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<laurent_lefort_cs> Previous: http://www.w3.org/2010/07/28-ssn-minutes.html
<kerry> laurent --- can you post agenda please?
<david> Per Laurent, Agenda: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-xg-ssn/2010Aug/0001.html
<laurent_lefort_cs> zalim, ??P16 is me
i can do it
can you set the scribenick
Kerry: any ideas for a keynote speaker for the SSN2010 workshop at ISWC 2010?
<kerry> scribenick: krzysztof_j
(@kerry: the SSN deadline is in the first teaching week for most US universities :-( any way to shift it by one week?)
<laurent_lefort_cs> scribenick krzysztof_j
laurent_lefort_cs: please check
the list for the XG report at: http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/ssn/wiki/Incubator_Report
... we need to integrate the ontology and semantic markup parts with our use cases
Andriy: IMO, the main part of the report should be the ontology
kerry: we should be careful how much (new) topics we add to the final report. it should be rather about the ontology and the markup part
Kevin: We need to understand first who will read the report before we decide what should go into the report.
<krp> So, beyond a report, I'd hope what we'll end up with is if someone want to use the ontology or the markup, we have a good document to get them going
<kerry> (@krzysztof_j -- ok I'll have a look what we can do. It is pretty tight - I remember when figuring it out - I think it is only 2 weeks allows for reviews now ..)
Payam: IMO, the most important part should we the ontology, our definition of semantic sensor networks and how ontologiy can help
david: ontology and its *application*
Kevin: we need rather examples
for the usefulness of the ontology
... provide a modeling example like a howTo for the ontology
<laurent_lefort_cs> Jano: Agree with previous points on explaining how to use the ontology
<krp> yes, a howto, that's a good way of thinking about it
<laurent_lefort_cs> Jano: describing the reasoning and the use of SPARQL over the ontology
krzysztof_j: we also need to show the reasoning part, what do we get from using semantics for the sensor web?
michael: sections 4 and 5 are the crucial parts
Pramod_: examples for the use of the sensor ontology are very important
kerry: a real example that demonstrates the ontology as well as the markup part
krp: semantic discovery example
<michael> I'll contribute to section 4
Payam: smart products example
Kevin: linked data example
krzysztof_j: we have also linked sensor data examples
<Payam> Linked data example (Payam)
<krp> Is the report deadline the same as the end of the charter?
@kerry: can you put the final deadline here
<krp> it was just a personal practical question -- I'm away from this Friday until after the charter ends
<krp> Oscar's already on leave! :)
<Payam> when is the deadline for contributions? end of this month?
<michael> 3rd September is the deadline
we talk by mail :)
I would assume we do it both together
ok, i am happy to do so
<laurent_lefort_cs> scribenick: krzysztof_j
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