[Esip-discovery] Idea for ESIP summer session
Lynnes, Christopher S. (GSFC-6102)
christopher.s.lynnes at nasa.gov
Fri May 17 09:10:45 EDT 2013
I've entered an item for OpenSearch: "Alternative Applications of OpenSearch for Science Data Search: Fitting the Pieces Together" at http://commons.esipfed.org/node/1515.
I already Yoshiyuki on the schedule to talk about where CEOS is going with OpenSearch.
Key question is: should we just try to plan Pedro's idea for a hands-on code camp, or actually try to do it in a second meeting at ESIP. (This would logically be after our first meeting, which would represent a bit of an overview/background).
Comments? Let's have some email discussion before our May 29 telecon..
On May 6, 2013, at 1:22 PM, Pedro Gonçalves <pedro.goncalves at terradue.com> wrote:
> Great idea !
> We should try to get a hands-on kinda-of code camp to try out the different flavors and services.
> The ESIP is aligned to the OGC spec and adds an extra linking type (e.g. for OPenDAP) so we could check out the different servers already giving access to real data and identify issues to improve.
> There is also the HMA-S effort from the European Space Agency that defines an OpenSearch extension for Earth Observation queriables that might be useful (the french study is giving inputs to that).
> Currently all these specifications are aligned and CWIC will use it as the starting point
> There will be some presentations and discussion about this week in the CEOS WGISS meeting that might gives us some more ideas
> On May 6, 2013, at 9:14 AM, Doug Newman wrote:
>> The main thing burning in my mind since CWIC also jumped in the direction of Open Search is the number of specifications being generated for open search. We have ESIP, OGC and one from Europe (we are still trying to get a translation from the original french??!!)
>> and CEOS are already talking about 'creating our own'. I'd like to start talking about keeping them as in sync as possible (crazy eh?) and looking at the ESIP and OGC specs this appears to be feasible.
>> A session about preventing these specs from diverging where possible would be useful I think.
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