Difference between revisions of "Discovery Telecon 2012-07-10"

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* Eric, Hook, Nga, Chris, Christine, Ruth - prep slides for Hack-a-thon session
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* Chris - prep OpenSearch Intro for hack-a-thon session
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* Ruth - prep Casting Intro for hack-a-thon session
  
 
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* We will need to give intros for OpenSearch and *casting
 
* We will need to give intros for OpenSearch and *casting
 
* If the tutorials seem brutally obvious, that's okay, people just need a push to start using
 
* If the tutorials seem brutally obvious, that's okay, people just need a push to start using
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* How to market?
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** Facebook, our own mailing lists, Google+ group, Twitter #esipfed
  
 
=== Plan/Logistics/Agenda for Metadata Casting session for data, services and events (Brian) ===
 
=== Plan/Logistics/Agenda for Metadata Casting session for data, services and events (Brian) ===

Revision as of 13:40, July 10, 2012

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Attendees[edit | edit source]

  • Erin Robinson
  • Chris Lynnes
  • Christine White
  • Eric Rozell
  • James Gallagher
  • Hook Hua
  • Nga Chung
  • Ken Keiser
  • Ruth Duerr

Action Items[edit | edit source]

  • Eric, Hook, Nga, Chris, Christine, Ruth - prep slides for Hack-a-thon session
  • Chris - prep OpenSearch Intro for hack-a-thon session
  • Ruth - prep Casting Intro for hack-a-thon session

Past Action Items[edit | edit source]

  • Chris Lynnes - Start a page of URLs and resources for the hack-a-thon
  • Chris Lynnes - Set up coordination page for mentors
  • Chris Lynnes - Work with Hook to get list of packages needed for the testbed VM
  • Chris Lynnes - Send out "marketing" message to esip-all
  • Hook Hua - What are you going to mentor?
  • Eric Rozell - Set up the VM on the ESIP shared account for people to use during the hack-a-thon
  • Anyone - Pick a technology/language to mentor (or backup mentor) at the hack-a-thon!
  • Everyone - Review DCP-7 so you're informed when it goes up for vote!

Agenda[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

Plan/Logistics for Discovery Hack-a-thon (Hook)[edit | edit source]

  • How to run the timing?
    • Allot time to specific technology, or give broad overview and let everyone "go at it"?
    • What to do for those who will be bored with the coding part? Point is to show low-barriers of entry...
    • Casting, publishing, aggregation should be in non-coders
    • Have mentors for individual groups, and quickly go through coding part
    • Since there are two sessions, have coding and non-coding sessions
    • What if someone is interested in more than one? People are stuck in one language for the whole ninety minutes...
    • Non-coders will need more help getting going, demos will be more appropriate
    • Final Decision: non-coders first (may continue into second session), then coder second session, split into quadrants...
  • Do we need a VM? (Probably not)
    • Not for any of the non-coder stuff... probably not for Perl, Python, or Java
    • Only the XSL transform has a dependency, and that's only on a JAR...
  • Chris, Hook, Ruth coordinate presentation order and introduction...
  • We will need to give intros for OpenSearch and *casting
  • If the tutorials seem brutally obvious, that's okay, people just need a push to start using
  • How to market?
    • Facebook, our own mailing lists, Google+ group, Twitter #esipfed

Plan/Logistics/Agenda for Metadata Casting session for data, services and events (Brian)[edit | edit source]

Plan/Logistics for Open Source Software Evaluation (Yuanjie)[edit | edit source]

Agenda for Planning Meeting (Chris)[edit | edit source]