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RE: [ontolog-forum] Proposal for UBL Ontology Project

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From: "Dean Black" <dblack@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2003 16:43:16 -0800
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I would like to participate, as well, so please put me on the list of
volunteers.    (01)

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[mailto:ontolog-forum-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Peter P. Yim
Sent: Monday, March 03, 2003 11:23 AM
To: ontolog-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: Jon Bosak
Subject: Re: [ontolog-forum] Proposal for UBL Ontology Project    (02)

Wonderful! I'm in.    (03)

1. To facilitate virtual team work, I can make our (CIM3.NET) tools
available to the community.    (04)

2. Essentially, we (CIM3) provide a basic suite of both asynchronous
and synchronous tools, and the processes to support distributed
community and project work. Our collaborative work environment may
include:    (05)

  (a) archived email forum (with fine grain linking/access)
  (b) wiki (with fine grain linking/access)
  (c) document repository/file sharing workspace
  (d) Community of Practice (CoP) portal/website
  (e) full-text search
  (f) voice conferencing
  (g) screen/application sharing
  (h) instant messaging
  (i) real-time chat session
  (j) access control
  (k) plus customization to cater to the CoP or project team needs.    (06)

3. We are already using (a) and (e) (at least the part that allows
search on the message archive) now. I can set up any or all of the
above tools, if and when they may become useful to our work.    (07)

4. Yes ... I agree with Farrukh on "open-source" -- that is consistent
with our charter (as an "open" forum, see
and that of OASIS/UBL. Thank you, Farrukh, for offering the ebXML
registry as an option too.    (08)

5. This is exciting ... as soon as we have a reasonable number of
people (say, within the next few days) that are willing to dive in, we
could continue the discussion on the broader base ... but then, a
small team can focus on reaching a shared commitment and understanding
to getting the project started. Therefore please identify yourselves.    (09)

6. Question: who has working proficiency with protégé and is willing
to provide some working guidance/leadership there? Please indicate so.
Based on our earlier survey, protégé is definitely a candidate
tool/platform where we can build the ontology on.    (010)

7. That, obviously, re-opens the whole tools/platform discussion
again. Which is great ... we now have a better, and more focused
reason to talk about that again. (try starting a new thread, though.)    (011)

--    (012)

Kurt Conrad wrote Sun, 02 Mar 2003 23:17:21 -0800:
> All,
> A few weeks ago, Peter forwarded a message announcing the release of a
> new Universal Business Language (UBL) Library (see
> http://ontolog.cim3.net/forum/ontolog-forum/2003-01/msg00022.html).
> There has been some discussion around the idea of creating an ontology
> based on the UBL schemas. ...[snip]...    (013)

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