[Inspire-data] greetings, queries
Rob.Atkinson at csiro.au
Rob.Atkinson at csiro.au
Wed Mar 17 19:51:56 EDT 2010
I hope you are following the SISS stack efforts: https://www.seegrid.csiro.au/twiki/bin/view/Infosrvices/SiSS
We are currently looking at model management utilities and agile metadata registries (as opposed to static 19115 records, we're looking at support the operational metadata required for data access and workflows, including vocabulary services and validation service support.)
Support for INSPIRE application schemas in Geoserver is a particular goal, the funding premises area include supporting GeoSciML which will be adopted within the INSPIRE suite (as an identified best-practice in the current methodology). It would be great to see others developing INSPIRE-based test cases to fast-track support. GML 3.2 support is in planning and due later this year - test case coverage is probably the biggest hurdle in the process.
We'd be happy to collaborate on a publication about the requirements for a FOSS stack and seek enlightenment on the synergies, differences and potential stumbling blocks arising from different projects exploring FOSS SDI stacks.
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From: inspire-data-bounces at lists.osgeo.org [mailto:inspire-data-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Jo Walsh
Sent: Tuesday, 16 March 2010 9:13 PM
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Subject: [Inspire-data] greetings, queries
Dropping a note to say hello, after Just mentioned this list on the main
I'm working at the EDINA National Datacentre in Edinburgh, which is in
ESDIN, though I only see a small part of it via WP8 on metadata and
EDINA runs the *current* national geoportal prototype, not the INSPIRE
one, and is setting up a GeoNetwork for the Scottish SDI.
Intruiged by the mentions of Humboldt in the archives, I was hearing a
lot about it when it started, but it seems to have gone quiet.
As mentioned on the main list I'm putting together a talk about the Geo
FOSS INSPIRE stack - I now have a lot of references to different efforts
to follow up.
I wonder what will happen on this list - are we just sharing war
stories, or is there a plan to produce a distribution, case studies, etc
- a marketing or development effort or both? ;)
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