[auscope-geosciml] [ExternalEmail] This mailing list will be shut down

Rob.Atkinson at csiro.au Rob.Atkinson at csiro.au
Wed May 18 22:55:41 EDT 2011

Is the OGC is establishing a geo-domain working group, if so perhaps they can support this? That would mirror the hydro and met domain practices emerging. Assuming CGI doesn't have facilities? (not a very scalable solution for all domains though - unless OGC established some sort of low maintenance domain modelling collaboration workbench...)

It's been  moved _from_ SEEGRID - it feels retrograde to put it back. 


-----Original Message-----
From: auscope-geosciml-bounces at lists.arcs.org.au [mailto:auscope-geosciml-bounces at lists.arcs.org.au] On Behalf Of Ben Caradoc-Davies
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Subject: [ExternalEmail] [auscope-geosciml] This mailing list will be shut down

What is not mentioned in today's ARCS announcement is ongoing support 
for mailing lists, such as this one (look at the address). This is 
because there will be none.

*This mailing list will be shut down.*

There are several viable options for a new mailing list service, 
including Google and CSIRO's Mailman lists. Selection criteria should 

- Avoiding the perception of organisational hegemony i.e. a CSIRO list 
might give the impression that CSIRO owns GeoSciML or can be blamed for 
it (I'm not saying that it can't [via Simon]!). But we accept this for 
SEEGrid, so maybe it is not a big deal.

- Level of technical support. Google is free: if it breaks or is 
compromised, you get your money back. CSIRO at least in theory provides 
technical support.

- Features, familiarity, and ease of administration. CSIRO uses Mailman, 
like this list.

What do youse want to do?

Kind regards,

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: ARCS Communication - On-Going Support on TRAC/SVN at Intersect
Date: Thu, 19 May 2011 08:54:27 +0800
From: ARCS Communications <arcs at arcs.org.au>

Dear TRAC/SVN user

Funding for ARCS will cease on the 30th of June this year. INTERSECT has 
agreed to continue to provide access to your TRAC/SVN site until at 
least 30/6/2012.

After the 30th June, 2011, if you require assistance with your TRAC/SVN 
site you will need to contact INTERSECT at 
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If you require more information or wish to discuss this further, please 
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