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MultiMedia Annotation TF PRoposal

From: Uschold, Michael F <michael.f.uschold@boeing.com>
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 11:48:59 -0700
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It seems to me that the TF proposes to:
*  work from existing best practice for non-semantic annotation to
*  propose good ideas that may become best practice for using RDF/OWL to
do annotation of multi-media document?

Ostensibly the latter is out of scope because there is currently no best
practice for how to use OWL/RDF for annotation.
There is a lot of best practice for annotation of multi-media in

Thus, what argument can be given that this is in scope?
Are we willing to be flexible and allow the TF to go forward, despite
being in a gray area with respect to scoping?

I for one, would we willing to vote for the WG, despite the above.

Rules are meant to serve us, not hinder us.
If there is a lot of energy for this task, and it is going to produce
good results, then what are the benefits of limiting this?


Mike Uschold
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