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Thursday, January 28 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
SWEET Ontology Suite Working Session

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This session offers a hands-on working agenda for SWEET community members.

Audience
In order to focus on work items, this session targets people who are already familiar with the SWEET ontology. This session will NOT provide an introduction to ontology engineering or the semantic technologies ecosystem.
 

 Preparation
Prior to the session we will have prioritized a handful of Github issues we want to work through. Issues should be labeled with #esipwinter2021To align with the ESIP Meeting theme 'Leading Innovation in Earth Science Data Frontiers', issues focusing on INTEROPERABILITY will be prioritized. Please feel free to create issues and label them appropriately.

Agenda Introduce the session structure Est. time: 5
Landform introduction (Gary Berg-Cross) Est. time: 5
Part 1 - Prioritizing SWEET work

Slido poll #1 Which open Github issue is most important to you? Est. time: 5 min
BREAKOUT #1 Vote with your feet. Join the breakout of interest. Est. time: ~10 min
FEEDBACK #1 - Breakout representative briefs larger group on breakout outcomes; allow time for comments from broader group Est. time: 15-20 min
Part 2 - SWEET Community and Project Governance

Slido poll #2 Which community and/or project governance issues are of concern to you? Est. time: 5 min
BREAKOUT #2 VOTE with your feet. Join breakout of interest. Est. time: ~10 min
FEEDBACK #2 - Breakout representative briefs larger group on breakout outcomes; allow time for comments from broader group Est. time: 15-20 min
SURVEY FEEDBACK/CONCLUSION – Brandon provides commentary of the SWEET survey responses so far. Est time: ~5-10 min

Outcomes
  1. We will have identied community governance issues and built consensus on how to address them. Decisions will be recorded in the Github issue - [GOVERNANCE] Project and Community Governance Issues.
  2. We will have strategized solutions for current development activities. These will be documented in Github. Maybe even grouped and prioritized as a Github project.

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Speakers
avatar for Lewis McGibbney

Lewis McGibbney

Enterprise Search Technologist III, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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Simon Cox

Research Scientist, CSIRO
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Gary Berg-Cross

Consultant, Ontolog Board Member
Cognitive Psychologist and long-time data and knowledge engineer. Board member of the Ontolog Forum. Activities including hosting VoCamps to develop modular ontologies and harmonize semantics between terminologies, conceptual models and ontologies.
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brandon whitehead

environmental data scientist, Manaaki Whenua -- Landcare Research


Thursday January 28, 2021 4:00pm - 5:30pm EST
Room 5