DAML Principal Investigators Meeting - May 2004

From: mgreaves (mgreaves@darpa.mil)
Date: 03/18/04

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    This is the official announcement of the next DARPA Agent Markup Language
    (DAML) Program Principal Investigators (PI) meeting. It will be held at The
    Westin New York at Time Square in New York City on Tuesday and Wednesday,
    25-26 May, 2004.  These dates were chosen to minimize the total travel
    "away" times for those attending the DAML PI meeting as well as the Semantic
    Web Services Initiative (SWSI) Face-to-Face (F2F) Meeting (23-24 May) and
    WWW2004 Conference (17-22 May).
    Attendance is open to the DAML and W3C communities, as well as to
    prospective government user organizations.  Requests for other attendees
    should be addressed to Cola Atkinson (703-284-1313, catkinson@bbn.com), Jack
    Howard (703-516-6021, jhoward@snap.org) or me.
    Significant meeting goals are to review program and performer progress to
    date with respect to the 4 thrust areas that I outlined in the last meeting,
    assess the strategy for bringing the DAML program to a successful
    conclusion, and help me come up with a structure and set of goals for a
    potential follow-on program to DAML.  I will provide additional guidance on
    agenda and briefing preparation in another message.
    A web site providing additional information and on-line registration is
    available at the URL below. The site is password protected. Please do not
    distribute the password information outside the DAML and W3C communities
    unless approved by me.
    Username: daml2004
    Password: d*ny3
    https://www.schafertmd.com/daml2004/ <https://www.schafertmd.com/daml2004/> 
    Technology demonstrations will be conducted the evening of Tuesday, 25 May.
    Demonstrations are encouraged, however, only new demonstrations and those
    demonstrations from the previous PI meeting which have shown significant
    progress should be presented. (That is, if your demo has not changed
    significantly from the last meeting, please do not demo it at this meeting.)
    Also, unless your demonstration is completely in OWL, don't even bother.
    Please contact Jack Howard with your requirements (number of tables, easels,
    internet connectivity, etc.) for your demonstration. A wireless LAN with
    internet connectivity will be available for the general sessions and for the
    demonstrations, however, each attendee should bring his/her own wireless LAN
    card (802.11b compatible). 
    Please don't hesitate to contact Jack or myself if you have any questions or
    suggestions about the meeting.  See you there!
    Dr. Mark Greaves
    3701 N. Fairfax Drive
    Arlington, VA   22203
    (703) 526-6623   (voice)
    (703) 741-7800   (fax)

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