Meeting Notes 20101103 NEMO consortium meeting - ERP pattern defs

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  • Convened by: NEMO consortium
  • Presenter: Everyone
  • Notes by: Gwen Frishkoff
  • Where: WebEx
  • Attendees: Gwen, Snezana, Tim C. & Chris B., Stephanie C., Kerry K., Alex B., Dennis M., Srinivas K., Caitlin H.

Contents

Agenda

The goal for this meeting was to update partners on progress with ERP pattern classification and to request help with next steps.

Minutes

  • Gwen described the structure of the ERP pattern definitions doc, which we are collaboratively editing via Google:

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  • Gwen also illustrated how ERP pattern rules are coded in NEMO owl files and used for data classification within Protege.

Action items

  • Partners: Please set up SVN links to NEMO sourceforge repository:

svn co https://nemoontologies.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/nemoontologies nemoontologies

For Mac users who like to use a GUI rather than command line interface, consider purchasing the shareware, Versions: http://versionsapp.com/.

Please contact Gwen (gfrishkoff@gsu.edu )or Jason (sydes (at) cs.uoregon.edu) or both for assistance.

  • Partners: Please join working session (via WebEx) on Wed. at Noon, Nov. 10. We need your and/or your data analyst's help in developing and vetting ERP pattern definitions. Please contact Gwen (gfrishkoff@gsu.edu) if you can't attend this meeting, so we can set up another time to talk.
  • All: Please respond ASAP to Doodle poll to indicate your availability for next NEMO All-Hands meeting: http://www.doodle.com/4k8krubrutpzk257
  • Please contribute to the definitions for 3-5 ERP patterns:

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WebEx Recorded Archive

If you wish to review the recording of the web conference, click the link below:

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NEMO core meeting-20101103 1830-1 Wednesday, November 3, 2010 4:29 PM New York Time 1 hour 45 minutes

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