ISC conference call - 20th September 2016

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ISC conference call - 20th September 2016
Title ISC conference call
Location Google Hangout
Date Start 2016/09/20 13:00 UTC
Date End 2016/09/20 15:00 UTC
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Description


Agenda

  1. Election of a secretary for the meeting
  2. Approval of the agenda
  3. Approval of the minutes of the previous meeting
  4. DINA-ALA-GBIF collaboration. Discussion with Dave Martin, ALA/CSIRO and Tim Robertson, GBIF.
  5. Next DINA-TC workshop in Edinburgh
  6. DINA-TC issues
    1. Roadmap progress
    2. Resource availability
  7. Partner reports
  8. Any other business
  9. Next meeting


Minutes

  1. Election of a secretary for the meeting
    • Falko volunteered
  2. Approval of the agenda
    • approved as is
  3. Approval of the minutes of the previous meeting
    • approved as is
  4. DINA-ALA-GBIF collaboration. Discussion with Dave Martin, ALA/CSIRO and Tim Robertson, GBIF
    • Tim Robertson: How to provide feedback from GBIF to users?
      • James: Filtered Push could provide standards and mechanisms, it's a questions of how heavy the DINA system should be
      • Botanical Garden Berlin as a similar annotation system: AnnoSys
      • Specify team in Kansas wanted to develop an API, but maybe Filtered Push API could be used
      • but mapping back is a serious challenge in Filtered Push
    • Fredrik: Morphbank as public interface for media in Stockholm. Where is Morphbank going?
  5. Next DINA-TC workshop in Edinburgh
    • http://doodle.com/poll/yhysk8q6qyiimd59
    • remote participation will be available
    • 3 days
    • agenda should be outlined by the TC
    • technical equipment should be set before the meeting
    • maybe extension of the TC workshop for discussions on living collections?
  6. DINA-TC issues
    • Roadmap progress
      • http://roadmap.dina-project.net is installed, but still facing some technical issues
      • Falko imports the results of the Berlin meeting into the Redmine system in order to start refinements on the details of the roadmap
    • Resource availability
      • vague resources from Tartu
      • Estonian team will be smaller
      • Canada + Sweden have a good overview of their resources
      • Berlin 0.5 FTE for 2017
      • Canada has extra resources, but it's in the next fiscal year. From 1st April there could be more work at the core tasks
      • Denmark: nothing changed, DINA developments are optional
      • => conclusion: Roadmap should be finished in order to avoid blocking others
  7. Partner reports
    • Stockholm
      • temporary replacement for DINA development lead
      • SeqDB in production in Stockholm
    • Ottawa
      • version 3 realease SeqDB
      • Glen works on web API blueprint
      • divSeq => Genbank community => information standardization, portal similar to GBIF for genetic data (Canadian team is partner) => opportunities for DINA in the future
    • Edinburgh
      • data strategy group in organization for prioritization
      • living collection, herbarium, DNA collections
    • Copenhagen
      • fungal atlas project (Thomas)
      • Specify imports (Martin)
      • fixed timeline for next year
    • Berlin
      • tries to be more active
      • tries general alignment with Stockholm
      • media repository project => will find as many as possible synergies with DINA
  8. Any other business
    • none
  9. Next meeting
    • proposal by Fredrik: maybe 27 Oct.

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