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Subject:

Re: canceling tomorrow's kernel/kap call

From:

"John A. Kunze" <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Dublin Core Kernel Application Profile list <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Fri, 21 Dec 2007 13:07:54 -0800

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OK, it looks like our next call will be 24 January 2008, the usual time,

	6am California (John, Adrian)
	8am Chicago (Charles), Texas (Bill, Jane)
	2pm UK (Pete)
	3pm Berlin (Tom)
	10:30pm Adelaide (Jon)

with the  usual access code,

	9879231

which you give after dialing one of these numbers:

	Toll-Free US Dial:       866-740-1260
	Toll-Free Australia Dial:  1800003814
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Happy Holidays to everyone and talk to you next year!

-John


--- On Wed, 19 Dec 2007, John A. Kunze wrote:
> Sorry for the short notice, but I need to cancel the KAP conference
> call scheduled for tomorrow.  I've developed a nasty cold and with
> the end of the year rush I have little report anyway.
> 
> Can we reschedule for Jan 24?  Please let me know.
> Jan 17 and Jan 31 are also options.
> 
> -John
> 
> 
> --- On Thu, 29 Nov 2007, John A. Kunze wrote:
> > Please mark your calendars for our next KAP call December 20
> > at the usual time.
> > 
> > 	6am California (John, Adrian)
> > 	8am Chicago (Charles), Texas (Bill, Jane)
> > 	2pm UK (Pete)
> > 	3pm Berlin (Tom)
> > 	10:30pm Adelaide (Jon)
> > 
> > Notes from today's call have been posted to the wiki and are
> > included below.  Please make additions and corrections on the
> > wiki or send them to me.
> > 
> > -John
> > 
> > 
> > ---- Notes from 2007.11.29 KAP Task Group Conference Call ----
> > 
> >     * Reminder of new mailing list:  [log in to unmask]
> > 
> >     * Discussion of Jane's parallel writing system followup; interesting implications seen for the evolution of the Kernel spec, but with no known impact on the Kernel Application Profile
> > 
> >     * Review of KAP draft V1.0, as follows:
> >     
> >     * Adrian walked group through the document, noting that much of the structure was due to the Simple Dublin Core AP from which it had been copied
> > 
> >     * A number of terms (eg, Language and URI constraints, Literal vs non-Literal) and features (Creator Max Occurs = 2?) were not well-understood and will require some homework
> >     
> >     * Discussion of Tom's email, acknowledgement that when mapping Kernel to DC, there must be an indication of when a Kernel element refines a DC element; the use of "ark:" as a namespace in Tom's example is probably misleading
> > 
> >     * Question of whether we're working on a Kernel or an ERC application profile; answer is that both the Kernel and the ERC supply constraints; now the question is what to call it -- eg, continue using "Kernel Application Profile"?
> > 
> >     * Action items: Charles will look into how to apply an RDF Schema; Adrian will push out another draft after followup with Tom
> > 
> >     * The group's next call will be Thursday, 20 December for 60 minutes
> > 
> > === Attending: ===
> > Charles Blair, Jane Huang, Adrian Turner, John Kunze 
> > 
> > 
> > > 
> > > > ---- Notes from 2007.10.25 KAP Task Group Conference Call ----
> > > > 
> > > >  * Adrian and John to create strawman application profile (AP) using the Kernel term URIs defined in the Kernel spec
> > > > 
> > > >  * Bill suggested (again) that we need to clarify whether it is the ERC or the Kernel that is the subject of the AP; discussion resulted in an understanding that the AP must comprehend constraint and/or prescription from both; the Kernel dictates value rules for any Kernel elements that appear while the ERC dictates that "this object description will contain four specific Kernel elements at a minimum"; it is not yet clear what impact this has on the AP or on naming (eg, should we be working on an "ERC AP" instead of a "Kernel AP"?)
> > > > 
> > > >  * Adrian seeking to understand ("eliminate from our enquiry") whether the AP can be created by simply mapping Kernel to DC and then pointing to the "Simple DC AP"; [ simple Kernel profile linked now from wiki http://knowware.nada.kth.se/DCWiki/SimpleDublinCore ]
> > > > 
> > > >  * Specification status: published as Internet-Draft [after removing the confusing instance-erc story]
> > > > 
> > > >  * Action items: group to look over and comment on Jon Mason's slide, Adrian's crosswalk; Jane to comment on parallel writing system requirements; John and Adrian to produce strawman
> > > > 
> > 
> 

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