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ADMIN: agenda for August 1 telecon

From: Jim Hendler <hendler@cs.umd.edu>
Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2002 17:53:20 -0400
Message-Id: <p05111750b96cba896849@[10.0.1.4]>
To: webont <www-webont-wg@w3.org>
This weeks telecon will focus on testing and implementation issues. 
Jeremy - please identify which archive messages you'd like people to 
focus on (i.e. most uptodate version of your proposal for tests, plus 
emendations thereto)
  -JH




WEB ONTOLOGY WORKING GROUP
AGENDA/LOGISTICS
Aug 1, 2002

1200 US East Coast
0900 US West Coast
1700 London

Duration: 60-90 minutes

PHONE INFORMATION

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CHAT INFO
Simultaneous IRC Chat
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#webont

Chair: Jim Hendler
Scribe: Mike Smith

Minutes of previous meeting: http://www.w3.org/2002/07/25-webont-irc

1 - Admin:

1.1 Face to Face updates
  Face to Face 5 vote announcement (URI to be provided soon)
  Face to Face 4 update

1.2 Documents update (if any)

  1.3 ACTION ITEM REVIEW

ACTION: Pat will attempt to take abstract syntax, and Peter's MT and
the mapping into RDF and will write a model theory in the Connolly
style (i.e. as an extension to RDF MT) and see if he can identify
the exact issues. Target deadline: three weeks (July 25). - change of
due date to Aug 1.
STATUS: CONTINUED

This will also include one example.
Evan Wallace and Larry Eshelman: contribute examples
STATUS: CONTINUED

ACTION: Evan will writeup a description of a recent OMG meeting that
concerned UML and OWL, and the process he is running at OMG, and
will post that to the WG.
STATUS: CONTINUED

ACTION (Raphael): will make a large ontology available to test
readers.
STATUS: CONTINUED.

ACTION: Hendler produce test for issue 4.2
STATUS: CONTINUED

ACTION: ChrisW to propose resolution of 3.4 and 4.1
STATUS: CONTINUED

ACTION: Dan C. to work with Pat H to reconcile the issues of missing
discussion of model theory in the log
STATUS: CONTINUED

ACTION: Jim H will set up a straw poll based on the offers - this
will include choices of Dec/Jan and place
STATUS: CONTINUED

ACTION: DanC to review Deb's final edits of feature document.
STATUS: CONTINUED

ACTION: Mike will summarize changes in email to the list. (by next week)

STATUS: CONTINUED

ACTION: Dan Connolly will set up F2F registering.

ACTION: Jeremy will put up a web page by next telecon.

ACTION: Lynn and Dan to get on phone for details of straw poll.

ACTION: Dan will send mail to the WG when W3C publishes the documents.

ACTION: Jim will solicit reviews for appropriate working groups. By Aug.
15

ACTION: Mike Smith will close this out (issues 3.4/4.1)

ACTION: Jeremy to do TEST case (issue 3.4/4.1).

ACTION: Deb, Mike, Peter to reflect this change in their documents,
prior to release (Issue 3.4/4.1).

ACTION: Peter will send out longer note (re issue 4.6) and people to reply.
Peter: by next week.


2) TEST issues (Jeremy)

2.1  Setting up a test manifold

2.2  Kinds of tests

2.3 actions on people to submit info on systems/tests

3) AOB

NO MEETING August 8th
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