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Subject: Upcoming UIMA TC Telecon (January 10th)

Hi all,

Wednesday Jan 10th, 11AM-12:30 Eastern is our next telecon to discuss the UIMA specification (Call-in Information below).

Soon after the last call I had sent out a white paper for you to take a look out. I attached the white-paper again here for your convenience.

The primary technical goal I have for Wednesday is to briefly discuss the various elements of the specification proposed in the white paper and get feedback on the relevancy and priority of that specification element. It is up to us to figure out how best to proceed and I thought a good starting  point would be to talk about the essential the scope of the specification itself.

I imagine we would follow the order presented in the white-paper and spend 15 mins or so on each proposed element, discussing at high-level the what and the why. For these early discussions we should try to avoid diving too deeply into the details.

Based on some early feedback,  I think one issue we may have in our discussions is differentiating implementation issues, best discussed as part of the Apache project,  from specification issues. Some of this is clear-cut but there are certainly grey areas and areas where implementation issues should influence the spec.

I look forward to our telecon.

Same call-In information as last time.

Toll-free dial-in:                    1-877-421-0018
Toll/International  dial-in:   1-770-615-1379
Tie-line dial-in:                      421-0018
Participant passcode:        150392


David A. Ferrucci, PhD
Senior Manager, Semantic Analysis & Integration
Lead Architect,  UIMA
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
19 Skyline Drive, Hawthorne, NY 10532
Tel: 914-784-7847, 8/863-7847

UIMA_Towards a Standard WhitePaper_Unlocked.pdf

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