Linked Data for Language Technology Community Group Teleconference

19 Feb 2015


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renat, jgracia, lmatteis, chrLi
Paul, Tatiana


<trackbot> Date: 19 February 2015

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<trackbot> Meeting: Linked Data for Language Technology Community Group Teleconference

<trackbot> Date: 19 February 2015

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<scribe> Meeting: LD4LT Phone call 19, 02, 2015, 15, 00. UTC+1

Introduction to the LIDER Roadmap

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<scribe> scribe: Sebastian

<scribe> chair: Philipp Cimiano


Philipp presents the slides http://de.slideshare.net/kurzum/ld4lt-roadmapsession19022015

gives an overview over the creation

Roadmap is structured in three use cases

Global Customer Engagement

Philipp: challenge to combine all channels to merge customer needs into a unified view

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Philipp: DSM - Digital Single Market
... last slide http://de.slideshare.net/kurzum/ld4lt-roadmapsession19022015
... thanks audience for listening
... general comments
... then things missing, then individual section

Serge: Data Protection regulation

Philipp: important, but goes beyond DSM

chrLi: additional sectors, surpirised to see three sectors
... normally only two
... only distinction between private and public sector
... alternative view
... slide 6 has 5 bulltets, seems too broad no clear focus and priorities
... extensive lists, but clear highlights and milestones missing
... time horizons are not intertwined with the text
... KPIs would be interesting to track progress
... how do we measure the forthcoming of the roadmap
... what are the markers to see that the profecy will be fullfilled
... gone from 40 languages to 3000
... number of datasets

Philipp: need to be careful with these

chriLI: Sector Global Customer Engagement
... business to business perspective might be considered as well

Philipp: currently underrepresented
... roadmapping workshop attendees were from industry which caters to end-users
... how to get b2b more strongly represented
... focus on exchange of data and services

chriLi: may target workshop for b2b
... example in indonesia: don't want to have french product descriptions
... transfer multilingual information along the suply chain
... companies don't want to connect to services with info in the wrong languages

Philipp: partly captured in Oublic Sector use case
... partly captured in Public Sector use case

Renat: interest in Linked Data is there
... Gala could be used as a mediator
... success stories for open resources could help to bring it to the market
... reusing open resources might be the first thing to be usefull for LSPs

Philipp: good strategy to focus on open data and show success stories might open doors to foster adoption in closed data environments
... in line with the European Commission with content of Public Sector
... consuming linked data needs to be extended

chriLi: next steps for the roadmap
... ?

Philipp: second version by mid this year

comment on google doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Zgjw_FqEbAl6yg8SHJOxEy0nTzMZ4_MtK5KkxHh1XOU/edit#

two more roadmapping workshops: one is co-located with SEMANTiCS 2015 in Vienna


feedback welcome

Summary of Action Items

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