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[WN] Review of Feb draft

From: Benjamin Nguyen <Benjamin.Nguyen@inria.fr>
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 14:12:13 +0100 (CET)
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Hello all,

with respect to my action [1] I hereby provide a second review of the WN 
draft refereced at the URI [2]. My previous review can be found at [3].

Best regards,

Benjamin


[1] http://www.w3.org/2006/03/06-swbp-minutes.html#action07
[2] http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/BestPractices/WNET/wn-conversion.html
[3] http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-swbp-wg/2005Dec/0077.html


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Review of document :
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http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/BestPractices/WNET/wn-conversion.html

Editor's draft, dated 2 Feb 2006

Reviewer : Benjamin Nguyen (INRIA) 
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Previous Review :
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http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-swbp-wg/2005Dec/0077.html

General Comments :
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On the whole, this document has clearly progressed since last review, and 
I feel it is closer to completion. It is however not ready to be published 
'as is', since there are still many TO DO's and unresolved issues. 

I encourage the editors to finalize all the lose ends so that reviews may 
also be final.

Previous Review Issues:
======================

2- The abstract has been rewritten, shortened, and is acceptable.
3- Adressed, butthe conversion process still has some 'to do's'.
4- Section 4, now appendix F,has seen the language paragraph lengthened, 
but has not adresse my comments on why the choices made my the editors are 
better that previous ones, the comments are purely descriptive, and I find 
that is not enough (for instance Chile university paragraph).
5- Section 5 has been moved to the appendix, which is a good choice.
6- I still cast reserves on the fact that the document is NOT in 
publishable state, due to loose ends.

Comments on this version :
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Structural Comments:
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The structure of the document has changed, I disagree thoroughly  with the 
structure that has been chosen.

7- Appendix D is the 'heart' of the document, it should be in the core of 
the document, not the appendix !

8- Restructure with less sections and more subsections. A proposition 
would be : 1- Introduction 2- Using WN with RDF/OWL (actual sections 3/4/2 
_in this order_) 3- Conversion methodology & details (appendix A, appendix 
D) 4- Open issues regarding conversion (rewrite appendix H); Section 5 and 
7 can be put in appendix, section 6 must be put in appendix. 
Rest of appendices can remain there.

Technical comments :
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9- There are problems in the URIs given, most examples have spaces 
between some - symbols, and some do not.
10- As of today, the URIs starting with http://wordnet.princeton.edu/wn20/ 
are 404. Are these examples correct, and am I simply unlucky ?
11- Appendix D : all properties are not defined. For instance, 
wn:meronymOf 
12- It seems in WN that all symmetric relations appear twice.
13- I assume the URL in appendix G : http://wordnet.princeton.ude/wn/bank/ 
should read http://wordnet.princeton.ude/wn/word-bank/

Typos :
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I did not check for typos in the document, since it will still evolve.

Further Reviewing :
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Should all the to do's get adressed, and the document be set in a 
publishable 'camera ready' version, I would accept to do another review.



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