1.0 WWW: 15 Percent
1.1 Maintain www.daml.org web site
1.2 Add WWW query interface to DAML Crawler cache
Collaborator: Teknowledge, Palo Alto
1.3 Provide DAML versions of Ontology Library, Crawler results, tools, site statistics, etc.
1.4 Use WebScripter for reports (e.g., Ontology Library and Crawler statistics)
2.0 Lab: 10 Percent
2.1 Maintain DAML Lab
2.2 Install various demonstrations in Lab as they become robust enough to stand alone
3.0 Software development - tools and demos: 20 Percent
3.1 Develop DAML Validator
Deliverable: beta release - 2001-04-15
3.2 Continue development of PalmDAML
Deliverable: hardened release - 2001-04-01
3.3 Serve as "earliest adopter" in testing and using DAML-developed technologies
4.0 Commitees: 10 Percent
4.1 Joint DAML Language Committee: chair, record and participate
4.2 Participate in RDF Core Working Group
5.0 Meetings: 10 Percent
5.1 DII COE SSD-MD (XML) subpanel meeting: 2001-04-26
5.2 AFCEA Information Superiority Workshop: 2001-06-12
Deliverable: PowerPoint presentation: 2001-05-05
5.3 Help plan and coordinate August DAML PI meeting
6.0 Transition: 20 Percent
6.1 Operate firstname.lastname@example.org
Collaborators: various experts, as needed
6.2 Develop DAML FAQ and other WWW-based training materials
Collaborators: Joint Committee, various experts, as needed
6.3 Develop a proof-of-concept interface to CALL DB, using the CALL Thesaurus, UJTL, and/or Mike Dean's operations ontology.
Collaborators: CALL, DRC and Pete Haglich
6.4 Coordinate with Horus developers
Collaborators: BBN, Sterling, ISX
6.5 Explore use of DAML in the representation of military deployment information - with an initial focus on geo-location. There is a very large user community for this information and previous solution attempts at consolidating the relationships between various representations of geo-location information have not been successful.
Collaborators: US Transportation Command, Joint Staff
6.6 Explore use of DAML as an adjunct to the HR-XML Consortium XML resume schema. Addition of a DAML resume ontology could add a rich relationship expressiveness to augment the existing XML resume schema. Active Templates GUI could be used to provide a template for the combined XML and DAML markup of instances of resumes.
7.0 Management: 5 Percent
7.1 Project planning, manpower management, tracking and reporting.
8.0 Reserve: 10 Percent
8.1 Respond to new ideas and opportunities as they arise.