[ESIP-all] ESIP Visioneers telecon on Monday

Pat Cappelaere pat at cappelaere.com
Sun Sep 23 14:47:07 EDT 2012


They are actually very related.  REST is a pre-requisite to an Activity-based architecture. It is user-centric rather than data centric.  With REST, there is a huge danger that your API becomes your database model.  We simply cannot ignore the user (even if one step removed because of a user-agent) from the interactions.
This creates a better value.
I have several presentations in the pipeline on the topic… Keep checking on slideshare.

On Sep 23, 2012, at 8:17 AM, Peter Baumann <p.baumann at jacobs-university.de> wrote:

> Hi all,
> just a corollary: while REST and story telling are nice conepts, both are not related - we can create value additionally through REST alone, or storytelling using some other protocol.
> my 2 cents,
> Peter
> On 09/22/2012 02:02 PM, Pat Cappelaere wrote:
>> Bruce,
>> Here is a theme that I have been working on as part of my role as chair of the OGC REST Standards Working Group, and development of the NASA SensorWeb thanks to support of NASA ESTO:
>> Story Telling - An Activity-oriented architecture based on REST to bridge linked data to our end-users using action links and activity streams to enable the sharing of stories around data (and encourage user participation in those activities)
>> Let me know if this may interest the group.
>> Thanks,
>> Pat.
>> On Sep 21, 2012, at 5:04 PM, Bruce Caron <bruce at tnms.org> wrote:
>>> As Erin said earlier this week:
>>> We are currently working on a theme in the Visioneers group. Since the draft Climate Assessment will most likely be out, some of the suggested themes are around using data and technology to support grand challenges like climate. Ideas are on the wiki, feel free to edit/add. The next Visioneers call is Monday, Sept. 24, 1 EDT. 
>>> A part of the conversation from the last call was a theme that could speak to more "actionable" data resources (e.g., "earth intelligence") around climate. This would also embrace visualizations that are more than data pictures.
>>> Love to have all your ideas on Monday, Sept. 24, 1 EDT.
>>> talk with you soon
>>> bruce caron
>>> visioneers working group chair.
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