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RE: [ba-unrev-talk] Technical Ontologies Considered Harmful

I would recommend that in addition to blogging, you should post
comments, so that your views are registered in the OASIS archives. See
the end of Dennis' post below, which gives the pointers and the final
statement, copied here is:    (01)

"Comments are welcome and encouraged from all interested parties.
should be submitted to the humanmarkup comment list at
humanmarkup-comment@lists.oasis-open.org. "    (02)

Just last Thursday Jon Bosak had a conference call with Doug and the
Bootstrap Alliance group where we started to understand from him the ins
and outs of forming a hyperscope technical committee in OASIS.    (03)

In that call, he highlighted the ability for PUBLIC comments on the
standards. You do not have to be an organizational or individual member
of OASIS for your views to be registered.     (04)

I think it is important that members of BA-Unrev who have concerns about
the Human markup language to go ahead and post to the human-mark-up
public comment list mentioned above. For those of you who do post,
please send your post to BA-unrev, I'm sure there will be others, like
myself who are interested in what our community says in this critical
and important interchange arena where philosophy meets computer
engineering.    (05)

Mei Lin Fung    (06)

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-ba-unrev-talk@bootstrap.org
[mailto:owner-ba-unrev-talk@bootstrap.org] On Behalf Of Dennis E.
Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 2:12 PM
To: Bootstrap Alliance Unrev
Subject: [ba-unrev-talk] Technical Ontologies Considered Harmful    (07)

I just received something off of a government list server that threw me.
really thought that the announcement of "Human Markup Language" was a
of some kind.  I really did.    (08)

I gather it is not.  I am very concerned.  I blogged what I saw and what
bothers me as well as I could at    (09)

http://nfocentrale.net/orcmid/blog/2002_11_24_lair-chive.asp#85127383    (010)

and I would love to have a way to make what I see as the error of this
clear.    (011)

-- orcmid    (012)

Dennis E. Hamilton
tel. +1-206-932-6970
cell +1-206-779-9430
     The Miser Project: http://miser-theory.info/
     AIIM DMware: http://DMware.info/    (013)

-----Original Message-----
From: CIO Council XML Working Group (XMLWG)
[mailto:XMLWG@LISTSERV.GSA.GOV]On Behalf Of Ranjeeth Kumar Thunga
Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 06:10
Subject: [XMLWG] HumanMarkup - Primary Base Specification 1.0 available
for Public Comments    (014)

To XML WG members:    (015)

I am posting the following announcement, originally posted by Karl Best
OASIS, regarding the availability of the HumanMarkup Primary Base Schema
1.0 for public comments.  All persons are very much encouraged to
feedback on the specifications during this time period...details below.    (016)

Ranjeeth Kumar Thunga
OASIS HumanMarkup TC - Chair
(917) 494-1684 (m)
rkthunga@humanmarkup.og    (017)

------    (018)

The chair and vice-chair of the OASIS HumanMarkup Technical Committee
pleased to announce that the Technical Committee has voted unanimously
approve its huml-primary-base-1.0 document as a Committee Specification.    (019)

The HumanMarkup TC also voted to begin the process of moving the
specification to an OASIS Standard by initiating a 30-day public review
period with respect to the huml-primary-base-1.0 Committee
in accordance with Section 2 of the OASIS Technical Committee Process
document (http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/process.shtml).    (020)

The public review period extends from
     Tuesday, November 12, 2002, until
     Thursday, December 12, 2002 (inclusive).    (021)

The specification and accompanying schema document may be found at    (022)

Human Markup Language Primary Base Specification 1.0    (023)

1.0.xsd    (024)

Spec-1.0.doc    (025)

Spec-1.0.html    (026)

Spec-1.0.pdf    (027)

or from the HumanMarkup Web site at
http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/humanmarkup    (028)

Comments are welcome and encouraged from all interested parties.
should be submitted to the humanmarkup comment list at
humanmarkup-comment@lists.oasis-open.org.    (029)

(OASIS comment lists no longer require subscription, but you will be
required by the mail server to return a token to confirm your message.)    (030)

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