[Auscope-geosciml] QuebecF2F2009-- side bar on CSW catalog implementation?
simon.cox at jrc.ec.europa.eu
Tue Aug 25 12:14:55 EDT 2009
Why isn't this discussion using the list address?
That way we know it is archived.
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From: Stephen M Richard [mailto:steve.richard at azgs.az.gov]
Sent: Tuesday, 25 August 2009 18:06
To: Laxton, John L
Cc: Boisvert, Eric; Duffy, Timothy R; Oliver.Raymond at ga.gov.au;
jj.serrano at brgm.fr; lars.kristian.stolen at sgu.se; Broome, John; Brodaric,
Boyan; Simon Cox
Subject: Re: QuebecF2F2009-- side bar on CSW catalog implementation?
It looks to me like too much going on Thursday-- data model, service
architecture, concept definitions. I'd like a half day with the CDTG members
who are present to review comments on a new version of the lithology
category vocabulary (simple lithology), and that may be optimisitic. I would
hate to not be able to participate in the service architecture discussions
as well-- I think they're pretty high priority at this point if we want to
get interoperable services working. At this point, it seems to me that
working on test bed use cases, service architecture, and vocabularies is
more important than major modifications to the data model. Working out how
to integrate ISO19139 metadata and O&M elements for structure data and
boreholes into GeoSciML documents to produce useful services is top priority
in my book.
What I'd suggest is arrange the agenda to do UseCases (monday), then Service
Architecture (Tuesday), and based on those discussions, prioritize data
model discussions for day 3 and 4, with CDTG Wednesday AM?
The service architecture discussion could get some useful ideas and issues
from looking at what's up in the CSW world as part of the intro for the
Laxton, John L wrote:
> At present we have a half day (Thursday morning) on the outline agenda for
service architecture related topics, including OneGeology. Do you think this
is enough? If not something else will have to give, or we can have a
parallel session, or we can have an evening session as Steve suggests.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Boisvert, Eric [mailto:Eric.Boisvert at RNCan-NRCan.gc.ca]
> Sent: 25 August 2009 16:12
> To: steve.richard at azgs.az.gov
> Cc: Laxton, John L; Duffy, Timothy R; Oliver.Raymond at ga.gov.au;
> jj.serrano at brgm.fr; lars.kristian.stolen at sgu.se; Broome, John;
> Brodaric, Boyan; Simon Cox
> Subject: RE: QuebecF2F2009-- side bar on CSW catalog implementation?
> CSW is a core component of the OneGeology architecture (is there another
formal infrastructure for GeoSciML services beside OneGeology ?). It tells
what WMS links to what WFS, it holds the registry and I suspect it will also
be central to the resolver.
> Hardly a side-bar - i'd like to see this as a formal dicussion.
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Stephen M Richard [mailto:steve.richard at azgs.az.gov]
> Envoyé : 25 août 2009 10:52
> À : Boisvert, Eric
> Cc : Laxton, John L; trd at bgs.ac.uk; Oliver.Raymond at ga.gov.au;
> jj.serrano at brgm.fr; lars.kristian.stolen at sgu.se; Broome, John; Brodaric,
Boyan; Simon Cox Objet : QuebecF2F2009-- side bar on CSW catalog
> We've been putting a lot of effort into getting a CSW (OGC catalog
service, v2.0.2, ISO19115 profile) implementation working, and I'm wondering
how many others have been wrestling with the same issue? There are alot of
aspects of a working CSW architecture that I think we'll need to deal with
in the long run to get working/interoperable GeoSciML services going. If
there's any interest, an evening sidebar meeting to discuss work on CSW
would be useful for those of us working on that aspect of the problem...
> What do you think?
> Stephen M. Richard
> Section Chief, Geoinformatics
> Arizona Geological Survey
> 416 W. Congress St., #100
> Tucson, Arizona, 85701 USA
> Office: (520) 209-4127
> Reception: (520) 770-3500
> FAX: (520) 770-3505
> email: steve.richard at azgs.az.gov
Stephen M. Richard
Section Chief, Geoinformatics
Arizona Geological Survey
416 W. Congress St., #100
Tucson, Arizona, 85701 USA
Office: (520) 209-4127
Reception: (520) 770-3500
FAX: (520) 770-3505
email: steve.richard at azgs.az.gov
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