|Duration||1 hour60 minute |
|Date/Time||September 12 2016 15:30 GMT|
|8:30 PDT/11:30 EDT|
|4:30pm BST/5:30pm CET|
IAOA Semantic Web Applied Ontology (SWAO) SIG
Meetings are normally on the first Monday of the month at these times.
- since the join.conference seemed to have been disabled or discontinued last time, we will use GoToMeeting today.
The main agenda item is next steps on the AO Special Edition.
- Issue of the Journal of Applied Ontology
- Status update
- Notification formal letters sent for submitted papers
- Revised Papers status and progress
- New papers: Hackathon etc. actions
- Editorial for Special Edition
- Other Things
- Moving or changing the SWAO Blog?
- Next Meeting
1 Issue of the Journal of Applied Ontology
Notification formal Letters now sent for submitted papers
Revised Papers status and progress
New papers: Hackathon etc. actions
Editorial for Special Edition
3 Other Things
Moving or changing the SWAO Blog?
5 Next Meeting
AndreaWesterinen: Reviewing status of the Special Issue ...
AndreaWesterinen: KenB has located email notices to review Westerinen and Tauber paper.
AndreaWesterinen: Westerinen to update the submitted paper based on KenB's recommendation ... Needs words that tie the article to the 2014 Summit and special issue.
AndreaWesterinen: Discussion of different types of models - related to potential paper from Bennett.
AndreaWesterinen: Bennett has found that similar looking models are different - difference may be attributes vs subclasses.
AndreaWesterinen: KenB discussed how children view the world. They think of things related to behavior versus sets.
AndreaWesterinen: Requested that KenB take a look at his paper with Bipin to see if it is relevant to the special issue.
AndreaWesterinen: Issue may not be terminology but context and assumptions.
AndreaWesterinen: Context is related to situation.
AndreaWesterinen: ToddS to provide reference to SCOPE Model.
ToddSchneider: SCOPE document URL: http://www.ncoic.org/images/technology/SCOPE_MODEL_VER1.0.pdf
AndreaWesterinen: Link to the SWAO page ... https://iaoa.orgiaoaSIG/iaoasig/SIGswao.php
AndreaWesterinen: Link to the real blog ... http://iaoaswao.blogspot.com/
MikeBennett: Please report broken links to Ken for the wiki infrastructure
MikeBennett: and other infrastructure
MikeBennett: e.g. the IAOA Site, the SWAO Website; and the SWAO Blog
AndreaWesterinen: IAOA web site is changing ...
MikeBennett: Why not simply maintain our page in the SWAO page plus the blog?
KenBaclawski: We have control over this: SWAO:Home
MikeBennett: Then take the page we link to from the IAOA web site that is consistent withthe other pages, and put e.g. the last 2 blog entries and a ref to the full blog, and get rid of the special website with the red heading.
MikeBennett: Then there is 1 access point.
AndreaWesterinen: KenB suggested moving the SWAO HTML pages to the ontologforum wiki.
AndreaWesterinen: That way, we can update and edit the pages.
AndreaWesterinen: Right now, KenB is ssh'ing into the address and brute force updating the pages.
MikeBennett: Whereas the following link refers to tadmin tpe of stuff, we then extract the interesting stuff to t a more pubblicy advertised meeting space. SWAO:Connection Details GTM
MikeBennett: If that works we won't need the blog if we do it all on the wiki
MikeBennett: Consensus: we focus on the wiki