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Re: Chair's request

From: Jonathan Borden <jonathan@openhealth.org>
Date: Fri, 3 May 2002 12:31:13 -0400
Message-ID: <056c01c1f2bf$f12391c0$0a2e249b@nemc.org>
To: "Guus Schreiber" <schreiber@swi.psy.uva.nl>, "Jim Hendler" <hendler@cs.umd.edu>
Cc: <www-webont-wg@w3.org>
Jim,

That is sort of what I was hoping to do as a process of producing a summary,
but this is not something that will happen immediately, as I am still
sorting out all these issues for myself. Yesterday was very helpful, for
example it was the first time I realized that Jeremy had 2 different
proposals vs. two versions of the same proposal. So I share your pain.

Jonathan

> DTTF-
>   I, like a number of other members of the WG, have basically lost
> track of what is going on where, and this is made really hard by the
> multithreads of the discussion.  Just as an example, Pat has sent at
> least three different "how to do" DT proposals to the list, but
> people are still refering to "Pat's proposal" in various messages, as
> if it is a single thing.
>   JEremy's summary was a great help, but it mostly dealt with this
> technically.  I need a "process" oriented summary - would it be
> possible to create a document with the following:
>
>
> I Dark Triples-based approaches
>    A. Approaches that require RDF Core to change RDF Core
>    B. Approaches that are "OWL only"
> II Non-Dark triples-based approaches
>
> Where in each of these 3 categories (I.A, I.B, II) we have only a
> couple of sentence description and a pointer to a message with more
> info?
>
> If this could be a living document, kept up to date on line somewhere
> and growing or shrinking (as needed) in categories, it would be a
> huge help to the rexst of the WG, and probably be necessary if we are
> ever to reach any sort of end to the endless debate...
>
> Think of it as a "dark triples issues list"
>
>   Anyone willing to take this on?
>    thanks
>    JH
> p.s. Yes, I know all this info is out there, but it's in over 300
> email messages, which is a little much for me to ask non-WG members
> to look at.
>
>
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