Thanks, Evan. (01)
Yes, I was referring to EBSC (that was the acronym mentioned during our
NIST-Ontolog meeting.) Didn't realize Mark Palmer is behind that until now. (02)
Mark is a UBL member, isn't he, Jon? (Remember seeing him at the Nov.
2003 UBL F2F in San Francisco. (03)
Yes, of course, Nenad's OAGIS Semantic Integration work too. I should
have remembered that. ... lots going on! (04)
ewallace@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote Mon, 13 Sep 2004 10:03:44 -0400 (EDT): (06)
>Peter P. Yim wrote Sat, 11 Sep 2004 19:00:25 -0700:
>>Sounds good. Appreciate your playing host to this very important dialog.
>>... As for whether or not there are "other places", the last time we
>>were at NIST (joint NIST-Ontolog meeting, 2004-07-09, see:
>>someone had mentioned that there is (or had been) a similar effort going
>>that was hosted at NIST not too long ago. Maybe someone from NIST can
>>jump in and tell us more ... please?
>>[I guess that's the beauty of open forums ... at least we all get to
>>know quickly, independent of consensus. :-)]
>Peter may be referring to Mark Palmer's eBusiness Standards Convergence
>Forum <http://www.nist.gov/ebsc> or was it something else (the OAGIS
>Semantic Integration work that Nenad Ivezic is leading)?
>Evan K. Wallace
>Manufacturing Systems Integration Division
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