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2009-11-02

Semantics for the Rest of Us

We had a successful workshop at ISWC 2009 last week, titled "Semantics for the Rest of Us -- Variants of Semantic Web Languages in the Real World" (proceedings). Sandro Hawke from W3C gave the keynote talk, and we also had a panel discussion, chaired by Jim Hendler (my position statement slides are here).

Many thanks to everyone who participated (it was standing room only!). My particular thanks go to Lalana Kagal of MIT who did most of the work to get this workshop together.

Posted by ora at 11:25