Thursday, May 10, 2007

I am at WWW2007 only for today (Thursday) after attending the W3C meeting on Sunday -- Tuesday. I must say that I regret not registering for the rest of the WWW2007 conference, as it has moved to what I believe to be a more relevant, robust venue for web research and activities.

This morning I attended the panel session "Building a Semantic Web in Which Our Data Can Participate" session, moderated by Paul Miller of Talis, with panelists
  • Steve Coast (OpenStreetMap)
  • Peter Murray-Rust (University of Cambridge)
  • Rob Styles (Talis)
  • Jamie Taylor (Metaweb)
It was a very good panel, although the discussion revolved more around getting access to data as opposed the the Semantic Web aspect.

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