RDFa in Government -- Re: [minutes] eGov IG Call, 24 June 2009

> ...
>   George: issues with RDFA and HTML5 causing concern
>   <Zakim> josema, you wanted to _try_ talk about my OGD TF discussions
>   John:I want to talk to the "html5 guys"
>   Jose: Working w/W3C communities
>   ... we can have mixed membership - collaborate with other groups to
>   create "design patterns for Open Government Data"
>   ... each individual task force can have its own mailing list, to
>   make communication easier
>   ... agrees w/John about html5 issues
>   ... govt already has many use cases around RDFa to illustrate the
>   value
>   Kevin: html5 issue being talked about, perhaps we can raise these
>   issues in a larger arena
>   <josema> I already communicated this to Mike Smith (HTML WG Team
>   contact), will contact him again
>   Daniel: We want to standardize...but lots of new exciting things
>   always happening
>   Daniel: our group can help everyone "get along"
>   <john> just checking charter2 wording, checking this type of issue
>   is in our scope
>   <josema> ACTION: josema to try get RDFa Gov use cases on TPAC agenda
>   [recorded in
>   [15]http://www.w3.org/2009/06/24-egov-minutes.html#action01]

Before trying to do this, I'm wondering if some of you are planning to  
attend TPAC (2-6 November, Santa Clara, CA, USA)

In any case and between now and then...

As I said, I told Mike Smith briefly about RDFa use in government a  
while ago. I'm copying him here to make him aware of our discussion  

Mike, John and George raised some concern on the call today (which I  
share) and want to make sure the HTML5 community understands the  
increasingly stronger use case for RDFa in government. What would you  
recommend as a next step?

-- Jose

Jose M. Alonso <josema@w3.org>    W3C/CTIC
eGovernment Lead                  http://www.w3.org/2007/eGov/

Received on Wednesday, 24 June 2009 22:08:48 UTC