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<kerry> holger, that might be me, but I'm not sure
<Holger> ScribeNick: scox
<krp> Yes, a lot of noise here too
<bermudez> sorry... im late... could you please provide the url to the list
<michael_> good idea. I'll add ontologies.
<krp> So the focus in this is on the device side of the ontology?
<michael_> I think luis was including the O&M ontologies as wel
<krp> Luis, so you are proposing starting with something smaller, core, so we can agree on that, then expand (checking, agreeing) piecemeal at each stage?
<krp> Rather than splitting into components, agreeing on them individually, then putting the jigsaw together
is Payam looking for higher-order framwework?
<kerry> i am here
unmute, not umute
<kerry> can you hear me now?
<krp> +1 Luis, there has definitely been confusion on this
<kerry> +1 - yes these fundamentals certainly need to be clear
<Arthur> we can define partitions related to the different concepts (from our working package) on top of our first ontology version.
Consensus (intersection) is not the focus of the original review, we haven't seen it, so we can't be sure that we agree
Kerry proposed that the CSIRO ontology shoudl be the basis
Scribe has another telecon on the hour so will quit then!
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