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Re: [ontolog-forum] Calendar on Events of Professional Interest to the O

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Cc: Max Völkel <mvo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: York Sure <sure@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
From: "Peter Yim" <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 7 Aug 2006 07:54:51 -0700
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Thank you, Evan & Denise. Yes, yes, yes ... indeed!    (01)

We want both the ability to leverage the meta-data, ... also and
continue to provide the ease of use ("contribution" by anyone and
everyone, easily, if they want to).    (02)

Max Voelkel made a post at the OntologizingOntolog page
(http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?OntologizingOntolog#nidOMM )
on 2006.07.24 referring us to the SemWiki2006 work.  Max Voekel is
from York Sure's team at
University of Karlsruhe, Germany. As announced earlier, York will be
speaking ot the Ontolog Forum on 8/17/2006 (ref:
http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ConferenceCall_2006_08_17) ...
I'm positive that it is going to be a very interesting session. We can
explore the various alternatives further then.    (03)

Regards.  =ppy
--    (04)

On 8/7/06, dbedford@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <dbedford@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Evan,
> Good suggestion.  I think we also need to include the event information in
> our Taxo-Thesaurus content coverage.  My apologies to the group for having
> to be 'off line' for the last week on that project.  Perhaps it is time to
> begin discussing how we will manage the Taxo-Thesaurus generated metadata.
> RDF is a logical option.
> Best regards,
> Denise    (05)

On 8/7/06, ewallace@xxxxxxxxxxxx <ewallace@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Peter,
> On the way home the other day, I had an alternative thought about the
> Events calendar.  It is a "What if..." sort of a wish rather than a
> recommendation.
> Suppose this information were kept as RDF data.  It could be maintained
> as a set of triples containing all the event data without concern for
> order or presentation.  Then different pages could simply provide
> different views of this data, presenting only the data meeting some
> criteria and ordering and formatting that data as appropriate for the
> view.  I'm not sure what advantages RDF would bring vs a relational DB
> and SQL for this sort of approach, but it is closer to "eating our own
> dog food" and is designed specifically for web use.
> Just a bit of in car day dreaming.
> -Evan    (06)

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