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Re: [ontolog-forum] Joint SICoP-Ontolog Discussion Session - eGov Ontol

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From: "Peter P. Yim" <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 16:06:03 -0700
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Hi Adrian,    (01)

Thank you for offering your work for our Nov. 10 discussion. 
While Brand will have a final say (since he is the 
organizer/moderator for the session) on the matter, I, 
personally, would suggest that:    (02)

(a) we are aiming at rounding up a panel that are representing 
key communities working on eGovernment related ontologies. We are 
hoping to explore how these *communities* can develop the right 
differentiation and synergies, towards optimizing the effort and 
resources invested by each community, and collectively as a 
whole. As such, providing exposure to individual technologies is 
not a focus of this session.    (03)

(b) besides, since the work you attached has been presented to 
the SICoP community before (at the 2004.09.14 CEW) and is already 
captured the our dynamic knowledge repository available for 
citation and reuse (as you have done now), there is probably not 
a lot of incentive to repeat that same work over again.    (04)

That said, you are most welcomed to join us at the session. I am 
almost certain your participation will bring value to the discourse.    (05)

Thank you for your interest all along.    (06)

Regards.  =ppy
--    (07)

Internet Business Logic wrote Tue, 25 Oct 2005 08:54:37 -0400:
> Brand, Peter --
> This sounds like a very valuable discussion.
> Do you think that the "e-Government Presentation" [1] is relevant?  It 
> takes a strong position, which could take the discussion into new areas.
>                                                           Best regards,  
> -- Adrian
> [1]  
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