The DARPA Agent Markup Language (DAML) Program officially began in August 2000. The goal of the DAML effort is to develop a language and tools to facilitate the concept of the Semantic Web. Michael Pagels is the DARPA Program Manager for DAML. The DAML program will end in early 2006.
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2006-01-13: Michael Pagels has been named to succeed Bob Popp as DAML Program Manager.
2005-11-07: W3C has announced the creation of the Rule Interchange Format (RIF) Working Group.
2005-09-09: The Semantic Web Services Framework has been acknowledged as a Member Submission by W3C.
2005-05-27: Bob Popp has been named to succeed Mark Greaves as DAML Program Manager.
2005-04-19: Briefings presented at the Semantic Web Applications for National Security (SWANS) conference are now available.
2005-04-11: SWRL FOL has been acknowledged as a Member Submission by W3C.... all announcements
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