[open-linguistics] LREC meeting
christian.chiarcos at web.de
Fri May 4 03:25:01 UTC 2012
Hi Nancy, dear all,
we haven't discussed this yet, but the most obvious candidate would be
either in the lunch break (for the main conference 01:15pm-02:45pm) or in
the evening (after 07:30pm). I set up a doodle poll under
http://www.doodle.com/69fsn3cbhitf7275. The noon option has the advantage
that we might be able to use an LREC room with wifi and thus a possibility
for Skype dial-in.
See you in Istanbul!
On Thu, 03 May 2012 13:16:08 -0700, Nancy Ide <ide at cs.vassar.edu> wrote:
> When would the meeting be at LREC?
> On Apr 30, 2012, at 7:51 PM, Christian Chiarcos wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> the minutes of the telco can be found under http://okfnpad.org/OWLG.
>> Main pieces of information:
>> * we have scheduled another real-life meeting for LREC (21-27th, May)
>> * we try to organize a skype dial-in for non-participants
>> * OWLG I publication (general OWLG overview) is finalized and will be
>> published in the LREC proceedings. Thanks for contributing
>> * OWLG II publication (application of the Linked Data paradigm to
>> non-lexical-semantic resources) is almost finished. We have an informal
>> prolongation, but I try to push it out this week.
>> * Uby released and presented at EACL. John and Judith still interested
>> in an RDF conversion. As soon as this is conducted, Uby will receive a
>> number of bubbles (one for every individual resource) in the diagram.
>> Unfortunately, some of the people who hoped to participate couldn't
>> make it, but provided some input.
>> * Sebastian N. summarized some results of the typology workshop in
>> Leipzig in the etherpad.
>> * Sebastian H. summarized the student projects to convert linguistic
>> resources to RDF (@SH: could you provide some details on this, such as
>> its current status ?)
>> We have a few open questions. At the LDL, Marieke and Antonio
>> volunteered to look out for possibilities for the next OWLG events. Any
>> progress on these ?
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