Recent Activity: Data Fabric IG

04 Sep 2019

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24 Jun 2019

Plenary 14 Session Submission Deadline Is Thursday!

With Plenary 14 (P14) scheduled to occur from October 23-25, the deadline for session submission is this Thursday, 27 June at 16:00 UTC.

Submissions for meeting sessions are open to working groups, interest groups, joint groups and birds of feather (BoF) meetings.

Please note, however, submissions are accepted from group chairs only. If you submit a session request for a group, please notify the other chairs of that group.

14 Jun 2019

Follow-up WG on Data Type Registries

Dear colleagues,
governance and interoperability between DTRs  is a still open issue in a
digital object ecosystem and in the DTR session at RDA P13 there was an
agreement that these topics should be the main concern of a third round
of the DTR WG in RDA.
Larry Lannom and myself have drafted therefore a case statement, which
we would like to submit to RDA to establish a follow-up WG.
We would like to encourage you to comment on the case statement and join
as supporter.

05 Jun 2019

Follow-up WG on PID Kernel Information Profiles

Dear colleagues,
the discussions at the PID Kernel Information session at the RDA P13
indicated that there is more work to be done to further define PID
Kernel Information profiles, mechanisms to manage and govern them, and
further build the technical connections to related essential components,
notably a profile registry that can be built potentially on top of the
Data Type Registry.
Therefore, we (myself, Beth Plale and Jens Klump) have drafted a new
case statement, which we would like to submit to RDA to establish a

25 May 2019

Documents of GEDE DO Web-Workshop

Dear all,
We had the Web-Workshop on Adapting Repositories to DOIP last week with about 34 participants. More of this sort will hopefully follow soon and a side meeting in Helsinki is planned. All documents of the Web-Workshop are now all available via this Github address
https://github.com/GEDE-RDA-Europe/GEDE/tree/master/Digital-Objects/DO-W...

16 May 2019

Plenary 14: Call for Sessions, Collocated Events, Posters and Registration Now Open!

Taking place from 23-25 October 2019, the 14th RDA Plenary will take place in Dipoli, the nature-immersed building of Aalto University, Helsinki, in Finland, “one of the happiest countries in the world”, states Per Öster, CSC-IT Center For Science Director and Co-Chair of the P14 Programme Committee.

 

10 May 2019

Webworkshop on Adaptation of Repositories to DOIP on 22.5

Dear RDA Data Fabric Colleagues,
after having held two webinars about the basics of DO and DO Interface Protocol, we will now start with Web-Workshops (Workinars) to discuss concrete implementation matters. A first such online working meeting will be organised with repository managers and DOIP experts using two concrete examples. More such online working meetings and a side workshop at the RDA Plenary in Helsinki are intended. Therefore, please, join the coming meeting where you can get involved in the discussions. More information will be made available at the GEDE DO web site.

24 Mar 2019

DO-usecase-analysis-v4

Dear GEDE, C2CAMP and Data Fabric colleagues,
here is an updated version of our use case study which we will take as basis for our discussions at the P13 DO side meeting. We received 3 more uses cases which have been integrated in this version. There is still time to present new use cases by other initiatives to be included in the paper on a scientific view on Digital Objects which we are writing.
best regards
Peter
Peter Wittenburg
Max Planck Computing & Data Facility

23 Mar 2019

GEDE Webinar on FAIRness & Certification - Slides and Recording are online

Dear colleagues,
During this webinar we had up to 101 participants which indicates how interesting this topic is. And the webinar showed that still much development is ahead of us. However, CoreTrustSeal is operation and we can only suggest that repositories will participate in quality assessments. As indicated by Edit Herczog, there will be a session at the RDA P13 plenary begin of April devoted to this topic and feel free to participate (remotely).

20 Mar 2019

RE: 22.3 - 15.00 CET: Webinar on Maturity Indicators for FAIRness and Certification of Repositories

Dear all,
this is a reminder about the
GEDE Webinar on Maturity Indicators for FAIRness and Certification of Repositories 22. March 2019, 15.00 CET
Use this link to join the meeting: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/177773245
Please, inform your colleagues about this webinar where key people (Speakers: Erik Schultes (GO FAIR), Mark Wilkinson (U Madrid), Ingrid Dillo (DANS/FAIRsFAIR), Edit Herczog (RDA)) will present their views on future developments in measuring FAIRness and repository quality.

18 Feb 2019

Reminder: RDA GEDE Webinar on DOs - 22. February

Dear RDA Data Fabric colleagues, dear RDA secretariat,
this is a reminder of the Webinar on Digital Objects which is scheduled for 22.2 at 14.00 CET.
Please, make an entry in your agenda and inform your colleagues.
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best regards
Peter
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Peter Wittenburg Skype: peterwittenburg1

05 Feb 2019

Fwd: News from the BONSAI community

Dear all,
I am forwarding below information about a hackathon from the BONSAI
community, which may be of interest to Data Fabric developers,
particularly for Linked Data applications. Please have a look.
https://github.com/BONSAMURAIS/bonsai/blob/master/hackathon-2019-agenda.md
Best, Tobias
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24 Jan 2019

RDA P13 Session Accepted - Data Fabric IG session

Dear group,
Congratulations! Your session application  - Data Fabric IG session -
has been approved and will appear in the RDA Plenary 13 Programme.
Please consider this your official notification of acceptance.
The detailed Plenary 13 programme will be published online by 11
February, 2019, and your scheduled session time will be published in the
programme. The programme will also include the link to your meeting web
page – please keep that page up to date with any changes to your agenda

14 Jan 2019

Second DO Paper Uploaded

Dear Data Fabric colleagues,
together with George Strawn and colleagues active in GOFAIR we finished writing the second paper on Digital Objects which all resulted from the intensive interactions which we had in the RDA DF group (and some other groups).
It is attached, but also uploaded to an ePub repository so that it can be retrieved by a DOI: http://doi.org/10.23728/b2share.b605d85809ca45679b110719b6c6cb11
And we added it to the RDA GEDE DO web-page:

10 Dec 2018

Data Fabric at P13 & IG co-chairing

Dear all,
the submission deadline for P13 is January 5. The Data Farbic IG should
definitely hold a session at the P13, focusing on topics concerning
practical use of PIDs and metadata. We may also have a joint session
with other groups as has frequently happened at past plenaries. For
both, we should draft session proposals and interact with other groups.
Specific points on implementations and other relevant activities are
most welcome and should have a discussion slot at the plenary session,
so if you have comments, please let us know.

16 May 2018

Final version of GDON document

Dear all,
we would also like to finally submit the Virtual Layer recommendations
summary to RDA as a Supporting Output. The final version is attached;
unless there are further comments, we will hand this in end of May.
Best, Tobias
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Dr. Tobias Weigel
Abteilung Datenmanagement
Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum GmbH (DKRZ)
Bundesstraße 45 a • 20146 Hamburg • Germany
Phone: +49 40 460094-431
Email: ***@***.***
URL: http://www.dkrz.de

15 May 2018

Seeking feedback on GEDE draft supporting output

Dear Data Fabric group members,
the GEDE group has worked on a larger report that is focused on the PID
topic area (see attached). This is coordinated by Peter Wittenburg, many
of whom you know, and he asks whether the report can be submitted as an
official DFIG Supporting Output. I believe that the report is within the
scope of topics DFIG has discussed in the past and that it is good that
you as the DFIG expert members have a final view on the report before it
is put out for endorsement as a Supporting Output by RDA. Some of you

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