[Esip-discovery] FW: Please consider input for Moore Foundation's RFI on Data Intensive Science

Carol Beaton Meyer carolbmeyer at esipfed.org
Fri Sep 9 10:14:42 EDT 2011


Time is running out to have your ideas considered by the Moore Foundation.
So please take a few minutes to read existing comments, comment on them or
submit your own idea. The Moore Foundation has reached out to the ESIP
Federation for its input and moving forward, a relationship with Moore could
be very beneficial for the entire community. The Moore Foundation does not
solicit proposals, instead, it reaches out to organizations with which it
would like to work.

Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts by Sunday, Sept. 11. For
some additional insights, please read Chris' message below. Thanks!


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From: "Lynnes, Christopher S. (GSFC-6102)" <christopher.s.lynnes at nasa.gov>
Date: Tue, 6 Sep 2011 15:48:29 -0500
To: "esip-discovery at lists.esipfed.org" <esip-discovery at lists.esipfed.org>
Subject: [Esip-discovery] Please consider input for Moore Foundation's RFI
on Data Intensive Science

Hey, ESIP Discovery folks:

Please check out this RFI on DataIntensive Science at
(http://dis.ideascale.com/).  You can submit your own idea or comment on the
ideas already submitted, some of which already parallel (or contradict) our
own experiences in ESIP, such as "Can Technology Break Down Cultural
Barriers to Data Sharing?"

Note that they support tagging of ideas, so you can tag your idea with an
"ESIP" tag...

The deadline to have your input considered is this Sunday, Sept. 11.

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Erin Robinson <erinrobinson at esipfed.org>
> Date: August 31, 2011 3:50:22 PM EDT
> To: "esip-all at rtpnet.org" <esip-all at rtpnet.org>
> Subject: [ESIP-all] ESIP Contributions to Moore Foundation's RFI on Data
Intensive Science
> Hi All - 
> The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation's Science Program is seeking the [ESIP]
community's feedback on where to invest in the area of data-intensive science.
This is not a proposal solicitation, and there is no promise of funding in this
area. However, your contributions will help the Moore Science Program find areas
of investment that can make the most difference in the domain of Data Intensive
> Since ESIP is a broad-based, distributed community of data and information
technology practitioners, there is significant overlap in the work the ESIP
community is doing and the ideas that have being submitted so far such as:
> * Virtual Environments for Scientific Collaboration
> * Data Management Education
> * Data Journals 
> * Data Visualization
> Participation in the idea collection is through three mechanisms
(http://dis.ideascale.com/): (1.) Submit an idea (2.) Comment on an idea already
proposed to flesh it out (3.) Vote on ideas and share through facebook/twitter
to promote. To help other ESIP members identify ESIP-relevant projects please
add an ESIP tag to your idea or note it in the comments.
> Best - 
> Erin 
> Erin Robinson
> Information and Virtual Community Director
> Foundation for Earth Science | 314.369.9954 | erinrobinson at esipfed.org
> www.esipfed.org 
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Dr. Christopher Lynnes     NASA/GSFC, Code 610.2    phone: 301-614-5185

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