Re: [rox] Suggestion for panels
- From: Hans-Gert Gräbe <graebe informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
- Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 14:39:03 +0200
Until these days I had no time to follow up the preparation of the
conference but it seems, it's now just the right moment to join the
First, I will be in Vienna all the time during the conference, and I can
take some organisational load at this time, of ocurse (I remember such a
question, but probably on another [*ox] list).
Second, it is a great proposal to organize talks and discussions in
panels, and especially the proposal
Hans-Gert Graebe ProcessPrep
Stefan Matteikat ThingInternet
Hans-Gert as well as Stefan think about changes in the contemporary
way things are produced. Together they build an interesting panel.
sounds quite nice and I enjoy it.
Yesterday FranzN added
Interesting aspect. I think Hans Gert is talking about the general
nature of production processes while Stefan is referring to the
enormous progresses in logistics.
Here I am just affraid a little "salt" might be missing. We might be
very much impressed with technological possibilities. But the
question is are they suitable for anything else than commodity
production? OK, this can be the subject of the Workshop.
So you know more than me (at the moment) about my talk :-) My point will
be the role of the "Commons", the infrastructure, for (not only, but
also for) "commodity production" and the abstract of Stefan Matteikat
sounds very interesting in that direction. A gave a course "Component
Ware and Web Services" last term here in Leipzig and learned that one of
Stefan's question marks has an answer in just a proper interpretation of
the latter buzz word.
So much for the moment. It makes sense to fix the slot of the Panel with
the constraint not to be in parallel with the
> Wolfgang Polatzek TransformEconomy
> Thomas Atzert ImmaterialLabor
since "cooperate economics" is definitely a topic close to my
argmentation and I would like to listen to these arguments. On the other
hand I think it makes sense to have indeed two such panels and not to
Best regards and WFG, Hans-Gert
Prof. Dr. Hans-Gert Graebe, Inst. Informatik, Univ. Leipzig
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