Re: Agenda for tomorrow - and introduction

Hi all,

I do plan to make it - but will introduce myself first as I didnt make the
initial call.

Rob Atkinson - nominated to this WG on behalf of the Open Geospatial
Consortium, where I will be working on definitions management and
supporting Linked Data infrastructures - in the context of multiple
projects, the standards process and OGC's own published resources.

I have also been working on (and hope to have ongoing projects to extend)
characterisation of data and services in hybrid Linked Data and Service
Oriented Architectures - and one of the building blocks has been looking at
RDF-Datacube and extensions for spatio-temporal aspects:

Previously, I have worked using the Linked Data API and VoiD to describe
multiple content profiles/views available in Linked Data contexts, with
particular reference to the inherent polymorphism of spatial data (recorded
coastline geometries are abstractions that vary greatly in accuracy and
detail as a very simple example).

So, mainly interested in:
1) how DCAT copes with relationships between data and subsets, and data
sets and accessor services, and the relationships between accessor services
and data subsets (service that slices on dimensions = collection of virtual
data subsets).
2) negotiation and discovery of content profiles

Rob Atkinson
OGC, Metalinkage

On Thu, 25 May 2017 at 06:49 Caroline Burle <> wrote:

> Hi Jacco!
> I am sorry you can't participate tomorrow. Hope you can join in next week!
> Cheers,
> Carolin
> On 24/05/17 17:29, Jacco van Ossenbruggen wrote:
> Dear I can't make it either,
> Sorry, Jacco
> On 24 May 2017 19:06, Luiz Olavo Bonino <>
> <> wrote:
> Dear all,
> As many others in Europe, I’m also not going to be able to attend
> tomorrow’s call. And following the initiative from Antoine, I’d like to
> introduce myself.
> I work for the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences coordinating the
> technical developments around FAIR Data (
> I am also part of the
> initial group to define metrics for FAIR data and services in the context
> of the GO FAIR initiative. My background is in conceptual modelling,
> ontology engineering and formal ontologies. Part of our work has been to
> define a multi-layered metadata approach from data repositories to data
> records, passing through catalogs, datasets and distributions. In this
> approach we use some existing standards such as RE3Data, DCAT and RML. Due
> to this, I’m very interested in contributing to this group and improving
> DCAT/ My main interests are: dataset release/version, DCAT profiles and
> comprehensive guidelines for DCAT extensions such as quality, provenance,
> relation between datasets and projects, publications, funds, etc.
> Looking forward for the emails about the call tomorrow and meeting you in
> July.
> Best regards,
> *Luiz Olavo Bonino*
> Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences
> *V*isiting address: Catharijnesingel 54 | 3511 GC Utrecht
> *Postal address: *Postbus 19245 | 3501 DE Utrecht
> E-mail:
> Mobile: +31 6 24 61 9131
> Skype: luizolavobonino
> Website:
> On 24 May 2017, at 18:21, Antoine Isaac <> wrote:
> Hi,
> As many Europeans I can't make it tomorrow, so I'll make my intro here
> before it's too late...
> I work as R&D manager at, which has a case for application
> profiles and extension of its core data model (EDM).
> I was involved in some previous W3C work, notably SKOS, and the Best
> Practices for Data on the Web, where I co-edited the Data Quality
> Vocabulary with Riccardo.
> I've also worked on application profiles in the DCMI context, with Karen.
> Finally I'm involved with the International Image Interoperability
> Framework, which has a case for negotiating metadata application profiles.
> Re. deliverables, as said I can contribute a couple of cases. I'm also
> interested in DCAT especially if it has a component on data quality (so,
> continuing the DQC work with Riccardo). Finally in documenting, publishing
> application profiles (and data that follows these profiles) - but I'm not
> sure how much effort I could put into working on these, right now.
> Best,
> Antoine
> On 24/05/17 15:52, Caroline Burle wrote:
> Hi all,
> The agenda for tomorrow's call is now posted:
> Thank you for filling in the Doode pool [1]. From that we got that the
> majority will be able to participate of the Weekly's meetings on Monday's
> at 14:00 UTC [1].
> We understand it is important to have a meeting tomorrow - May 25th - to
> discuss that and the other items on the agenda.
> Speak tomorrow!  Hope you're all having a good week.
> Kind regards,
> Caroline
> [1]
> [2]

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