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: Souri Das (attend at MIT)
 
: Souri Das (attend at MIT)
 
: Arnaud  Le Hors (tentative, will attend remotely if funding for travel can't be secured)
 
: Arnaud  Le Hors (tentative, will attend remotely if funding for travel can't be secured)
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Revision as of 15:21, 21 September 2011

Scheduled for 12-13 October 2011 at W3C offices at MIT, Stata Center and an alternative location at the BBC in London.

See the (closed) poll results at: http://www.w3.org/2002/09/wbs/46168/RDFWGFTF2/results

Cambridge location and accommodation

The meeting will be held in the Stata Center at MIT, at 32 Vassar St, Cambridge, MA, across the river from Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The meeting is close to the "Kendall" stop on the MBTA Red Line subway.

When booking at a local hotel, be sure to ask for the MIT rate, which is often 10% cheaper.

 * Visiting MIT page: http://web.mit.edu/visit/stay.html
 * 463 Beacon Street Guest House, Back Bay, http://www.463beacon.com/

London location and accommodation

We have a room booked for two days at the BBC, the 12th and 13th of October. The room is located in Media Centre, which is near White City tube station, in West London.

Recommendations for hotels in London

Also http://www.barkstongardens.com/

Participants

Intend to attend at MIT (you must sign up to get Internet access, food, ...)
David Wood
Scott Bauer
Dan Brickley (tentative - really not sure yet, depends on timing, location, funding, ...)
Ted Thibodeau (tentative. more likely if in Boston than in Murray Hill; much less likely if in CA)
Zhe Wu(tentative)
Gavin Carothers
Alex Hall
Souri Das (attend at MIT)
Arnaud Le Hors (tentative, will attend remotely if funding for travel can't be secured)
Lee Feigenbaum
Intend to attend from BBC location
Yves Raimond
Nicholas Humfrey
Thomas Steiner
Ivan Herman
Steve Harris
Richard Cyganiak
Pierre-Antoine Champin
Andy Seaborne
Mischa Tuffield
William Waites
Guus Schreiber
Intend to attend remotely
Matteo Brunati
Regrets
Fabien Gandon
Antoine Zimmermann
At risk
Peter F. Patel-Schneider (probable regrets)
Eric Prud'hommeaux

Agenda

DRAFT


Wednesday, 12 Oct

Boston London Agendum
-- 9:00 AM Introduction and welcome. Agenda review.
-- 9:30 AM Discuss and adopt final graph terminology.
-- 11:00 AM Named graphs discussion
-- 12:15 Lunch at BBC
8:30 AM 1:30 PM Convene at MIT. Plenary; brief on progress.
9:00 AM 2:00 PM Poll/vote on final graph terminology
9:15 AM 2:15 PM Named graph discussion, continued.
12:00 Noon 5:00 PM Lunch at MIT. Adjourn at BBC.
1:15 PM -- Discuss Provenance WG use cases.
3:30 PM -- TODO
3:00 PM -- TODO
4:00 PM -- Prepare email briefing for London attendees regarding afternoon progress.
4:30 PM -- Adjourn at MIT


Thursday, 13 Oct

Boston London Agendum
-- 9:00 AM Convene in London. Read and discuss previous afternoon's progress at MIT.
-- 10:00 AM TODO
-- 11:00 AM TODO
-- 12:00 Noon Lunch at BBC
8:30 AM 1:30 PM Convene at MIT. Plenary to brief on progress.
9:00 AM 2:00 PM Poll/vote on named graph issues.
11:30 AM 4:30 PM Final remarks.
12:00 Noon 5:00 PM Lunch at MIT, Adjourn at BBC.
1:00 PM -- Group review and suggestions for RDF Primer.
4:00 PM -- Prepare summary email to mailing list of afternoon's activities.
4:30 PM -- Adjourn at MIT