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Subject: Re: [geolang] GeoLang Meeting at XML 2003?


Steve Pepper wrote:
> Patrick wrote:
> | In order to increase the number of possible attendees, I would suggest 
> | that we agree on a meeting of GeoLang during the XML 2003 conference.
> | 
> | ...
> | 
> | Suggestion: Tuesday or Thursday (SC34 plenary is usually on Wednesday if 
> | memory serves) night meeting, say from 8 - 9 PM?
> We should certainly start thinking about how to attract more
> interest. Not sure whether the best way to do it is through
> holding the actual working meeting during the conference. Why
> not rather ask the organizers for a slot at which we can
> present the work of all three committees? A Standards Update
> just on Published Subjects, as a late-breaking session during
> normal conference hours.
Errr, some confusion on this end. A standards update on all three 
(GeoLang, PubSubj, XMLVoc) or just on Published Subjects? Agree that 
Published Subjects would be the most appropriate of the three for a 
single session.

Does presume that we have more than the current work product to discuss.

Suspect that we could get a late-breaking session for Published 
Subjects. (Rather like the idea of getting into the main conference 
program. Great suggestion!)

> No reason why we couldn't do that *and* have a working group
> meeting on the Thursday evening, for that matter. (I'm likely
> to be doing a TAO of Topic Maps on the Tuesday evening.)

Would be very good if we got an early (in the conference schedule) 
late-breaking slot and had the working group meeting later in the 

OK, one request for Thursday night for a possible working group meeting, 
any others?

Hope you are having a great day!


> Steve
> --
> Steve Pepper <pepper@ontopia.net>
> Chief Executive Officer, Ontopia
> Convenor, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 34/WG 3
> Editor, XTM (XML Topic Maps 1.0)
> You may leave a Technical Committee at any time by visiting http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/geolang/members/leave_workgroup.php

Patrick Durusau
Director of Research and Development
Society of Biblical Literature
Chair, V1 - Text Processing: Office and Publishing Systems Interface
Co-Editor, ISO 13250, Topic Maps -- Reference Model

Topic Maps: Human, not artificial, intelligence at work!

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