Number: EX51 relationship cardinalities Description: A relevant expert will have knowledge in relationship cardinalities between roles in different choreographies. Narrative: In the context of semantic web, the relationships between entities can have different cardinalities and roles. Relevant expert will have an explicit knowledge of such choreographies. Experts in Semantic web are not relevant without explicit knowledge in choreographies. Number: EX52 ontology engineering Description: Find individuals with expertise regarding ontology engineering. Narrative: This topic attempts to find individuals with expertise regarding to ontology engineering. Ontology engineering concerns the whole life-cycle of ontologies, such as ontology construction, ontology learning, ontology mapping, and ontology evolution. We want people with expertise about ontology engineering rather then other things related to ontology. Number: EX53 W3C translation policy Description: I want to find people in charge or knowledgeable about W3C translation policies and procedures. Narrative: I am interested in translating some W3C documents into my native language. I want to find experts on W3C translation policies and procedures. Experts are those persons at W3C who are in charge of the translations issues or know about the procedures and/or the legal issues. I do not consider other translators experts. Number: EX54 xml digital signature Description: Find experts on XML digital signatures. Narrative: The very features that make XML so powerful for business transactions (e.g., semantically rich and structured data, text-based, and Web-ready nature) provide both challenges and opportunities for the application of encryption and digital signature operations to XML-encoded data. XML Signature is a joint effort between the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). In this query, we are looking for people related to research and projects on XML digital signature within W3C. Number: EX55 Semantic Web Rule Language Description: Find experts on the role of the Semantic Web Rule Language (SWRL) in the Semantic Web. Narrative: What are the different approaches to using rule languages in the Semantic Web. Here we are interested in different opinions concerning the role of one of these approaches - SWRL - in Semantic Web activity. Number: EX56 Rich Web Client Description: Identify persons who have expertise on rich web clients. Narrative: An expert must have certain amount knowledge on the Rich Web Client activity. He/she should have the ability to propose or discuss any issues related to rich web client. Number: EX57 OWL Lite Specification Description: Locate individuals with expertise regarding the OWL Lite specification. Narrative: This topic attempts to locate individuals with expertise regarding the OWL Lite specification. Lite is one of three OWL sublanguages. We want people with expertise about the specification of the OWL lite, not just OWL or one of the other sublanguages (DL and Full). Number: EX58 text XML query language Description: Identify persons who have knowledge on supporting full-text search with XML query language Narrative: An expert must have certain amount knowledge on supporting full-text search with XML query language. He/she should have the ability to propose or discuss any issues related to full-text support in any XML query language. Number: EX59 CVS Description: Search for people who have ample experiences deploying and using the CVS (Concurrent Versions System) Narrative: We seek persons of deploying, maintaining and using CVS. The main operations include installing CVS, updating from earlier versions and other version control systems such as RCS, merging, deploying for users, etc. Number: EX60 SOAP security considerations Description: Searching for experts on security considerations of SOAP. Narrative: According to SOAP messaging framework W3C recommendation: "The SOAP Messaging Framework does not directly provide any mechanisms for dealing with access control, confidentiality, integrity and non-repudiation. Such mechanisms can be provided as SOAP extensions using the SOAP extensibility model." Designers and implementors need to take into account security considerations when designing and using such mechanisms. We are looking for experts on this aspect of SOAP who can answer questions and give insightful suggestions Number: EX61 VoiceXML Browser Implementation Description: Locate expertise in the actual implementation of VoiceXML browsers, or at least in the implementation of significant components of such browsers. Narrative: Relevant expertise may include, for example, VoiceXML interpreters, speech grammars caching, text-to-speech, ECMAScript interpreters, but always in the context of a VoiceXML browser implementation. Expertise solely on the VoiceXML standard is not sufficient. Number: EX62 Mereology Description: Find experts in mereology. Narrative: This topic attempts to locate expertise in the area of mereology. Expertise may be demonstrated via discussions of mereological theory or recommendations for practical implementation of mereological relations (e.g. "partOf", "isPartOf") in ontologies such as OWL. Number: EX63 CSS mobile profile Description: Identify experts in CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) for mobile devices. Narrative: An expert develops media-dependent cascading style sheets (CSS) specifically for handheld/mobile devices. Number: EX64 MathML specification Description: Find experts on the specification of Mathematical Markup Language, or MathML for describing mathematical notation and capturing both its structure and content. Narrative: Our interest is limited to candidates that actively participated in the specification of the MathML standard. Number: EX65 RSS Description: Locate experts on RSS (Really Simple Syndication, Rich Site Summary, or RDF Site Summary.) Narrative: We are looking for experts who understand the architecture of RSS, and who participated developing RSS standard, not who just use it. Number: EX66 parsing MathML Description: Identify experts in parsing Mathematical Markup Language, or MathML documents, with or without DTD. Narrative: We are looking for candidates that are knowledgeable about parsing MathML. This may involve expertise on MathML DTD, SGML or XML schema. Number: EX67 Privacy on the Web Description: Look for people who are experts on privacy related issues, including law, policy, and technologies. Narrative: People who publish books or articles concern privacy issues on the Web are relevant experts. People who work on platform for privacy preferences (P3P) are also the relevant experts. Number: EX68 semantic search Description: Find individuals with expertise regarding semantic search. Narrative: This topic attempts to find individuals with expertise regarding to semantic search. Semantic search is a sub-topic of "semantic web" in the document collection. We want people with expertise about the semantic search rather than other sub-topics of semantic web. Number: EX69 CSS3 Description: We are searching for experts in the area of CSS version 3. Narrative: Experts who have general knowledge of CSS should be excluded. Number: EX70 Evaluation and Report Language Description: Seeking an expert on Evaluation and Report Language, a standardized format to facilitate the exchange of test results between web accessibility evaluation tools. Narrative: Experts for this topic include people involved in defining the formal schema of the language as well as expert users of the language. Number: EX71 css floating elements Description: I'm looking for experts on floating elements in CSS. Narrative: I want to learn about different ways of using floating elements in cascading style sheets (CSS). In particular I'm interested in the various ways of positioning HTML elements using the CSS box model and floats. People who just give an example of how one can achieve a particular positioning are not considered experts. I really want to find people who are familiar with the whole range of positioning possibilities. Number: EX72 PNG specification Description: Identify experts on the Portable Network Graphics) image format specification. Narrative: Relevant experts are either authors of documents that describe and specify PNG, or take part in discussions on the mailing lists regarding the specification of the file format. Number: EX73 DOM traversal and range Description: Looking for experts on traversal and range aspect of the DOM model Narrative: According to DOM Level 2 Traversal and Range Specification: "Document Object Model Level 2 Traversal and Range, platform- and language-neutral interfaces that allow programs and scripts to dynamically traverse and identify a range of content in a document", so we are looking for experts on this topic who know both DOM and traversal and range aspects to answer questions and make insightful suggestions. Number: EX74 EMMA Extensible Multimodal Annotation Description: Find experts on EMMA, the Extensible Multimodal Annotation markup language. Narrative: An expert develops EMMA (Extensible Multimodal Annotation markup language) specifications and requirements. Number: EX75 W3Photo Description: This topic attempts to locate individuals with expertise regarding W3Photo. Narrative: This topic attempts to locate individuals in W3Photo with expertise regarding retrieving photos using RDF and HTTP. There are many specifications of W3Photo; we want information on the Vocabularies for W3Photo project. Number: EX76 URI Fragment identifier Description: Look for people who have expertise on the fragment identifier in Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI). Narrative: Fragment identifier can be seen as the identifier appended to a URI with a "#" sign. Here we want to look for people who have written articles on fragment identifier, and have expertise on issues like passing fragment identifiers, fragment identifiers in XML etc. People who only know about URIs in general is not expert. Number: EX77 XML schema test collection Description: Experts on XML schema collection and coordination of test suites for W3C XML Schema processors. Narrative: Expertise on the work and efforts in developing XML schema collections for testing is relevant. Expertise on the XML Schema in general is not relevant. Number: EX78 rdf ontology Description: Find the experts on RDF ontology specification. Narrative: This topic attempts to find individuals with expertise regarding to RDF ontology. RDF ontology is a kind of ontology format which is different from OWL ontology. We want people with expertise about RDF ontology rather than about OWL ontology or other knowledge. Number: EX79 Semantic Web Description: Locate individuals with expertise regarding the Semantic Web. Narrative: This topic attempts to locate individuals with expertise regarding Semantic Web, especially those who had experience on design and developing Semantic Web systems. Number: EX80 User Agent Accessibility Guidelines Description: Locate individuals with expertise regarding user agent accessibility. Narrative: This topic attempts to locate individuals with expertise regarding user agent accessibility. These are guidelines regarding the design of browsers that offer better accessibility to people with disabilities. Number: EX81 Description logics in the Semantic Web Description: Find experts in applications of description logics in web ontology language. Narrative: Here we are not interested in such "technical" details as ontology language syntax, implementation and testing. We are more interested in the expressive power of description logics employed in the Semantic Web. Number: EX82 APPEL A P3P Preference Exchange Language Description: Locate experts in APPEL, A P3P query language to set privacy preferences. Narrative: An expert develops APPEL (A P3P Preferences Exchange Language) specifications for describing sets of user preferences about P3P policies. Number: EX83 Semantic interpretation for speech recognition Description: Experts on defining the syntax and semantics of the contents of tags in the speech recognition grammar specification. Narrative: Expertise on the speech recognition grammar or the semantic interpretation of natural language utterances is relevant. Number: EX84 W3C validation services Description: I want to find people in charge or knowledgeable about the validation services at W3C. Narrative: I want to find experts on the validation services or validation tools at W3C. Experts are those persons at W3C who are in charge of the web standards validation tools (markup, CSS, ...). Developers of such services are also consider experts. I do not consider experts people that know about some specific standard and help spotting user's mistakes. Number: EX85 Timed text specifications Description: I am looking for an expert who could help me answer my questions about timed text specifications. Narrative: Preferably the person should possess knowledge about Timed Text use cases and requirements. The person may not be the member of the working group and still have knowledge of the use cases. Number: EX86 RDF graph serialization Description: Looking for experts on graph serialization aspect of the RDF model. Narrative: The experts need to know both RDF and graph serialization very well, be able to answer questions, and make insightful suggestions. According to "Introduction to RDF metadata": "The essence of RDF is the model of nodes, attributes, and their values. In order to store instances of this model into files or to communicate these instances from one agent to another, we need a graph serialization syntax". Number: EX87 XML Processing Model Description: Search for persons who are experts or researchers on the XML Processing Model. Narrative: A large and growing set of specifications describe processes operating on XML documents. So the proposed experts must understand the specifications which contains requirements on an XML Processing Model and Language for the description of XML process interactions in order to address these issues. Number: EX88 patent policy Description: Experts who are familiar with the W3C patent policy framework. Narrative: Experts who are familiar with the W3C patent policy and standards on the web. Number: EX89 XML interchange Description: Find experts on the issues surrounding XML interchange. Narrative: The Efficient XML Interchange Working Group is chartered to define an alternative encoding of the XML Information Set that addresses at least the minimum requirements identified by the XML Binary Characterization Working Group. There are several approaches to achieve the integration with XML. The Working Group will provide at least one way for the new format to be both recognized as XML by existing parsers and also rejected in a meaningful way, such as by defining a new value for the pseudo-attribute encoding. Number: EX90 CSS test suite Description: Search for people who can make and use the CSS test suite expertly. Narrative: Members of the CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) working group are not relevant without specifically being experts in the test suite. Number: EX91 SVG Accessibility Description: A relevant expert will have knowledge on the accessibility of Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG). Narrative: Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a language for describing two-dimensional graphics and graphical applications in XML. A relevant expert will have knowledge on the accessibility of SVG, in particular in the use of SVG by a restricted ability web user. Someone who is expert only on SVG is not relevant. Number: EX92 Notation 3 Description: This topic attempts to locate individuals with expertise regarding RDF and Notation 3 (N3), specifically its rules and syntax. Narrative: This topic attempts to locate individuals with expertise regarding RDF and readable language for data on the Web, N3. We want information regarding the rules and syntax of N3. Number: EX93 machine translation Description: Find experts who have sufficient knowledge about machine translation. Narrative: Candidates who are selected should have expertise in machine translation, e.g. involved in activities of creating standards for machine translation or developing a machine translation system. People who are doing human translation should be excluded, e.g. translate documents in W3C into non-English languages. Number: EX94 Voice Browser Description: Find specialists with knowledge of implementing a voice browser. Narrative: This topic tries to find out the specialists with knowledge of implementing a voice browser. Speech recognition is a mature technology now which makes a voice browsing possible via telephone. We want the people who can give us enough technical support for implementing a practical voice browser. Number: EX95 XSL Transformations Description: Experts who are familiar with XSL Transformations. Narrative: Experts who are familiar with the language for transforming XML documents into other XML documents (XSLT) or the persons who are developing the standards of this language. Number: EX96 orphaned annotations Description: The expert will show knowledge in orphaned annotations and their use for resources that have been updated. Narrative: Annotations using XPointer can point to resources that have been updated or no longer exist. The expert will show knowledge in orphaned annotations and their use for resources that have been updated. Someone who is expert on XPointer or annotations alone is not relevant. Number: EX97 Device Independence Principles Description: Locate individuals with expertise on Device Independence Principles. Narrative: This topic attempts to locate individuals with expertise on Device Independence Principles. Number: EX98 RDF Semantics Datatype Interpretations Description: Find people who understand how to interpret the semantics of RDF datatypes. Narrative: RDF provides for the use of externally defined datatypes identified by a particular URI reference. In the interests of generality, RDF imposes minimal conditions on a datatype. It also includes a single built-in datatype rdf:XMLLiteral. This semantics for datatypes is minimal. It makes no provision for associating a datatype with a property so that it applies to all values of the property, and does not provide any way of explicitly asserting that a blank node denotes a particular datatype value. Semantic extensions and future versions of RDF may impose more elaborate datatyping conditions. Semantic extensions may also refer to other kinds of information about a datatype, such as orderings of the value space. Number: EX99 P3P for my website Description: I am looking for person who could help me to make my corporate or personal web site P3P compliant. Narrative: I am looking for a person who could help me make my website P3P compliant. People who possess knowledge about P3P validation, deployment etc are relevant. Members of the group who cannot help me with technical details/procedure of how to make my website P3P compliant (i.e. people who only work with the policies, future recommendations etc) are not relevant. Number: EX100 XML Encryption standard Description: Search for experts who are familiar with XML Encryption standard on secure exchange of structured data. Narrative: I am looking for expertise who are working in this area on implementing better practices for Information Security Technical application developments to provide secure exchange of structured data. Number: EX101 Implementation of EPAL Description: Find specialists who are implementing the EPAL into Enterprise Systems domain. Narrative: This topic tries to find out the specialists with body of knowledge working and researching on EPAL implementation for Enterprise Systems. Developing Information Security Management (ISM) polices for Enterprise Systems in particular safeguarding personal privacy are growing and a area of concern. Number: EX102 User Agents testing Description: I am looking for expert who has knowledge of the testing process/suites for various User Agents. Narrative: People who do not possess expertise in testing suite and are still part of working group are not relevant to my request. Number: EX103 Annotea server protocol Description: Locate individuals with expertise regarding he protocol used by the Annotea annotation server. Narrative: The Annotea server is a tool the allows for shared annotation and bookmarking of web resources. The goal of Annotea is to facilitate collaboration. Number: EX104 Web Service Architecture Description: Identify persons who have expertise on web service architecture. Narrative: An expert must have certain amount knowledge on Web Service Architecture. He/she should have the ability to give a presentation or tutorial on a particular part of web service architecture or to answer the questions related to web service architecture. Number: EX105 Authoring tool web accessibility Description: Experts on authoring tool web accessibility guidelines and techniques to help authoring tool software developers develop user friendly tools for people with disabilities. Narrative: Expertise on guidelines, techniques, tools, and software development targeted to people with disabilities is relevant.