ESC User Stories
From Federation of Earth Science Information Partners
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What do we do?
- Develop user stories so for:
- ...you to illustrate the concept of the ESC to your constituents.
- ...as input to other tracks (Technology, Sociological Impacts, Programmatic constraints)
- Continue developing the repository of stories
- ...minimally PPTs (already have three from ESIP July 2011: The "Novice" Researcher (Lynnes); The Expert Researcher (Kuo); Science Assessment (Wee)
- ...possibly indexed by some canonical representation of discipline, audience type (can we use Earth Science Collaboratory User Model?), <others> (see below)
- ...possibly indexed by NSF Earth^3 capabilities (see below)
- Develop canonical representation for index to enable
- ...identification of missing user stories
- ...identification of opportunities that have been missed (e.g. if somebody realizes that a powerful user story can be enabled by some combination of the index)
- Develop mapping of user stories to NSF Earth^3 capabilities list? (http://earthcube.ning.com/page/capabilities, dated 2012-12-16), but first:
- ...are the 14 capabilities useful for this purpose? (some are more obviously useful than others)
- ...is the capability mapping useful for informing requirements development in the Technology track?
- Which is more useful for the development of requirements in the Technology track? Index or capabilities?
- Ideas for dimensions of this index (e.g. audience type, discipline, etc)? (Again, see Earth Science Collaboratory User Model to avoid starting from scratch on one possible dimension)
- Do we need to modify the capabilities list proposed by NSF Earth^3 for ESC story purposes?
- Proposed activity: Strawman for shooting arrows at... present existing 3 use cases against the (A) index and (B) capabilities to generate ideas about how to iterate this forward (BW to come ready with a slide or two)
How do we do it?
- Use input from other tracks (Technology, Sociological Impacts, Programmatic constraints).
- ID small groups of three persons to create short two page deliverables as input to other tracks (schedule and actual deliverables to be determined)