> [JFS] But we need a formal document that is more systematic than
> a wiki. We at least need something like the W3C recommendations. (01)
[ppy] Indeed! ... Let's find out more, later this week  on how,
say, OOR / COLORE are coming along, and discuss what needs to be in
place, and interim measures to fill in gaps, to enable the registering
of relevant metadata and documenting finding and insights. I would
volunteer any infrastructure support I can possibly provide (if that
can be of help.) (02)
 http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?OOR/ConferenceCall_2010_02_19 (03)
Hopefully, the dialog on the forum from everyone here could help get
the necessary 'recommendations' into shape. (04)
Thanks & regards. =ppy
On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 9:23 PM, John F. Sowa <sowa@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> [JFS] I believe the subscribers to this list can begin that
> >> development [of an Ontology Repository that federates with the OOR]
> >> very soon with a modest amount of resources. In the initial stages,
> >> it could be a *virtual* repository, which would contain metadata
> >> and pointers to various resources stored on other web sites.
> > [ppy] Through the effort of the OOR team (which began in Jan-2008)
> > members, and contributions from NCBO, Stanford, CIM3, BBN,
> > Northeastern, Toronto and other members of that team, we are actually
> > further along that some folks might realize.
> That's great.
> > [ppy] I would like to draw everyone's attention to the OOR-related
> > announcement I just posted
> > at: http://ontolog.cim3.net/forum/oor-forum/2010-02/msg00007.html
> But we need a formal document that is more systematic than a wiki.
> We at least need something like the W3C recommendations.
> John (06)
On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 5:38 PM, Peter Yim <peter.yim@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thank you very much, John.
>> [JFS] ... require a small amount of storage space, and it could be
>> started on the same web site used for ontolog forum. The initial
>> work would involve the development of the metadata for relating
>> ontologies to one another and to lexical resources that relate the
>> categories of an ontology to the terms in natural languages.
>> We would also develop guidelines for reviewing ontologies and
>> case studies about how they have been used, including both
>> successes and failures. As time goes on, it could evolve from
>> a virtual repository to a physical repository with a full-time
>> staff, a larger budget, and systematic procedures for acquiring,
>> developing, and maintaining ontologies.
> [ppy] Recognizing that not all ontology formats are supported so far
> (e.g. Michael Gruninger and his team's work on COLORE and CL support
> is still at an early stage) ... therefore, John's suggestion of just
> registering the relevant metadata and documenting finding and insights
> on the wiki is a great idea (while software development work
> progresses in parallel.) I will be more than
> As for metadata that needs to be captured, a prime candidate for the
> OOR work (adoption to use and extend from) is the OMV (Ontology
> Metadata Vocabulary) which PeterHaase/Karlsruhe has authored (ref.
> http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ConferenceCall_2008_04_10 &
> Please continue this dialog on the list asynchronously, so we can have
> something to bring up for real-time discussion at the Thu 2010.03.25
> OOR "Content" panel session (especially on how we could make use of
> the OOR infrastructure that is becoming available.) ... Volunteers to
> provide their ontologies, concrete suggestions and candidate action
> plans welcome!
> Thanks again, John.
> Regards. =ppy
> -- (07)
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