[open-linguistics] Next telco Thursday, July 2nd, 10am CET (Berlin time)

Yoshihiko Hayashi hayashi at lang.osaka-u.ac.jp
Thu Jun 25 09:04:11 UTC 2015

Dear list members,

This is the first time for me to post a message to this list. This
message is written to ask for a discussion on the venue of LDL-2016 at
the next week or future telco.

My colleagues in Japan (Dr. Seiji Koide, and Prof. Hideaki Takeda of
NII) and myself would like to present bids to host LDL-2016 as one of
the co-located workshops of ISWC-2016, which will be held in Kobe,
Japan, during 16-20 October, 2016. As you may know, ISWC is a top
conference in the semantic Web field, the workshop selection might be
selective. Still it would be a great opportunity for us to demonstrate
a range of activities in the LDL area.

As you might know, Kobe is a nice city located in Kansai (west) area
of Japan, not far from famous cities like Kyoto, Nara, or Osaka.

As far as I've heard from Prof. Hiedaki Takeda, who will serve as the
local chair of ISWC-2016, the call for workshop proposal will be
issued around mid-March, 2016, meaning that we have time to deepen the

This message has been cc-ed to Dr. Seiji Koide, and Prof. HIdeaki
Tkaeda: we invite any questions you might have to push for moving
ahead on this direction.

Best regards,
-- Yoshihiko Hayashi, Professor, Dr.Eng.
Graduate Program for Embodiment Informatics,
School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University
Address: 2-4-12 Okubo, Shinjuku, 169-0072, Japan
mailto:yshk.hayashi at aoni.waseda.jp

2015-06-23 8:06 GMT+09:00 Christian Chiarcos <christian.chiarcos at web.de>:
> Dear all,
> some time has passed, again, and we should gather for a skype call for updates and upcoming events. I would suggest the regular time slot on Thursday 10:00am CET (Berlin time) for *next week*, i.e., July 2nd.
> Topics include:
> - organizational issues
> - wrapping up the discussions on "linguistic relevance" and LLOD cloud resource categories
> - LLOD cloud diagram status and metadata management with linghub/datahub
> - impressions from last week's Summer Datathon on Linguistic Linked Open Data (SD-LLOD-15, Cercedilla, Spain, http://datathon.lider-project.eu/)
> - developments at the W3C Community Groups
> - events on Linguistic Linked Open Data in July, e.g.,
> (a) the 2015.EUROLAN Summer School on Linguistic Linked Open Data (13 - 25 July 2015, Sibiu, Romania, http://eurolan.info.uaic.ro/2015/)
> (b) the Workshop on Development of Linguistic Linked Open Data (LLOD) Resources for Collaborative Data-Intensive Research in the Language Sciences at the Linguistic Society of America Summer Institute (25 - 26 July, Chicago, http://quijote.fdi.ucm.es:8084/LLOD-LSASummerWorkshop2015/Program.html)
> (c) our 4th Workshop on Linked Data in Linguistics (LDL-2015) at ACL-2015 (Beijing, 31 July, http://ldl2015.linguistic-lod.org/)
> [That will be a busy month for some of us ;)]
> As always, new members and colleagues generally intrested in linked and/or open linguistic resources are encouraged to introduce themselves at the telco. I will call to the same group of people as last time. In case you want to participate but didn't so at the last skype calls, please contact me (christian.chiarcos) in advance via skype with your details and an open-linguistics related message. Also, regular participants should let me know in case they can't make it this time.
> I will update wiki minutes for the last telcos and the etherpad after July 1st and send a reminder to the list, then.
> Best,
> Christian
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