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Re: Question on sub-module telcos

From: Jorge Gracia <jogracia@unizar.es>
Date: Thu, 14 Jan 2021 16:01:22 +0100
Message-ID: <CANzuSaPjuNPU0CbifKJ9A-BFjwCAS3gKZdSZfg0zre639HvYZw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Christian Chiarcos <christian.chiarcos@web.de>
Cc: "public-ontolex@w3.org" <public-ontolex@w3.org>
Dear Christian,

Thanks a lot for pointing this out. In fact, to avoid a proliferation of
parallel series of telcos, it is a good idea to organise some general
telcos, with specific agendas, to treat all these open threads with a
larger part of the community. Let me treat this with the other Ontolex
chairs so we can make a concrete proposal in that regard.


El jue, 14 ene 2021 a las 14:50, Christian Chiarcos (<
christian.chiarcos@web.de>) escribió:

> Dear all,
> as we now know that the LDK organizers are considering to postpone the
> conference, it is possible that the anticipated OntoLex face-to-face
> meeting would be postponed as well. In particular if we expect it to be a
> physical event, that also makes a lot of sense.
> However, I think it would be great if there could still have some
> conversation on current directions of OntoLex development. At the moment,
> we the only regular OntoLex telcos are on dedicated submodules (FrAC,
> and,
> hopefully, morphology, soon again), but there is no place to discuss
> overall directions. In the light of some more recent developments, that
> should not wait until September.
> In the context of the currently running series of FrAC telcos, it was
> suggested that
> - there should be a separate series of telcos on aspects of multimodality
> (one designated call so far, others upcomping),
> - there is need for discussing applications of OntoLex for terminology
> resources, and
> - certain aspects of VarTrans may require reconsideration or extension.
> Together with the morphology discussion revived soon, hopefully, this
> will
> basically means we expect to run five, if not more, parallel (!) series
> of
> regular OntoLex calls. As very few people are likely to participate in
> all
> of them, my feeling is that this needs some degree of orchestration, say,
> some kind of protocol, or, at least, general overall OntoLex calls to
> make
> sure all of this will still work together in the end.
> Best,
> Christian

Jorge Gracia, PhD
Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering /
Aragon Institute of Engineering Research (I3A)
University of Zaragoza
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