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13:49:15 <RRSAgent> RRSAgent has joined #egov 13:49:15 <RRSAgent> logging to http://www.w3.org/2010/02/12-egov-irc 13:49:46 <Zakim> Zakim has joined #egov 13:49:52 <sandro> zakim, this will be egov 13:49:52 <Zakim> ok, sandro; I see T&S_EGOV(LD Demo)8:00AM scheduled to start 49 minutes ago 13:59:21 <Zakim> T&S_EGOV(LD Demo)8:00AM has now started 13:59:27 <Zakim> + +1.518.276.aaaa 14:00:50 <Cory> Cory has joined #egov 14:00:59 <sandro> morning, Cory... 14:01:14 <Zakim> +Sandro 14:01:23 <Zakim> +Cory 14:01:27 <sandro> zakim, who is here? 14:01:27 <Zakim> On the phone I see +1.518.276.aaaa, Sandro, Cory 14:01:28 <Zakim> On IRC I see Cory, Zakim, RRSAgent, mhausenblas, trackbot, sandro 14:01:40 <Zakim> + +1.703.938.aabb 14:02:02 <sandro> zakim, aabb is Ken_Fisher 14:02:02 <Zakim> +Ken_Fisher; got it 14:02:07 <Li_Ding> Li_Ding has joined #egov 14:02:13 <Li_Ding> hello all 14:02:39 <sandro> Hello, Li_Ding 14:04:25 <Zakim> +mhausenblas 14:08:54 <sandro> zakim, who is on the call? 14:08:54 <Zakim> On the phone I see +1.518.276.aaaa, Sandro, Cory, Ken_Fisher, mhausenblas 14:09:14 <sandro> zakim, aaaa is Li_Ding 14:09:14 <Zakim> +Li_Ding; got it 14:09:39 <Li_Ding> I can do it 14:09:44 <sandro> scribe: Li_Ding 14:09:53 <Li_Ding> recap last meeting 14:10:08 <Li_Ding> everyone were in last meeting 14:10:33 <Li_Ding> get one or more project around the scence 14:10:47 <mhausenblas> q+ to propose to start with the story 14:10:56 <Li_Ding> we now request for additional ideas for demos 14:10:59 <mhausenblas> ack me 14:10:59 <Zakim> mhausenblas, you wanted to propose to start with the story 14:11:04 <Li_Ding> Michael speaking 14:11:10 <mhausenblas> http://www.w3.org/2007/eGov/IG/wiki/Projects/GLD_Demo/Plan 14:11:45 <Li_Ding> there is a wiki page recently started, discussing a template for storyboard 14:12:17 <Li_Ding> we are looking at demos we need to have, instead of looking into what demo we have (as bottom up appoach) 14:12:37 <Li_Ding> michael and sandro are started editing wiki to make that happen 14:13:40 <Li_Ding> two sides: one from technology; and the other from the measurement, e.g. cost, metric. we need to find some way to track that 14:14:23 <Li_Ding> we need to think semantically, help us understand how demos work, such as IT dashboard 14:14:33 <Li_Ding> http://it.usaspending.gov/ 14:14:49 <Cory> http://it.usaspending.gov/ 14:15:00 <Li_Ding> we are trying to do something like that , but using some more semantic technologies, such as linked data 14:15:26 <Li_Ding> most team members saw that before 14:15:49 <Li_Ding> RPI has done some work on the demo 14:16:03 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Demos 14:19:42 <edsu> edsu has joined #egov 14:20:20 <edsu> you guys still meeting? (sorry i'm late, was held up by snowy-commute here in dc) 14:20:41 <Li_Ding> we yes 14:22:08 <Li_Ding> RPI have generated several demos classes 14:22:29 <Li_Ding> the first two set of demos are more traditional 14:22:49 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Demo:_Linking_USPS_Money_and_News 14:22:53 <Zakim> +[LC] 14:22:58 <edsu> zakim, LC is edsu 14:22:58 <Zakim> +edsu; got it 14:23:54 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/demo/linked/demo-401-usps-news.html 14:24:00 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Dataset_401 14:24:21 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Special:ExportRDF/Dataset_401 14:24:54 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/vocab/Dataset_401 14:25:29 <Li_Ding> Dgtwc:complete data http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/raw/401/data-401.nt.gz +, and http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/raw/401/data-401.rdf + 14:26:33 <Li_Ding> Dgtwc:more data http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/linked/401/agency_40123.rdf +, and http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/linked/us_agencies.rdf + 14:26:55 <edsu> q+ to ask about links to original data source 14:27:26 <sandro> Li_Ding: Anyone in this group can get an account on this wiki, to edit these pages 14:27:37 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Demo:_Linking_USPS_Money_and_News 14:27:55 <sandro> Li_Ding: Anyone in this group can get an account on this (http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/) wiki, to edit these pages 14:28:15 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/sparql/demo-401-usps-news-401-402.sparql 14:28:26 <sandro> q+ to ask about IT-dishboard data set 14:28:50 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/joseki/sparql-tdb-datagov.html 14:29:45 <Li_Ding> this is an experimental sparql endpoint, consists of a selection of datasets supporting our demos 14:33:07 <Li_Ding> USPS demo is a good example connecting bugget data with publicly supplied justification 14:33:31 <Li_Ding> http://www.cs.rpi.edu/~michaj6/datagov/ITSpending.html 14:34:03 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Other_Dataset_Catalog 14:34:19 <Li_Ding> it dashboard dataset Exhibit 53 is included as dataset10002 14:34:20 <sandro> q- 14:35:06 <edsu> q- # answered my own question 14:35:12 <edsu> q- 14:35:15 <Li_Ding> exhibit 53 and exhibit 300 datasets has been converted into RDF 14:35:22 <Li_Ding> in the link above 14:35:51 <edsu> q+ to ask about workflow for description creation 14:36:14 <Li_Ding> we can tour the demos at RPI to see the potential of how people can leverage government data 14:36:26 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Demo:_Aid_Visualizer_USAID_vs_DFID_2007USFY 14:36:32 <mhausenblas> http://www.guardian.co.uk/world-government-data 14:36:40 <Li_Ding> this is demo connecting US and UK dataset 14:37:16 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/demo/linked/aidviz-1554-10030.html 14:39:10 <Li_Ding> michael is showing some demos on government data search 14:39:40 <Li_Ding> http://www.google.com/unclesam 14:39:46 <Li_Ding> google provide government search 14:40:04 <edsu> Li_Ding: guardian search is cross national boundaries 14:40:14 <Li_Ding> RPI also built a search is also local 14:40:31 <Li_Ding> just for the RPI website 14:40:33 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Demo:_Semantic_Search_of_the_Data-gov_Catalog 14:41:17 <Li_Ding> : we should be able do some dynamic search 14:41:40 <Li_Ding> google also provided live search on twitter 14:42:05 <Li_Ding> : the aid spending is based on specific dataset 14:43:15 <Li_Ding> : what we can do is to find and associate new data with existing data, 14:43:29 <Li_Ding> : we should consider allowing users to freely add relevant data to a demo 14:44:08 <mhausenblas> Michael: happy to take an action to draft the overall story, so feel free to assign me a task 14:44:16 <Li_Ding> : linked data can support uses to drill down for more dataset 14:45:10 <Li_Ding> : we can consider supporting users to browse and integrate data on the fly 14:45:43 <Li_Ding> : what is the workflow getting the RPI demo working 14:46:46 <Li_Ding> : what effort does it take to get the dataset 14:46:53 <Li_Ding> Li: this is some secrete 14:46:55 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Dataset_92 14:47:39 <Li_Ding> http://www.data.gov/data_gov_catalog.csv 14:48:52 <sandro> mhausenblas, I think in a group this size, with George absent, you can just go ahead and do it..... 14:49:13 <mhausenblas> ok, fine, sandro, will do 14:49:19 <mhausenblas> gotta run now, sorry 14:49:33 <sandro> okay, take care, mhausenblas ! 14:49:41 <Zakim> -mhausenblas 14:51:44 <Li_Ding> :getting common vocabulary for describing data right is more important than publishing data in RDF 14:53:01 <Li_Ding> : if keep the provenance of data all the way through, we can better maintain transparency and support people to connect the visualization results to the original source 14:53:41 <Li_Ding> : it is very useful to connect the source of original data 14:54:41 <Li_Ding> Li: it is useful in the demo to mention the data used in the demo 14:55:56 <Li_Ding> : we should try to make sure dataset description always openly accessible by the public 14:56:13 <Li_Ding> li: data.gov has defined a set of vocabulary for dataset 14:56:15 <Li_Ding> http://www.data.gov/glossary 14:56:46 <Li_Ding> : in order to have tools working, known the metadata of dataset is very important 14:56:57 <johnlsheridan> johnlsheridan has joined #egov 14:56:58 <sandro> sandro: I think one compelling advantage of Linked Data is that we can maintain provenance, so folks seeing conclusions can easily track it back to sources. If we do that right, we hopefully free people to publish data at various levels of confidence, comfortable in the knowledge that the metadata (like confidence level) they provide will not be lost. 14:57:42 <edsu> Li_Ding: is the description at http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Dataset_92 not fully represented in the triples you get back the rdf feed http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Special:ExportRDF/Dataset_92 14:58:04 <Li_Ding> : We hope the machine-understandable vocabulary for dataset metadata can help better demo/tool development, and we may consider use dubline core, void ontology 14:58:34 <sandro> rrsagent, make record public 14:58:39 <johnlsheridan> we are looking to use void for data.gov.uk linked data work 14:58:45 <edsu> Li_Ding: are you in convo with richard and michael about what they are working on w/r/t vocab for datasets? 14:58:52 <Li_Ding> LI: yes, the 80% metadata is from data.gov, and when we generate RDF, we put some extra annotations 14:58:57 <sandro> cory: Let's think about how to leverage all this great work.... 14:59:00 <Li_Ding> yes 14:59:10 <edsu> Li_Ding: sweet 15:00:04 <Zakim> -Ken_Fisher 15:00:05 <Zakim> -Sandro 15:00:05 <Zakim> -Cory 15:00:07 <Zakim> -Li_Ding 15:00:07 <Zakim> T&S_EGOV(LD Demo)8:00AM has ended 15:00:08 <Zakim> Attendees were +1.518.276.aaaa, Sandro, Cory, +1.703.938.aabb, Ken_Fisher, mhausenblas, Li_Ding, edsu 15:00:13 <Li_Ding> Li: yes, I have been work with michael on their void ontology development, and we've made some changes on the dataset, e.g. switching from DC to DCTERMS 15:00:23 <edsu> Li_Ding: cool 15:00:36 <Li_Ding> I will be happy to continue work with Michael on the dataset vocabulary design 15:00:37 <edsu> Li_Ding: not sure if you saw my question about the rdf for that dataset 92 for example 15:00:58 <edsu> Li_Ding: is there a url for the rdf/xml representation of http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Dataset_92 ? 15:01:27 <Li_Ding> edsu: the dataset 92 RDF description is from the other URI. We found that SMW has a little bit problem handling our URI naming convention. 15:01:28 <edsu> Li_Ding: i followed the 'RDF feed' icon link, but it didn't seem to return all the data that i see described in the page? 15:01:35 <Li_Ding> http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/vocab/Dataset_401 15:01:57 <edsu> Li_Ding: so looking at that HTML representation is there a way of discovering, and following nose to the rdf/xml? 15:02:03 <Li_Ding> yes 15:02:11 <Li_Ding> if you search for owl:sameAs 15:02:17 <Li_Ding> you should find the link 15:02:30 <Li_Ding> Owl:sameAs http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/vocab/Dataset_92 + 15:02:38 <Li_Ding> that is as the bottom of the html page 15:02:44 <edsu> ahh 15:02:50 <edsu> so scrape it 15:03:04 <Li_Ding> we are working on improving the interface for better UI, 15:03:20 <Li_Ding> you should see improvement soon 15:03:33 <edsu> ok -- my one suggestion would be to add at least a <link rel ...> for the rdf/xml 15:04:44 <edsu> <link rel="alternate" type="application/rdf+xml" href="http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/vocab/Dataset_92" /> 15:06:26 <edsu> i guess you guys have talked about using rdfa to make the rdf available? 15:07:34 <edsu> i realize you are probably bound by whatever semantic media-wiki currently supports, but if you have spare grad students that could get rdfa support into semantic media wiki that would be awesome :-) 15:08:02 <edsu> building on what ben andn others at creative commons started a few years ago http://wiki.creativecommons.org/RDFa_Support_for_Semantic_Media_Wiki 15:08:33 <edsu> sorry, for blathering on like this -- i'm basically just really excited about the work you guys are doing with the data.gov data :-) 15:10:48 <Li_Ding> thanks 15:11:18 <Li_Ding> we have already get RDFa embedded in our dataset page 15:12:14 <Li_Ding> if you open the source page, you should see something like the following 15:12:18 <Li_Ding> <div id='RDFa' about='http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/wiki/Dataset_92' xmlns:wiki_1='http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/w/index.php/'xmlns:wiki_1_property='http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/w/index.php/Property:'xmlns:wiki_1_category='http://data-gov.tw.rpi.edu/w/index.php/Category:' typeof='wiki_1_category:Dgtwc:Dataset' typeof='wiki_1_category:Converted Dataset' typeof='wiki_1_category:Data.gov Dataset'> 15:12:20 <Li_Ding> <a href='wiki_1:Executive_Office_of_the_President' rel='wiki_1_property:92/agency'></a> 15:12:21 <Li_Ding> <div property='wiki_1_property:92/agency_data_series_page' content='http://www.data.gov'></div> 15:12:23 <Li_Ding> <div property='wiki_1_property:92/agency_program_page' content='http://www.data.gov'></div> 15:12:31 <edsu> yeah, i see some 15:12:41 <Li_Ding> I can discuss RDFa usage in the next telecon 15:14:34 <edsu> i see this, with the rdfa highlighter: http://inkdroid.org/tmp/data-gov-tw-screenshot.png 15:14:41 <edsu> Li_Ding: that would be great 15:15:50 <Li_Ding> thanks for the screen shot 15:17:56 <Li_Ding> Li_Ding has joined #egov # SPECIAL MARKER FOR CHATSYNC. 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