- 1 Participants
- 2 Logistics
- 3 Location
- 4 Travel Information
- 5 Lodging
- 6 Objectives
- 7 Agenda
- 8 Outcome
1.1 Confirmed participants
|Name||Attending dinner on 7th||Special food needs (vegetarian/vegan/etc.)|
|Tadej Štajner (JSI, host)||Yes|
|Karl Fritsche (Cocomore)||Yes|
|Yves Savourel (ENLASO)||Yes|
|Felix Sasaki (DFKI / W3C)||Yes|
|Jirka Kosek (UEP)||Yes|
|Milan Karásek (MORAVIA)||Yes|
|Pedro L. Díez Orzas (Linguaserve)||Yes|
|Pablo Nieto (Linguaserve)||Yes|
|Mauricio del Olmo (Linguaserve)||Yes|
|David Filip (UL)||Yes||bacontarian|
|Dave Lewis (TCD)||Yes|
|Phil Ritchie (VistaTEC) 90% coming||Yes|
|Arle Lommel (DFKI)||Yes|
1.2 Remote participants and dial-in info
- Ankit Srivastava (DCU)
- Tatiana Gornostay, Mārcis Pinnis (Tilde), dial in for the TAAS demo
- Dom Jones (TCD), Philip Oduffy (UL), Sean Mooney (UL), dial-in for the implementers session
We will use the regular gotomeeting bridge, see dial in info
- Dates: 7-8 May 2013
- Location: Hotel Park, Cankarjeva cesta 15, Bled, Slovenia
- Host: JSI
- Emergency contact (Tadej): +386 40 504 984
- Go to http://irc.w3.org/
- Enter your user name and the channel #mlw-lt
- We will use IRC for discussions with external participants and for scribing
Hotel Park, Bled
Local form of address:
Hotel Park, Cankarjeva cesta 15, 4260 Bled, Slovenia
3.2 Dinner on May 7th
The dinner will be at the restaurant Union, a short walk (uphill) from the hotel venue. Here's the location: 
4 Travel Information
4.1 How to get there
4.1.1 Getting to Slovenia
- Airplane: Slovenia’s national carrier Adria Airways offers regular schedule flights to most major European cities. Ljubljana airport is linked to Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna, Zurich, Brussels, Paris, Barcelona, London, Dublin, Manchester, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Moscow, Skopje, Sarajevo, Ohrid, Tirana, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Podgorica, Prague, Priština and others. Also numerous other carriers offer regular flights to Slovenia: Air France, Turkish Airlines, Montenegro Airlines, JAT Airways and Czech Airlines. In addition, EasyJet flies from London Stansted to Ljubljana once a day.
- Bus: It is also possible to reach Slovenia from neighbouring countries by bus. International bus transport is well organized and relatively inexpensive. The timetables and other information can be found at the web address of local bus transport agency.
- Car: You can get to know a country best if you visit it by car. You can reach Slovenia via one of the border crossings with Italy, Austria, Hungary or Croatia, or you can rent a car in one of our car rental agencies. Slovenia’s highways are good and clearly signposted; beside the roads you will find rest stops, inns with overnight accommodation, and motels.
- Train: Lesce - Bled railway station, which is on the route between Munich, Salzburg, Villach, Ljubljana, Belgrade, Athens and Istanbul, is just 4 km from Bled.
Border formalities are none since Slovenia is a part of Schengen Area and correspond to the European standards. Citizens of member countries of the European Union, Croatia, and Switzerland can cross the border with a valid personal identification document, but the visit cannot be longer than thirty days.
4.1.2 Getting to Bled
Bled, is a small town with 5.600 inhabitants is located 35 km from the Ljubljana Airport. The Park Hotel offers shuttle transfers for participants of the meeting. You can book a shuttle together with accommodation on the hotel reservation form.
5.1 Hotel Information
We have reserved a block of rooms at the Park Hotel Bled ****.
Please book at this hotel unless you have a reason not to.
HOTEL PARK ****
Single room, standard: € 88
Double/twin room, standard: € 110
Single room, lake view: € 103
Double/twin room, lake view: € 128
For making the reservation, please fill in the Hotel registration form.
Reservation deadline is April 5th, 2013.
Other nearby hotels (all walking distance from the Park hotel):
Hotel Golf 4* Cankarjeva 4 SI-4260 Bled Phone: +386 4 579 17 00
Hotel Savica 3* Cankarjeva 6 SI-4260 Bled Phone: +386 4 579 19 00
Hotel Trst 3* C. svobode 12 4260 Bled Phone: +386 4 579 12 86
Hotel Jelovica 3* Cesta Svobode 8 SI4260 Bled Phone: +386-4-5796-000
Hotel Krim 3* Ljubljanska 7 4260 Bled Phone: +386 (4) 579 70 00
- ITS 2.0 Logo (15 min). See latest discussion.
- ITS - XLIFF mapping (120 min). See current draft. On 7 May, 3-4 p.m. CEST+1, Mārcis will dial in to demonstrate ITS 2.0 Enriched Terminology Annotation Showcase. Esp. the XLIFF annotation is relevant for the XLIFF mapping. We will discuss the XLIFF mapping before 3 p.m. so that we can give Mārcis feedback.
- HTML Translate defaults
- ITS 2.0 document review. Divide in three - four groups for 60 min and go through sections, including editing with Arle, Felix, Jirka, Yves. Total time: 120 min.
- Open issues review. 120 min. See goal description.
- Ontology review. See latest draft. Goal: stabilize. 30 min.
- EU project internal: state of deliverables. Be prepared to give an update on your deliverables, due M18 and M21. 120 min.
- Best Practice Document. Be prepared to give an update on your docs. 60 min.
- Outreach efforts. 60 min.
- 1 hour implementers session.
- Time is always Bled local time, that is CEST.
- We may have calls with external participants, e.g. related to HTML translate handling. Depending on the call time the agenda might shift.
- 9:00 Start of the meeting
- 9:15 Issues review
- Divde in four groups and give them issues.
- G1: Tadej, Yves, Pedro. issue 58-73
- G2: Karl, Milan, Felix. issue 74-89
- G3: Jirka, Pablo, Dave. issue 90-105
- G4: Arle, Mauricio, Phil, David. issue 106-123
- Each group checks:
- has the issue been resolved?
- If there was an edit: Do we have an entry in the changelog, and does the edit (if there is one) make sense?
- Is there a response from the reviewer? If not: was the issue minor? If it was major: report back in the 10:00 a.m. session that we need to send a mail.
- If missing: add a pre-defined keyword to tracker so that the disposition of comments looks right.
- Divde in four groups and give them issues.
- 10:00 Reporting: are there any actions needed (edits, mails to commenters, issue resolutions) to leave last call? Part of this: review of open actions. What action is critical to leave last call?
- 10:45 Break
- 11:15 XLIFF mapping. Goal: stabilize the mapping and choose champion to publish as Working Group Note.
- 13:00 Lunch
- 14:00 XLIFF mapping continued
- 14:30 HTML translate handling. Goal: find a resolution. 14:30: call with Robin Berjon (W3C, HTML Editor).
- 15:30 Break
- 16:00 Call with Tilde. Demonstration and discussion of the ITS 2.0 Enriched Terminology Annotation Showcase
- 17:00 Adjourn
19:00 Dinner at Union Restaurant, , Ljubljanska 9, 4290 Bled
Potentially call with PO, tbc.
- issue-89 and related section
- minutes and actions review
- Karl demo
- text analyis serialization wiki page
- ITS and XLIFF section
- 9:00 Best practice documents. NOTE: these documents are now in the ITS IG Wiki, and everyone with a W3C account can edit.
- 9:30 Dial in from Sebastian Hellmann to discuss ITS RDF ontology.
- 10:30 Break
- 11:00 Meeting and upcoming call planning and outreach effort for rest of 2013. Sub topis:
- 12:30 Lunch
- 13:30 EU project internal: state of deliverables. Be prepared to give an update on your deliverables, due M18 and M21. 120 min.
- 15:00 Implementers dial in from UL folks + Dom
- 15:30 Break and adjourn :)