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To: Roy Roebuck <Roy.Roebuck@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: "[ontolog-forum]" <ontolog-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: "[ontolog-admin]" <ontolog-admin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Jack Park <park@xxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: ONTAC-WG General Discussion <ontac-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
From: "Peter P. Yim" <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 07 Mar 2006 10:22:58 -0800
Message-id: <440DCF82.50406@xxxxxxxx>
Thank you for the input, Roy.
Talk to you Thursday, hopefully.    (01)

Regards.  =ppy
--    (02)

Roy Roebuck wrote Tue, 7 Mar 2006 11:36:26 -0500:
> Hi Peter:  
> Regarding your enquiry about whether my copyrighted ontology-based enterprise 
>management and enterprise architecture approach is "proprietary", the 
>methodology and metaschema I am providing are available under the Creative 
>Commons Attributed, Share-Alike, Non-Commercial license, meaning that it can 
>be used perpetually for non-commercial purposes after free registration.  See 
>http://www.one-world-is.com/beam. Commercial use is available through a 
>low-cost annual service provider or VAR license.
> The technology I'm applying to support EM/EA approach is currently a 
>commercial knowledge modeling and management repository (i.e., Steve Hunter's 
>Agilense product), but I could also use Protégé if I wanted to put in the 
>extra effort to add in the operationally/executable-architecture, virtual 
>application, general-use modeling, and graphical modeling functionality 
>provided by Agilense.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter P. Yim [mailto:peter.yim@xxxxxxxx] 
> Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2006 1:39 AM
> To: Denise Bedford; Conor Shankey; Jack Park; Roy Roebuck; Michael Maximilien
> Cc: Kurt Conrad; [ontolog-admin]; Duane Nickull; Rex Brooks; Bob Smith
> Subject: Follow-up on speaker invitations
> Hello Denise, Conor, Jack, Roy & Max (inviting MikeGenesereth and 
> UIMA speakers), (along with Duane, Kurt, Rex and Bob,)
> I am writing to follow-up on the discussion we had during our 
> Feb. 16, 2006 Ontolog conference call, during which we discussed 
> the invitation of you guys to come present at Ontolog (which Kurt 
> and I were supposed to follow-up offline with you all on.)
> [I apologize for not having done the follow-up sooner, as I had 
> to make an emergency trip out-of-the-country, and after my 
> return, had been consumed with the preparation work for the Upper 
> Ontology Summit.]
> For those of you who are new to the scene, let me reiterate 
> Ontolog's 'open' (open technology, open content, open standard, 
> open knowledge, ...) policy. We nominally only feature speakers 
> who have made valuable contribution to our field, and who are 
> doing 'open' and 'original' work that are relevant to the Ontolog 
> charter. The only sessions that we have agreed that we will 
> feature proprietary technologies would be at the "Ontology 
> Application and Implementation" Session(s) that DuaneNickull and 
> KurtConrad has spearheaded. Additionally, we also make an attempt 
> not to duplicate efforts with BrandNiemann and Susan Turnbull's 
> Collaborative Expedition Workshop or SICoP Event speakers (at 
> least, not on the same talks) given that we share our invitation 
> lists and have a considerable overlap between our respective 
> communities (call this the 'non-duplicative' policy).
> I believe Jack (on IRIS, or possibly together with AdamCheyer to 
> speak on IRIS and CALO), MikeGenesereth (topic of his choice) and 
> UIMA will satisfy both the 'open' and the 'non-duplicative' 
> policies. I also realize that if Denise were to tell us about her 
> WorldBank work with Teragram (which is a proprietary technology), 
> that would need to be part of an "Application/Implementation" 
> session (where the 'open' policy may be temporarily waived).
> I have a feeling Conor and Roy are both working with 
> 'proprietary' technologies too, but I'm not sure. Could you both 
> confirm this for me, please. [attn: Conor & Roy]
> With our two upcoming "Ontolog Content Tagging" sessions, 
> possibly one "Application/Implementation" session, and one 
> "health" or "emergency response" session and say, 3 invited 
> speaker sessions, we'll probably put together a very exciting 
> programming for the next 3 months.
> Let's hear back from everyone (prior to this Thursday's call as 
> to which upcoming Thursdays (which you already know) won't work 
> for you within the next 3 months or so (starting from 3/23 
> through end June 2006.) That way, we'll have a better handle when 
> we do our planning at our Thu 3/9 call. Your help here is much 
> appreciated. [attn: ALL on the to: or c.c. list.]
> Thank you very much for the support.
> Best regards.  =ppy
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