[seek-dev] New Organization for SEEK CVS
rwilliams at nceas.ucsb.edu
Thu Nov 6 11:26:51 PST 2003
Hi Shawn -
The reorganization of the ontologies was much needed, but you are correct
that the Protege projects no longer correctly reference each other. Also in
Protege v1.x, all projects that reference one another have to be in the same
directory. Fortunately, Protege 2.0 allows reference across directories. I
noticed your restructuring yesterday evening, and I am currently switching
all the ontologies over to Protege 2 and fixing all the references. This
should be checked in later today. Protege2 is still in beta, but I've been
using it and monitoring the mailing list for bug reports, and it is
reasonably stable. The only downside is that some of the plugins are not
yet available, but the upside is that stable OWL support is getting close
(namespace support just got added and needs some time to be tested).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: seek-dev-admin at ecoinformatics.org
> [mailto:seek-dev-admin at ecoinformatics.org]On Behalf Of Shawn Bowers
> Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 10:56 AM
> To: seek-dev at ecoinformatics.org
> Subject: [seek-dev] New Organization for SEEK CVS
> Hi everyone,
> We have just merged the "kr" and "sms" sub-directories in CVS under the
> seek/projects directory. The new, merged directory is now called
> to reflect the connection between the two efforts.
> Within kr-sms there are currently three subdirectories: docs, ontologies,
> and presentations.
> The docs directory is for white papers, reports, working papers, published
> papers, etc., that we write concerning kr and sms. Currently, there are
> only three documents in the directory. Two early technical notes by Rich
> Williams and a Workshop paper by Bertram and I. We may want to further
> organize this directory as we write more papers and such.
> Within the presentations directory, there is currently only one
> sub-directory called SantaBarbaraOct2003. This directory contains the
> slides I presented at the SB all-hands meeting and the slides from the
> breakout session. Rich, you may want to upload some of your
> ontology/protege slides, e.g., from Santa Barabara and from ABQ (I
> think I have some slides from ABQ that I can add as well).
> The ontologies directory went through a major reorganization. It now
> contains a sub-directory for each ontology domain including CarbonFlux,
> EcologicalConcepts, Scaling, and so on. We (Mark, Matt, and I) felt this
> organization would be easier to manage as more ontologies are written, and
> would help others find relevant ontologies. One glitch with the
> organization is that I don't believe the protege projects will properly
> reference each other. Hopefully that doesn't mess anyone up too badly.
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