- conference website: position papers
- twitter feed: #LEDP
- irc channel log/scribe: first day and second day
- In this workshop Eric presented ideas I want to understand better: Combining XACML (eXtensible Access Control Markup Language) with SPIN rules in SPARQL queries. Eric's Position paper: SPARQL Access Policies, and presentation: Access Control Landscape. Controlling READ/WRITE of information as sets
- An paper from 2008 co-authored by Eric that I have found very useful: Policy Mediation to Enable Collaborative Use of Sensitive Data
- Identity Crisis in Linked Data, co-authored by Ora Lassila (@gotsemantic), Nokia, and also one of the auhors of the famous Scientific American article on semantic web from 2001
- Diverted URI Pattern, co-authored by David Wood (@prototypo), and also the editor of the great book Linking Enterprise Data.
davidw: Where RDF really shines is in crossing silos, connecting things where traditional approaches have left off.
davidw: Some orgs that have succeeded well (DoD, O'Reilly), they built a new team and hire ontologists if they need them, they get consultants in, they build a skunk works to do that bit between the silos. They leave the DBAs in place, because the DBA stuff still needs to get done.
davidw: And they have consultants/new team to build out that bridging infrastructure. You're not going to convert your silo folks -- really good at silos -- into data integration folks.
Allen: That's what we're doing, with a startup group, showing we can solve this interop problem.
Allen: When people see this, they perk up, and want to know more.