DINA Technical Committee

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The permanent Technical Committee (TC) of the DINA consortium coordinates the software development among Core Members (defined below) to produce a coherent software system fulfilling the requirements and needs of DINA consortium members. Each Core Member elects one representative to the TC and may replace its representative at any time by informing the DINA International Steering Committee (ISC).

Under the general guidelines set out by the ISC, the Technical Committee is responsible for the long-term system architecture roadmap and technology choices, as well as the short- to medium-term coordination of the development efforts. The TC elects among its members a chair, a secretary, and any other officials it deems necessary. In the TC, each partner in the consortium has one vote.

Note that the TC was previously called the System Engineering Task Force (SETF); the name was changed to avoid mix-ups with CETAF, which many of the DINA partners are also associated with.

TC representatives and observers

  • Markus Skyttner (NRM)
  • Satpal Bilkhu (AAFC)
  • Allan Jones (AAFC)
  • Nazir El-Kayssi (AAFC)
  • Kessy Abarenkov (UTARTU)
  • Falko Glöckler (MfN)
  • Elspeth Haston (RBGE)
  • Rob Cubey (RBGE)
  • Thomas Stjernegaard Jeppesen (NHMD)
  • Glen Newton (AAFC)
  • Kevin Holston (NRM)
  • Ingimar Erlingsson (NRM)
  • Ida Li (NRM)
  • Stefan Daume (NRM)

TC Meetings and Minutes

The TC holds regular conference calls on Wednesdays. The meetings will usually be run via Google Hangout.

DINA-Web Module Map

The current version of the DINA-Web Module Map is available in the information-model github repository, in the files "DINA-Web_Module_Map.odg" and "DINA-Web_Module_Map.pdf" (link to the pdf here).

DINA-Web Development Road Map

For an overview of the development status of different DINA-Web components, see the DINA blog progress report.

A more detailed road map focused on the release of DINA-Web version 1 is maintained by the development teams elsewhere. Contact Markus Skyttner or Glen Newton if you are interested in details.

Special Interest Groups

Face-to-face meetings and workshops

Mailing list

All communications of the Technical Committee should go through this mailing list: http://list.ku.dk/listinfo/sci-snm-dina-setf


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