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* Chris Musialek (US General Services Administration) - Interested in vocabs related to people.
 
* Chris Musialek (US General Services Administration) - Interested in vocabs related to people.
 
* Tina Gheen (National Science Foundation)
 
* Tina Gheen (National Science Foundation)
* Dave G. Smith (US EPA)
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* [[User:dsmith9|David G. Smith (US EPA)]] - [[Organizational_Structures|Organizational Structures]], [[Geography_and_Spatial_Information|Geography and Spatial Information]]
 
* Rick Murphy (US GSA) - [http://www.w3.org/2011/gld/wiki/Semiotics Semiotics for Linked Data]
 
* Rick Murphy (US GSA) - [http://www.w3.org/2011/gld/wiki/Semiotics Semiotics for Linked Data]
  

Revision as of 15:32, 20 July 2011

Standard Vocabularies for Government Linked Data

Interested in this area:

  • Richard Cyganiak (DERI) - Statistical "cube" data, SDMX
  • Simon Wall (AU Gov't) - statistical data, geographic data, data catalogs
  • Martin Alvarez (CTIC) - especially dcat
  • Raphael Troncy (EURECOM) - statistical and geographic data
  • Benedikt Kämpgen (FZI Karlsruhe) - Statistical Data
  • Chris Musialek (US General Services Administration) - Interested in vocabs related to people.
  • Tina Gheen (National Science Foundation)
  • David G. Smith (US EPA) - Organizational Structures, Geography and Spatial Information
  • Rick Murphy (US GSA) - Semiotics for Linked Data

Discussed:

  • Dan Gilman chairing US Government Open Vocabularies Interest Group.
    • Concern: The OGV whitepaper Dan referenced doesn't make a direct contribution to the WG deliverables.