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Meeting Logistics

  • Thursday 8 May 2008
  • IBM, 1301 K Street NW, Washington DC, USA (Show Map)
  • Dial-in Information: +1.617.761.6200 Code: 3443 ("EIIF") 09:00-17:00 Washington DC Local Time (13:00-21:00 UTC)

Meeting Agenda (Draft)

Items that we propose to discuss, not necessarily in that order


  • Introductions
  • Objectives of the Meeting
  • Objectives of the EIIF
  • Outline deliverables, schedules and tasks
  • Lessons learned from other IGs, if any
  • Use cases and scenarios, perspectives from field practitioners
  • Towards a user model for EM
  • Review of Standards Classification and Analysis

12:30 - 13:30 Lunch


  • Interoperability Information Framework - Abstract Concepts and Domain Model
  • First draft of skeleton for framework
  • Aligning with other initiatives (OASIS)
  • Other issues
  • Revision of the days work and summaries
  • Final discussions and Next Steps

17:00 CLOSE

19:00 Dinner (TBD)

Meeting Notes Captured

Meeting Attendees

  • Renato Iannella, NICTA, Australia (Co-chair)
  • Chamindra de Silva, Lanka Software Foundation/Virtusa, Sri Lanka (Co-chair)
  • George Percivall, Open Geospatial Consortium, USA
  • Rebecca E. Curzon, IBM, USA
  • Paola Di Maio, Information Systems Analyst and Consultant, UK
  • Megan Finn, UC Berkeley, USA
  • Colleen Apte, SAIC, USA
  • Hillman Mitchell, City of Tukwila, WA, USA
  • Mandana Sotoodeh, UBC, Canada
  • Nigel Snoad, Microsoft, USA
  • Gary Berg-Cross, EM&I, USA


(George, Rebecca, Megan, Paola, Gary, Renato, Chamindra, Colleen, Hillman, Mandana)