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TR: Topics for the PID IG Session at the next Plenary at IDW

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    Isabelle PERSEIL

    Dear TAB
    This is another example of what we can do for the P21 preparation in order to help groups
    All the best
    PS: i hope i removed all the group @ because otherwise the @ is automatically put in cc, my apologizes if i missed one
    De : Mark Parsons via PID IG
    Envoyé : jeudi 1 juin 2023 18:56
    À : ***@***.***; PID IG
    Cc : ***@***.***; Matt Mayernik
    Objet : Topics for the PID IG Session at the next Plenary at IDW
    Hi Maggie,
    I like this idea. I also copy Matt Mayernik, who is leading a similar session at ESIP in July. The session will explore the overall PID landscape (in Earth science) and examine use case for different types of PIDs. This could inform an RDA session..
    Mark A. Parsons
    Research Scientist
    University of Alabama in Huntsville
    NASA Chief Science Data Office
    +1 303 941 9986
    Mail: 1550 Linden Ave, Boulder, CO 80304, USA
    On Jun 1, 2023, at 09:14, Maggie.Hellstrom via PID IG wrote:
    Hallo everyone,
    The very interesting discussions during the RDA PID community cross-fertilisation workshop yesterday made me think that it could be interesting to have a P21 session along the theme of “PIDs as glue to stick everything together” or something to that effect; – i.e. highlighting (with some “theory” but mainly using real-world practical examples) how to leverage PIDs in metadata records – not only as data values, but also when pinpointing the definition/interpretation of metadata models/standards and their associated fields. What do you others in the PID IG think about this (crazy) idea?
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    Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2023 09:46
    Subject: Topics for the PID IG Session at the next Plenary at IDW
    It’s that time again, the deadline for the submission of a proposal for the next Pleneary is coming up fast
    Please let us know if you have topics that you would like hear more about or any topics that you would like to contribute yourself
    with best wishes
    Adrian, Jonathan and Laure

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