OxfordSemanticWebInterestGroup

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Oxon SWIG

The Oxfordshire SWIG (Semantic Web Interest Group) is a monthly get-together to discuss semantic web theory and practice, in Oxford, UK.

Typically, there is an informal meeting on the first Wednesday of the month held in a pub (typically the Lamb and Flag, Royal Oak, or Honeypot). Every three months, there is a more formal meeting with speakers and prepared talks; typically held in Oxford University Computing Lab facilities in the Wolfson Building.

There is (sometimes infrequently updated) information available at http://swig.networkedplanet.com/

Next meeting - 12th December 2007

6.30-8.30pm, 12 December 2007, Lamb and Flag Oxford

  1. Eventful
  2. Upcoming

There was also a special event hosted by HP in Bristol on the 23rd November:

http://swig.networkedplanet.com/special.html

Mailing list

The mailing list is hosted at:

http://lists.atuin.ninebynine.org/mailman/listinfo/oxon-swig-discuss

and can be subscribed to from that site.

Organizers

The primary organizer is Eamonn Neylon (eamonn@xmlopen.org). Also helping out with organization is InigoSurguy.

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