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Review of OBO Foundry Principles at the OBO Foundry Workshop 2009

After the recent posts (listed here) in the lead-up to the OBO Foundry workshop, Duncan Hull, Melanie Courtot, and Frank Gibson led a discussion about the current state of the OBO Foundry principles yesterday.

The results of the discussion can be found on the OBO Foundry Wiki page.  It looks like there was a really positive outcome for this section of the workshop, with a lot of good points being raised. I encourage you all to go to this page, and then scroll down to the section entitled “Review of OBO Foundry Principle – Duncan Hull, Frank Gibson, Melanie Courtot”.

Thanks to Susanna-Assunta Sansone for taking the fabulous notes for both days!

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  1. June 9, 2009 at 14:11

    Hi Ally, thanks for blogging this, Susanna wrote some extensive notes (and the slides should be online soon too). I don’t mind admitting it was pretty scary getting up in front of Suzi Lewis, Chris Mungall and Barry Smith and talking about OWL vs. OBO – its a touchy subject. But they responded to our critique very positively and took on board what us Young Guns (with blogs) were saying.

    • June 9, 2009 at 14:23

      Glad that it went so well – that’s certainly how it seemed from Susanna’s notes. I’ve read the notes for both days, and it certainly seems like a lot was done. Glad us bloggers could help! Looking forward to similar notes on the OBI workshop :)

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