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Re: [oor-forum] Defining "Ontology Repository" (maybe "OntologyRegistry"

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From: dbedford@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2008 06:06:41 -0500
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Thank you for contributing these ideas.  I have been monitoring the discussions in background.  I think it is important to start out the discussion with a context of the range of architectures that are possible (ranging from the practical/possible to the theoretical/idea).   Your ideas raise a lot of questions in my mind regarding how people will contribute, communicate about, leverage and map ontologies.  For a given architecture, are there a minimum set of requirements?   I may have missed this point in the discussion, but have we walked through any use cases?  What are the drawbacks and benefits of each architecture from a 'user' perspective (where user may be a person or an agent)?


My apologies if I am asking questions that have already been addressed and I've missed the discussion. 


Best regards,


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