WG Data Type Registries & #2 - RDA 10th Plenary meeting

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Meeting title:

Data Type Registries WG Progress Reports and Outlook

A short introduction describing the activities and the scope of the group:

The first version of the Data Type Registries Working Group closed out last year, wrote its final report, was endorsed as an RDA Recommendation, and the current incarnation was started as a follow-up. The initial DTR WG focused on developing an infrastructural component that would manage data type records. The new WG, DTR #2, will focus on aiding data producers come up with useful data type records. A number of prototypes have been started and a related ISO Study Group is now looking at the topic.

Additional links to informative material related to the group i.e. group page, Case statement, working documents etc:
• DTR web page - https://www.rd-alliance.org/group/data-type-registries-wg-2/case-stateme..., including presentations from prior Plenaries and the straw man Type Record presented to the ISO study group.
• Broeder, D. and Lannom, L., “Data Type Registries: A Research Data Alliance Working Group”, D-Lib Magazine, 20:1/2 (Jan/Feb 2014). http://dx.doi.org/10.1045/january2014-broeder
• DTR WG #1 Output - https://b2share.eudat.eu/record/250
• DTR WG #2 Case Statement - https://www.rd-alliance.org/sites/default/files/case_statement/DTR2%20Ca...
The RPID Project, which includes DTR testing: https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1659310

Meeting objectives:

The object of this breakout is to review the current and planned prototypes and related activities, including a related ISO group, look for overlaps and gaps, and formulate plans for future work. Since the last Plenary there have been training sessions involving DTR and an NSF-sponsored pilot project on Robust Persistent Identification of Data (RPID).

Meeting agenda:

A brief overview of progress to date will be followed by a series of reports of ongoing projects involving DTR activities, a progress report on a related ISO study group, and future outlook for the group and its activities. An important component of this meeting will be the coordination of the WG with the ISO activity. We anticipate a full session with contributions from a number of existing projects but will reserve time for additional short presentations and discussions. Anyone interested in contributing should contact Larry Lannom as soon as possible.

Target audience:

The session is open to all interested in the topic of Data Type Registries and the use of data types for all aspects of information management, from discovery through to reuse. Those who have not been following the group are advised to review the background material referenced above.

Group chair serving as contact person: Larry Lannom

Type of meeting: Working meeting

Session Room: Cartier 2

Session Time:  Tuesday 19 September, Breakout 1, 11:30 - 13:00

Collaborative session notes:

(None taken)

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tsJ5Cn6sYW94zMKI9DUazOeETcu6qJ3ZLFUO...

Session slides and materials:

The final agenda and links to presentations appears below:

DTR Breakout Session Day 1 Breakout 1.

11:30 - 11:35  Welcome & Intros, Agenda Bashing

11:35 - 11:40  Larry Lannom, State of the WG & Brief DTR Overview

11:40 - 11:50  Tobias Weigel, Climate Data Processing

11:50 - 12:00  Ulrich Schwardmann, ePIC DTR

12:00 - 12:10  Wo Chang, Common Access Protocol, IEEE BDGMM

12:10 - 12:20  Rob Quick, RPID Test Bed

12:20 - 12:25  Steve Richard, EarthCube (remote - no slides)

12:25 - 12:30  Andres Ferreyra, AgGateway (remote)

12:30 - 12:40  Giridhar Manepalli, ISO WG plus Data Models (remote)

12:40 - 13:00  Tobias Weigel, Discussion: Next Steps, Goals for P11 (no slides, never got there, moved to Group call on 9 October)

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