The Lightweight Coordination Calculus (LCC) was developed by Dave
and myself in 2002. Since then, the language has been adapted in
different and unforeseen ways. However, the core language has
remarkably stable, and has proven to be surprisingly flexible.
Nonetheless, LCC has its limitations, and these are currently being
examined and reevaluated on the Open Knowledge (OK) project. As a
result, the language will likely be extended in a number of ways to
better suit the project goals. In this talk, I will discuss the
limitations of LCC and outline three different directions in which the
language may be extended, namely: 1) The inclusion of locations from
the ambient calculus. 2) The ability to manipulate knowledge using the
lifecycle calculus. 3) The representation of knowledge using notions
from frame systems.