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===What's New ===
 
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* 2011-02-08: ''The ESIP Federated Search cluster page is deprecated.''  Join us at our new location on the [[Discovery_Cluster|ESIP Discovery Cluster page]].
 
* 2010-11-30: Working [[Discovery_Cast_Atom_Response_Format | draft document of the Discovery feed Atom response format]] posted. Please contribute.
 
* 2010-11-30: Working [[Discovery_Cast_Atom_Response_Format | draft document of the Discovery feed Atom response format]] posted. Please contribute.
 
* 2010-11-04: At the NASA Earth Science Data System Working Group, a proposal was made to expand the scope of Federated search to cover Discovery more generally, thus bringing into the fold datacasting and servicecasting.
 
* 2010-11-04: At the NASA Earth Science Data System Working Group, a proposal was made to expand the scope of Federated search to cover Discovery more generally, thus bringing into the fold datacasting and servicecasting.

Latest revision as of 13:28, February 7, 2011

Welcome to the Federated Search Cluster

The objective of the Federated Search Cluster is implement a federated search capability within ESIP, including space-time queries for individual data items. The cluster is an active collaboration site for contributing components and plays a governance role in the development of community conventions and vocabularies. Register in the ESIP wiki and click on the "watch" tab to be notified of ongoing events.

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Acknowledgment: This wiki format and structure was shamelessly stolen--make that "reused"--from the Semantic Web Cluster. Federated_Search