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Agenda for DWBP teleconference 30-May 2014 9:00am EDT

Dial in details

  Joining instructions: (official participants and invited guests only)
  Zakim Bridge +1.617.761.6200, or sip:zakim@voip.w3.org then 
  conference code 3927#  ("DWBP")
  IRC channel: #DWBP on irc.w3.org on port 6665
  • Chair: Hadley
  • Scribe:
  • Regrets: Ivan, Laufer, Jeremy, Martin


  1. Check bots are running (see #The IRC Bots)
  2. Matching everyone on IRC and phone lines for Zakim
  3. Appoint Scribe
  4. Approving last week's meeting minutes

Main agenda

  1. Use cases and requirements document: vote to publish as first public working draft (FPWD)?
  2. Check-in from a member of each team. (See deliverables list)
    1. Data quality vocabulary (Bart or Antoine)
    2. Data usage vocabulary (Bernadette or Eric S)
    3. Schedule a separate call for vocabulary conversations?
    4. BP: URI design (Newton, MTCarrasco)
    5. BP: Core vocabularies (Bart)
    6. BP: Guidance on metadata (Laufer)
    7. BP: Versions of datasets (Flavio or Newton)
    8. BP: controlled vocabularies accessible as URI sets (Mark or Antoine)
    9. BP: Technical factors for consideration when choosing data sets for publication (Nathalia or Flavio)
    10. BP: Technical factors affecting potential use of open data for innovation, efficiency and commercial exploitation (Yaso)
    11. BP: Data preservation (Phil or Christophe)
  3. Review the open actions to be completed for this week
    • These will cover all four deliverables: Use cases, Data quality vocab, Data usage vocab, Best practices
  4. Review what needs to be done for next week
  5. Community update from Steve

The IRC Bots

  W3C Telecon Resources:
  Zakim instructions in English
  Basic instructions in Portuguese

To start the meeting, check that trackbot is in the IRC channel (it usually is). If not, type:

/invite trackbot

Then you can type:

trackbot, start meeting

That should invite zakim and RRSAgent and generally get things ready to go. If it fails for any reason, you'll need to do things manually that trackbot does automatically. At the start of the meeting check that the following bots are running in IRC:

If any are not in the room, type /invite and then the name of the bot

Remember that the zakim bot is not tied to the WebEx audio so it no longer automatically records who is present, can't tell you who is noisy, can't mute people etc.

If you had to invite RRSAgent manually, during the meeting you need to set the access permissions on the chat log with this command:

RRSAgent, make logs public

Everything else is automatic since we use CommonScribe


Minuteshttp://www.w3.org/2013/meeting/dwbp/2014-05-30 +
ScribePhil +
SubjectVote on Use cases to FPWD; Deliverables check-in & action items +
TypeTelecon +
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May 30, 2014 +