Wednesday and thursday we had a smaller Nepomuk meeting in Paris to synchronise the Semantic Desktop backbone architecture with the plans of some Nepomuk Partners. Thomas Roth-Berfghofer and myself went to see Mikhail Kotelnikov, Alexander Polonsky, and Stéphane Laurière. The first two are from cognium systems and are working on a software to support bioscientists with Semantic Desktop technology, the latter is working for Edge-IT, who provide services to the Mandriva Linux community (the mandriva club).
Meeting was very productive, getting practitioners and scientists together to see how the Semantic Desktop can help people at large. Photos of the meeting are here:
Looking forward to our upcoming Semantic Desktop hack next week and the big Nepomuk Meeting at the beginning of may, people come together now on Semantic Web.