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Chair (s): Stefan Proell, Alessandra Scicchitano, Rudolf Mayer, Becca Wilson

Group Email: [group_email]

Secretariat Liaison: Lynn Yarmey


Follow -up for BoF Data Security and Trust (WGDST)

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18
January
2017

Next WGDST call: 30th January 17 14:00-15:00 UTC

by Becca Wilson

Hi Everyone,  Thanks for filling in the doodle poll.  Our next call will take place on 30th January 17 14:00-15:00 UTC.  I am hoping that everyone can still make this.  I will draft some slides on the current case statement with feedback from the plenaries and include some points for discussion. Details on how to join this webconf:
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06
January
2017

draft P9 session proposal - please comment

by Becca Wilson

Happy New Year everyone! I have drafted some text for the P9 session proposal - it will be submitted on 10th January. We agreed in the last telecon that the p9 session meeting will focus on the gathering examples of current approaches. Please can you add any thoughts/comments to this document so I can revise this before submission. Cheers,  Becca
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04
January
2017

Doodle Poll: WG Call to revise case statement

by Becca Wilson

Hi all,  Please can you fill in the doodle poll for us to set a date to discuss revisions to our WG case statement. Ideally we would like to revise and resubmit the case statement before P9.  http://doodle.com/poll/9gkwaxf722g3gzh3 In the mean time I will draft and circulate our P9 session proposal by email for people to comment on.  Cheers,  Becca
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02
December
2016

Doodle poll for next WGDST Call

by Rudolf Mayer

Hi all!   Please fill in the Doodle poll at http://doodle.com/poll/3944zqg2qfygpgy6 to find a date for the next call. We should discuss the follow up from the Denver plenary, the situation on WG chairs, and future activities.   Kind regards, Rudolf
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23
May
2016

Doodle poll for next WGDST call

by Becca Wilson

Hi Everyone,  Please fill in your availability for the next working group call.  http://doodle.com/poll/fmpt9dnsaf47q8ed Thanks,  Becca
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19
May
2016

Next skype call: plenary 8 session proposal

by Becca Wilson

Hi Everyone, apologies for cross posting you may receive this twice. Our next group skype call  to discuss the 8th plenary session proposal willl take place on 23rd May 2016 12:00 BST / 13:00 CEST / 11:00 UTC. If we do not already have your skype details and you wish to participate, please email us your skype details.  thanks,  Becca
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12
May
2016

Doodle poll for skype call next week

by Becca Wilson

Hi,  Please fill in your availability for the skype call we would like to hold next week.  http://doodle.com/poll/hud3ynxumwfmnspr The call will focus on our plans for a session in the 8th Plenary. Submissions are due 29th May so we have around 1 week to prepare something following our telecon.  in preparation for the call: Application form for a WG session: https://rd-alliance.org/8th-plenary-meeting-application-form
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25
April
2016

Next data security and trust WG telecon?

by Becca Wilson

Hi Everyone, I was hoping we could co-ordinate another skype call to discuss how the session went at the 7th plenary - whether we need to follow anything up from that. Also we need to discuss whether we will host a stand alone session or joint session / BoF for the 8th plenary (deadline 29th May to submit sessions). I have made a doodle poll to set the telecon date http://doodle.com/poll/pg4ct86xw4f3eqa3 Stefan - are you able to co-ordinate the group skype call again as you
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24
February
2016

Health Data IG updated charter and Tokyo meeting

by Fotis Karagiannis

Dear all, On behalf of the co-Chairs of the proposed Health Data Interest Group, please find some updates on the group's work: First of all, an updated charter 20Group%20Charter%2015.02.2016.docx> has been prepared taking into account the comments received during the community and the TAB review. This includes potential links with other groups, i.e. the potential Data Security and Trust Working Group (WGDST) and the
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