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'''Agenda:'''
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<b>Participants:</b> Erin, Carol, Phil, Chen, Jing, Tom Narock, Eugene, Christine, Hook, Ken
  
  * Summer meeting and Testbed session debrief
+
'''Agenda and Notes:'''
  * Migration of Testbed portal to ESIP/Commons environment
 
      * still need review/testing of site http://swp.gmu.edu/esiptestbed/
 
  * Looking for new Testbed projects - below are a couple possibles
 
      * AGU publications as linked data (Tom Narock and Eric Rozell)
 
      * NOAA use of GeoServer to support GeoPlatforms (Matt Austin, Micah Wengren)
 
      * others?  Need to get the word out
 
  * Looking ahead - winter meeting plans (already?)
 
  * Suggestions for monthly meeting topics/presentations
 
  
<b>Participants:</b>
+
*Summer meeting and Testbed session debrief
 
+
**Notes on wiki: http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Testbed_Session_at_ESIP_Summer_Meeting,_July_18,_2012
'''Meeting Notes:'''
+
**Notes on Commons: http://commons.esipfed.org/node/451
 +
**Use of cloud resources was big focus of discussions - momentum in that direction
 +
**Possible ways/ideas to set up ESIP cloud? Anyone want to be involved?
 +
**virtual meetings went off well at the meeting - good resources
 +
**need clearer workflows for cloud resources
 +
**winter meeting venue so everyone can hear what is available - Commons, other services - workshop, lab - figure out workflow and steps in advance
 +
**cloud workshop - hands-on for interested people, best practices
 +
**Poster session demonstrations - useful?
 +
***Christine - was not especially productive for Testbed exposure
 +
***Jing - not good participation/traffic
 +
***Erin - maybe use coffee breaks or other defined times for demonstration
 +
*Migration of Testbed portal to ESIP/Commons environment
 +
**Ongoing: converting from drupal v6 to v7 (from Jing)
 +
***We tried to upgrade from Drupal 6 but there are quite a few comparability issues.
 +
***We configured a drupal 7 based site and moved the content of the old site to the version 7 swp.gmu.edu/esiptestbedv7.
 +
***You may not be able to access the old and new site due to the network issue of the university. Our IT administrator is working on this.
 +
**Will be...integrating with user authorization from commons
 +
**still need review/testing of site http://swp.gmu.edu/esiptestbed/
 +
*Looking for new Testbed projects - below are a couple possibles
 +
**AGU publications as linked data (Tom Narock and Eric Rozell)
 +
***Funding Friday last year
 +
***connections between paper authors - as ESIP members
 +
***additional data from NSF, more ESIP meeting info, Earth Cube
 +
***small prototype on university computer - need better collaboration
 +
***investigate porting to cloud resources
 +
**NOAA use of GeoServer to support GeoPlatforms (Matt Austin, Micah Wengren)
 +
***might be able to build off of GeoPortal project
 +
**others?  Need to get the word out
 +
*Looking ahead - Winter meeting plans (already?)
 +
**High profile/exposure for ESIP services - plenary presentation?
 +
***Commons/Portal
 +
***Testbed
 +
***Cloud/web hosting
 +
**Code management - software as an asset for the community
 +
*ExCom meeting items...
 +
**All Testbed projects need to create a State of Art document in Commons
 +
**Committee budgets - get budget forms from Carol and provide suggestions on ongoing infrastructure costs, known/expected projects to fund and then some funding for possible project proposals
 +
*Suggestions for monthly meeting topics/presentations
 +
**Use of Testbed to support workshops (Hook) - hack-a-thon use of cloud resources - maybe as ESIP services, but maybe a Testbed activity as well
 +
***use of multiple virtual environments - example RAMADDA made accessible to everyone in workshop concurrently
 +
**Use with eucalyptus as another environment (Jing) - GMU interest
 +
**ESIP is currently paying for Amazon services for use by Testbed and others
 +
**Possible collaboration with JPL for Amazon - need a plan for a good opportunity
 +
**Use of re-usable and re-purposed services and capabilities through the cloud without the overhead of administration
 +
*Earth Cube Broker Hack-a-thon opportunity - Christine is heading up.  Will be good exposure for ESIP and Discovery efforts.  WebEx sessions have been setup.  Christine will provide more information to Discovery Cluster and P&S email lists.

Revision as of 12:32, August 13, 2012

Back to: Products and Services

Info and Notes for: ESIP Products & Services Telecon - Monday, August 13 @ 1pm CT / 2pm ET

Call-in details:

1-877-668-4493
Attendee Access code: 23140358#

WebEx online access: https://esipfed.webex.com/mw0306ld/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=esipfed

Note: the access code above (with no spaces or dashes) is the password for the online access

Participants: Erin, Carol, Phil, Chen, Jing, Tom Narock, Eugene, Christine, Hook, Ken

Agenda and Notes:

  • Summer meeting and Testbed session debrief
    • Notes on wiki: http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Testbed_Session_at_ESIP_Summer_Meeting,_July_18,_2012
    • Notes on Commons: http://commons.esipfed.org/node/451
    • Use of cloud resources was big focus of discussions - momentum in that direction
    • Possible ways/ideas to set up ESIP cloud? Anyone want to be involved?
    • virtual meetings went off well at the meeting - good resources
    • need clearer workflows for cloud resources
    • winter meeting venue so everyone can hear what is available - Commons, other services - workshop, lab - figure out workflow and steps in advance
    • cloud workshop - hands-on for interested people, best practices
    • Poster session demonstrations - useful?
      • Christine - was not especially productive for Testbed exposure
      • Jing - not good participation/traffic
      • Erin - maybe use coffee breaks or other defined times for demonstration
  • Migration of Testbed portal to ESIP/Commons environment
    • Ongoing: converting from drupal v6 to v7 (from Jing)
      • We tried to upgrade from Drupal 6 but there are quite a few comparability issues.
      • We configured a drupal 7 based site and moved the content of the old site to the version 7 swp.gmu.edu/esiptestbedv7.
      • You may not be able to access the old and new site due to the network issue of the university. Our IT administrator is working on this.
    • Will be...integrating with user authorization from commons
    • still need review/testing of site http://swp.gmu.edu/esiptestbed/
  • Looking for new Testbed projects - below are a couple possibles
    • AGU publications as linked data (Tom Narock and Eric Rozell)
      • Funding Friday last year
      • connections between paper authors - as ESIP members
      • additional data from NSF, more ESIP meeting info, Earth Cube
      • small prototype on university computer - need better collaboration
      • investigate porting to cloud resources
    • NOAA use of GeoServer to support GeoPlatforms (Matt Austin, Micah Wengren)
      • might be able to build off of GeoPortal project
    • others? Need to get the word out
  • Looking ahead - Winter meeting plans (already?)
    • High profile/exposure for ESIP services - plenary presentation?
      • Commons/Portal
      • Testbed
      • Cloud/web hosting
    • Code management - software as an asset for the community
  • ExCom meeting items...
    • All Testbed projects need to create a State of Art document in Commons
    • Committee budgets - get budget forms from Carol and provide suggestions on ongoing infrastructure costs, known/expected projects to fund and then some funding for possible project proposals
  • Suggestions for monthly meeting topics/presentations
    • Use of Testbed to support workshops (Hook) - hack-a-thon use of cloud resources - maybe as ESIP services, but maybe a Testbed activity as well
      • use of multiple virtual environments - example RAMADDA made accessible to everyone in workshop concurrently
    • Use with eucalyptus as another environment (Jing) - GMU interest
    • ESIP is currently paying for Amazon services for use by Testbed and others
    • Possible collaboration with JPL for Amazon - need a plan for a good opportunity
    • Use of re-usable and re-purposed services and capabilities through the cloud without the overhead of administration
  • Earth Cube Broker Hack-a-thon opportunity - Christine is heading up. Will be good exposure for ESIP and Discovery efforts. WebEx sessions have been setup. Christine will provide more information to Discovery Cluster and P&S email lists.