Re: Developing a standard for an ontology registry/repository
But various people involved with these ontology projects have
been debating, analyzing, building, examining, and studying
ontologies, applications of ontologies, and requirements for
sharing and reusing them for over 20 years.
yes but 'ontology requirements for sharing and reusing them'
are one thing, the 'project requirement for a repository/registry' is another
The SUO project and mailing list was started in 2000, and
there seems to be a consensus that a registry/repository
system would be a useful product. We have some vague
proposals along those lines, and the time seems ripe for
developing them further.
thats where project management techniques come handy, to help
manage the resources (what we have got so far) to achieve the goal (which needs to be well understood,defined and agreed upon, before starting - but also kept reasonably open at one end)