Monday 31 March - Tuesday 1 April 2014
Remote participation is possible via the usual zakim/IRC routes. Please note the timing of the meeting is set to UK time which switches to British Summer Time on Sunday 30 March. So '09:00' on Monday 31st March is this time
Dial in details
Joining instructions: (official participants and invited guests only) Zakim Bridge +1.617.761.6200, or sip:email@example.com then conference code 3927# ("DWBP") IRC channel: #DWBP on irc.w3.org on port 6665
To prepare for these conversations, it would be great if we could all read:
- The skeleton outline of the use cases document
- The challenges that the use cases editors have pulled from our use cases. (See all 4 worksheets/tabs in the document)
Please also look at these. They may be useful as inspiration/suggestions (in structure or scope) for our work.
- A use cases document: The CSV on the Web Use Cases and Requirements
- This document also may have some use cases for us to consider.
- A best practices document: the Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0
- A vocabulary: the RDF Data Cube Vocabulary
For those in London on Sunday evening, we will be gathering at the Mulberry Bush Pub at 7pm. We'll have a drink or two there and find dinner nearby.
Do note that the clocks go forward for daylight savings time (to BST) early on Sunday morning.
10:00 - 11:00 PhilA
11:00 - 12:00 IG
12:00 - 13:00 Yaso
14:00 - 15:00 Caroline
15:00 - 16:00 Carlos
16:00 - 17:00 Antoine
17:00 - 18:00 Adriano
9:00 - 10:00 Steve
10:00 - 11:00 Phil T
11:00 - 12:00 Flavio
12:00 - 13:00 Newton
14:00 - 15:00 Bernadette
15:00 - 16:00 Deirdre
16:00 - 17:00 Vagner
17:00 - 18:00 Laufer
Agenda - London - March 31st and April 1st
1st day (31/03)
09:00: F2F Welcome to IBM Southbank, Tour de Table
Scribe allocations for the 2 days
10:00: Work Methodology for this meeting, and how that might affect future telecons.
Target for the meeting: sufficient progress that the FPWD of the Use Case document can be prepared.
10:25: Bernadette and Deirdre present plans for Use Case Doc
- What has been done
- What others need to do
- What is needed from this meeting
- UCR in context for other deliverables
The methodology of working is the cornerstone of our meeting. Considering the shortage of time, agile methodology will help the task forces get the outcomes. We MAY divide into task forces
14:00 Discussion about Data on the Web Life Cicle (proposed by Bernadette)
14:30 Use Cases... pick up on those developed by e-mail, focused discussion per use case to extract the info needed for the UCR doc. Aim is to develop as many UCs as possible in a structure that helps define the problem space for the WG that will be addressed by the BP doc and the vocabularies.
17:00: Closing Discussion with Andy Mabbett, OpenStreetMaps.ORG
18:00: END OF THE DAY
Dinner: 19:00 Mulberry Bush Pub
2nd day (01/04)
Work on the wiki...
10-minute summary of the challenges - DeirdreLee and Bernadette Loscio
Split into groups by deliverable:
- Best practices
- Data usage vocabulary
- Data quality vocabulary
Goal: to build a wiki page of notes/document structure for each document. Example: https://www.w3.org/2013/dwbp/wiki/Best_practices_notes
Include thoughts, existing projects to refer to, relevant use cases or challenges.
13:00 - 14:00 lunch
16:00 Recap, future planning, next steps
Please add your name below if you are coming to the meeting.
- Steve Adler, IBM
- Phil Archer, W3C
- Hadley Beeman, Independent
- Ig Ibert Bittencourt Santana Pinto, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil
- Caroline Burle, W3C Brasil, Brazil
- Newton Calegari, NIC.br, Brazil
- Yaso Córdova, W3C Brasil, Brazil
- Jeremy Debattista, University of Bonn
- Vagner Diniz, W3C Brasil, Brazil
- Bernadette Farias Loscio, CIn/Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil
- John Goodwin, Ordnance Survey
- Mark Harrison, GS1 / University of Cambridge
- Carlos Iglesias, Independent
- Antoine Isaac, Europeana
- Carlos Laufer, PUC-Rio
- Deirdre Lee, INSIGHT Ireland
- Brian Matthews, STFC (guest)
- David Smith, GS1 (day 2 only)
- Adriano Veloso, InWeb-UFMG, Brazil
- Flavio Kenji Yanai , NIC.br
- Ghislain Atemezing
- Eric Stephan, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- Makx Dekkers
- Nathalia Sautchuk
- João Paulo A. Almeida
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