[Esip-discovery] Discovery Cluster telecon is scheduled for today 1:00pm PST / 4:00pm EST next Tuesday 03/13/18
david.neufeld at noaa.gov
Tue Mar 13 12:00:00 EDT 2018
Just a quick note that the Discovery Cluster telecon is scheduled for today
1:00pm PST / 4:00pm EST next Tuesday 03/13/18.
I plan to bring up the question of how we'd like to run meetings this
upcoming year and any areas of focus the group would like to discuss.
Attendance has been a bit down this past fall, so I'd like some input on
how we might address that or change course if needed.
I would like to raise an item for kick starting transition of work we’ve
done over at ESDSWG Search Relevancy à ESIP Discovery Cluster.
Amongst other things, we have two successive years’ recommendation’s which
provide ‘best practices’ for how (in particular) data providers such as
DAAC’s improve search and discovery. I would like to utilize the ESIP Labs
project as a mechanism for proving and further developing some of these
recommendations through software implementations. We could also utilize the
new Google Summer of Code program, which ESIP is participating in for the
first time, to further some of our goals and objectives.
We have also uncovered a whole host of interesting yet undiscovered
research within the area of Applications of User Characterization in Search
Relevancy. I think widespread awareness of this work (through ESIP
Discovery) could really kick start the agenda moving through 2018.
Talk to you more then...
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Senior Associate Scientist
Software Engineering Support Branch
Data Stewardship Division
NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)
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