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last updated at 2006-11-03 20:39
CaptSolo: List of applications that use / implement SIOC
 
 
never mind
 
 
danbri: A response to 'What is a good conceptual model for identity data?' from Johannes Ernst
danbri: =""
danbri: Previously unposted. I think I just took his model and RDFized.
 
DanC: Hart and Ferg August 10, 2006
DanC: see also A look at emerging Web security architectures from a Semantic Web perspective, my notes from the W3C security workshop, where I show that InfoCard, SXIP and others have name/address/phone property lists like P3P/vcard/foaf
 
DanC: with GRDDL markup
DanC: I wonder about using a spec like this as the namespace document.
 
 
DanC: attendee Dan Connolly. current-ish work: hcard-tests
ndw: attendee Norman Walsh. contribution: vCard ont./extract vCard from hCard
kjetilk_: attendee Kjetil Kjernsmo. Sort of semweb geek at Opera, author of my.opera.com's FOAF support
chimezie: attendee Chimezie Ogbuji. Current work with people vocabularies
briansuda: attendee Brian Suda. contribution: Extract vCard from hCard
danbri: attendee Dan Brickley, sort of semweb geek, irresponsible for FOAF and SWIG, ...
DanC: a ScheduledTopicChat
danja: attendee Danny Ayers. Here for the buffet.
bengee: sort-of attending: Benjamin Nowack, working on hCard/vCardRDF/FOAF mixery, doesn't see the justification for yet another vCard vocab yet but will happily pick up some convincing arguments
Cloud: attendee John Breslin. Working on sioc-project.org etc.
HarryH: attendee Harry Halpin. Wants nice hCard->vCard/RDF FOAF mappings made "official" (whatever that means) among other things so people actually use GRDDL.
timbl: = 5% attendee Tim Berners-Lee would like to see RDF address feeds for groups, conference attendees etc and ajax sw to display them nicely
HarryH: Harry to contact original authors of http://www.w3.org/TR/vcard-rdf
DanC: RESOLVED: to issue http://www.w3.org/2006/vcard/ns# to the W3C Semantic Web Interest Group community with brian S, Harry H, and Norm W. as maintainers who will announce changes to semantic-web@w3.org and roll back in case of objections within a week. Changes may include a change of the accountability mailing list (e.g. to an XG)
DanC: ACTION DanC: arrange CVS access for brian, ndw, and Harry
logger: See discussion
DanC: discussion actually started around 15:16Z
 
chimezie: Issues with existing standards in this regards and the specific needs within this community
DanC: Wang "prefer that of vCard because FOAF has many other things, such as online chat account etc., that is not immediately useful to most biological applications"
chimezie: Helen chen on roles, participation and their relationships to persons - each of which is notably absent from FOAF
 
Biblio: TBL in edimburgh, talking against net neutrality
Biblio: made it to the BBC, probably most of world press
timbl: test
timbl: CORRECTION. Tim Berners-Lee is a strong supporter of net neutrality.
timbl: Maybe it started when Mark Lawson started asked me whether I could sleep at night given all the horrid things happening out there. Is it just cheap fear mongering journalism? or maybe there is a subconscious feeling in the Beeb that the Net is a threat -- maybe to broadcasting as they know it? I'll be interested to se what Alan Yentob makes of our more recent interview. -- I have my fingers crossed that it will be
 
logger: See discussion
 
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