[Esip-discovery] Fwd: Reusable OpenSearch client
Mattmann, Chris A (388J)
chris.a.mattmann at jpl.nasa.gov
Tue Nov 13 11:03:17 EST 2012
Great to hear, Pedro!
On Nov 13, 2012, at 10:18 AM, Pedro Gonçalves wrote:
> Hi Chris
> Terradue got the funding to work on the OpenSearch and its extensions from the GENESI-DR and GENESI-DEC projects, funded by the European Commission.
> Terradue also deployed that interface for the operational search engine of the ESA Grid (G-POD), where all ESA data is available.
> Our work within these infrastructures was then leveraged for the definition of the OGC documents "OpenSearch Geospatial Discussion Paper" (OGC 09-084) and the OpenSearch and Geospatial extension (OGC 10-032).
> These infrastructure and standardization efforts are the basis of my discussions and collaboration with ESIP so far.
> I'm now trying to get a new funding opportunity (hopefully European Space Agency will contribute it) in order to move this further, and also standardize the Earth Observation extensions. If all goes well, I hope to restart working on it soon.
> ciao, pedro
> p.s. you have also this GEO Supersite url
> Pedro Pereira Goncalves
> +44 1865 60 06 07
> +39 34 06 766 952
> On Nov 13, 2012, at 12:04 PM, Lynnes, Christopher S. (GSFC-6102) wrote:
>> Hey, folks! Our colleague in Japan, Yoshiyuko Kudo, pointed me to a couple of OpenSearch servers in Europe that implement the two-step dataset/granule search (linked by opensearchdescription+xml links)!
>> I don't know if the ESIP Discovery Cluster influenced them, or if it is a case of convergent evolution, but I think it represents an important development for our cluster.
>> Check it out:
>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> I learned European OpenSearch implementations such as G-POD and
>>> GENESI-DEC are both supporting 2-way search (dataset and granule).
>>> Did they adopt the ESIP spec?
>> Dr. Christopher Lynnes, NASA/GSFC, ph: 301-614-5185
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