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Re: Semantic Interop article series

From: Mccool, Michael <michael.mccool@intel.com>
Date: Sun, 1 Oct 2017 17:07:27 +0000
To: Dave Raggett <dsr@w3.org>
CC: Michael Koster <michaeljohnkoster@gmail.com>, Public Web of Things IG <public-wot-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <A22F4FE5-DAD2-4D8E-9D37-ACFC008CC0AC@intel.com>
Well, of course if I agree to contribute to this series, it would be to represen what we are doing clearly.  Anyhow, read the articles, they are reasonably well aligned with what we (and iot.schema.org<http://iot.schema.org>) are doing, at least in general outlook.

On Oct 1, 2017, at 8:54 PM, Dave Raggett <dsr@w3.org<mailto:dsr@w3.org>> wrote:

I am happy to help out with the positioning in respect to W3Cís work on semantic technology standards, and the vision for the web of things as a distributed declarative model of things and their relationships, as a basis for enabling open markets of services independent of the underlying protocols and standards.  W3C is working on standards for sharing data sets, e.g. the Data Exchange WG, which complements the object oriented focus in the web of things on exposing things with properties, actions and events. We should note the challenges in the face evolving models in uncoupled and weakly coupled communities, and the consequences of different use cases in terms of the complexity of models and their fit for particular purposes. Just because one community has a standard for X doesnít make it a good fit for your needs for X! A further challenge is the need for descriptive rather than prescriptive models if we are to be effective in dealing with commercial differentiation across models and across competitors.

On 1 Oct 2017, at 07:00, Mccool, Michael <michael.mccool@intel.com<mailto:michael.mccool@intel.com>> wrote:

Anyhow, he just asked me to be a co-contributor to part 6 of his article series.   Iím willing to do so (that part will be on managing and distributing metadataÖ) and will try to inject a paragraph or two pointing to the WoT work.
Michael McCool

From: Mccool, Michael [mailto:michael.mccool@intel.com]
Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2017 20:31
To: Michael Koster <michaeljohnkoster@gmail.com<mailto:michaeljohnkoster@gmail.com>>
Cc: Public Web of Things IG <public-wot-ig@w3.org<mailto:public-wot-ig@w3.org>>
Subject: Re: Semantic Interop article series

Does seem to be a lot of overlap with iot.schema.org<http://iot.schema.org/>.  Anyhow, he pinged me on LinkedIn.   He does not mention WoT in his articles, though (unless I overlooked it) but he still has one more article to go... I'd like to at least get him to work in a mention ;)

On Sep 30, 2017, at 1:43 PM, Michael Koster <michaeljohnkoster@gmail.com<mailto:michaeljohnkoster@gmail.com>> wrote:
Oh yeah, I was approached by Doug Migliori last June to contribute to this series and had some email exchange but somehow dropped the ball.

I also work with a number of the other authors already but no one has mentioned it.

I have contacted him and asked if we can talk about W3C WoT and iotschema.org<http://iotschema.org/> in the next installment.

They seem to be headed off toward a common API and data format (meta-platform) approach...

Best regards,


On Sep 29, 2017, at 5:02 AM, Mccool, Michael <michael.mccool@intel.com<mailto:michael.mccool@intel.com>> wrote:

Of likely interest to the group.   Semantic interop for IoT, including a nice review of several groups' work in the area.   Six-part series, only five parts published so far as far as I can tell.

Dave Raggett <dsr@w3.org<mailto:dsr@w3.org>> http://www.w3.org/People/Raggett
W3C champion for the Web of things & W3C Data Activity Lead
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