RDA FAIR data maturity model: Workshop #6 preparation

15 Nov 2019
Groups audience: 

Dear members of the FAIR data maturity model Working Group,
As a follow-up to our previous message, your opinion is sought on two
different topics. We would like to remind you that every contribution is
very valuable for the Working Group.
With regards to the pre-testing phase, three groups already stepped forward
to test the frozen indicators. The results of their evaluations will be
presented in workshop #6. Based on this and the discussions that will stem
from these early evaluations, the editorial team will propose a concrete
approach to test the indicators. We have shared a slide describing the
high-level approach to test the indicators, please have a look at it and
share your thoughts [1].
Additionally, the editorial team is currently drafting a first version of
the *FAIR data maturity model - Guidelines. * The overarching goal of these
guidelines is to provide context and explanations on how to use the core
criteria in FAIR assessment tools. As we intend to rely on guidelines
produced by the community, we invite you to share with us existing
guidelines. You can do so by either replying to this email or posting a
comment on the GitHub, where a discussion has been initiated [2].
We would also like to remind you that the next and last online meeting of
the year will take place on the 4th of December 09.00 – 10.30 CET (morning
session) and 17.00 – 18.30 CET (afternoon session).
Connection details for *both* sessions
● Join Hangouts Meet: meet.google.com/ppe-vefn-zfb
● Join by phone: +32 2 896 36 30 PIN: ‪645 478#
We are looking forward to your feedback and hope to be able to welcome many
of you again in the next meeting.
Kind regards,
The editorial team and the Chairs
[1] https://github.com/RDA-FAIR/FAIR-data-maturity-model-WG/issues/35
[2] https://github.com/RDA-FAIR/FAIR-data-maturity-model-WG/issues/36
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