WEB ONTOLOGY WORKING GROUP
> FACE-TO-FACE MEETING
> April 8-9, 2002, Amsterdam
>
> VENUE: CWI , Kruislaan 413, Amsterdam, Room: Z009
>
> DRAFT AGENDA
>
> Information page: http://www.w3c.nl/WGs/webont.html
> (look at this page for directions, participants etc.)
>
> SUNDAY 7 APRIL (from 19.30 onwards, feel free to join at any time)
>
> Social gathering in Cafe Dantzig (facing the Amstel river, 50 meters
> left of the entrance to the Amsterdam Opera, usually called the
> "Stopera"). Address: Zwanenburgwal 15. We have no reserved areas,
> but there should be plenty of room.  Wear your WOWG t-shirt to make
> sure you're identified as a WG member.
>
> MONDAY 8 APRIL: 9.00 - 17.30
>
> Note: no breakfast is provided at the meeting location
> Please ensure that you have breakfast in your hotel
>
> 09.00-09.15     Welcome, agenda, local arrangements (chairs + local
> organizers)
>
> 09.15-09.45     LANG: OWL Language proposal (van Harmelen)
>
> 09.45-10.30     Discussion on core language features (chairs)
>
> 10.30-11.00     Coffee break
>
> 11.00-12.30     DAML+OIL comparison
>                 preliminary decision on core features
>                 initial language issue list
>
> 12.30-14.00     Lunch
>
> 14.00-15.30     Break-out sessions for focus areas
>
> 15.30-16.00     Coffee break
>
> 16.00-17.30     Decisions about on how to move forward with syntax
>                 - basic RDF/XML syntax
>                 - presentation syntax (when to use, translators?)
>                 During last 45 minutes: telecon facilities
>
> 20.00           Dinner
>
> TUESDAY 9 APRI 9.00 - 16.30L
>
> 09.00-10.30     SEM: Semantics/syntax/layering presentations discussion
>
> 10.30-11.00     Coffee break
>
> 11.00-12.30     TEST and GUIDE report out
>
> 12.30-14.00     Lunch
>
> 14.00-15.00     Review of issues list
>
> 15.00-15.30     Coffee break)
>
> 15;30 - close   Wrap-up, issues, schedule consequences, activity
>                 planning
>                 Telecon facilities during final 45 minutes.
>
> Note: no breakfast is provided at the meeting location
> Please ensure that you have breakfast in your hotel
>
> COSTS & SPONSORS
>
> Rooms and equipment are offered by CWI / W3C office.
> Lunches and coffe/tea are offered by the Free University of Amsterdam
> Dinner is offered by the University of Amsterdam
> The drinks at the social gathering have to be payed by the
> participants themselves.
>
> --
> A. Th. Schreiber, SWI, University of Amsterdam, Roetersstraat 15
> NL-1018 WB Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Tel: +31 20 525 6793
> Fax: +31 20 525 6896; E-mail: schreiber@swi.psy.uva.nl
> WWW: http://www.swi.psy.uva.nl/usr/Schreiber/home.html

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