following is the list of our tasks and their progress stages:
the just-released DAML-ONT walkthrough, spec, and example.
your ontology based on the DAML-ONT spec.
your ontology in a .daml file separate from your .daml content files.
you're mixing RDF/DAML and HTML content, you may want to review
Appendix B of the RDF spec. RDF API will correctly interpret RDF
appearing in the HTML <head>.
a DAML-based mechanism for tracking program action items. Include
the following DAML statements among your pages to indicate that
they fulfill action item 12.
DAML program action item 12 as complete -->
<a:status>available at http://your-site...</a:status>
your ontology and content on your own home page. If that's difficult
for your organization, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to create subdirectories
under http://www.daml.org/projects/ and/or http://www.daml.org/people/.
are still being updated for DAML-ONT. Check back here for updates.]
Validate your pages using RDF API, SiRPAC, or other tools.
your ontology to the DAML Ontology Library using http://www.daml.org/ontologies/submit.html.
your content as a starting location for the DAML Crawler (under
development) using http://www.daml.org/content/submit.html.
an HTML page listing your lessons learned. Include a description
of the techniques and/or tools used to generate your content.
in 5 above, include the DAML statements indicating that this page
fulfills action item 13.
your lessons learned page as an email attachment to email@example.com
for inclusion in https://www.daml.org/homework/1/lessons/.