[ESIP-all] Request for Review - FAIR DQI Guidelines
gp0043 at uah.edu
Mon Apr 19 08:26:22 EDT 2021
My apologies for cross-posting in an attempt to reach a wider audience to
get community feedback from different points of view. Please feel free to
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On behalf of the International FAIR-DQI Community Guidelines Working Group,
I would like to invite you to review a complete draft of community
guidelines for sharing and reusing quality information of individual Earth
The International FAIR-DQI Community Guidelines Working Group is currently
consisted of 22 international, inter-disciplinary domain experts and is led
by the ESIP Information Quality Cluster co-chairs, the Barcelona
Supercomputing Center Evaluation and Quality Control team leads, the
Australia/New Zealand Data Quality Interest Group and OGC Data Quality
Domain Working Group co-chairs.
The draft guidelines document can be downloaded at:
A Google Form that facilitates anonymous comment collection can be
accessed: here <https://forms.gle/3sAnW3B3Jxn5ZMig9> (also
https://forms.gle/3sAnW3B3Jxn5ZMig9), which will be available until Friday
June 4, 2021.
Alternatively, you can download this template
capture all your comments and suggestions and send it to Ge Peng at
ge.peng at uah.edu, Carlo Lacagnina at carlo.lacagnina at bsc.es, or Ivana
Ivánová at ivana.ivanova at curtin.edu.au.
Community feedback is important in helping us improve the quality of the
document prior to its first baseline. Please feel free to contact us if you
have any questions or concerns or if you are interested in developing a use
Ge Peng (Peng)
On behalf of the International FAIR-DQI Community Guidelines Working Group
Ge Peng, PhD
Sr. Principal Research Scientist
Earth System Science Center/NASA MSFC IMPACT
The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Ge.Peng at uah.edu
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