[Ala-portal] Proposed workshop in Canberra - July 2014
n.noe at biodiversity.be
Tue Jun 10 09:13:37 CEST 2014
At this stage, it is a bit difficult for me to justify flying to
Canberra, since costs are pretty high from Europe and basing our
national portal on ALA is not decided yet. But I'd probably be present
if a closer workshop (such as something a TDWG if in Europe) takes place.
On 10/06/14 01:42, Arturo Vargas wrote:
> Hello everyone
> In INBio we are interested in using and extending the tools developed
> by Ala, so I really want to participate in the workshop.
> Pura vida!
> 2014-06-05 23:15 GMT-06:00 <David.Martin at csiro.au
> <mailto:David.Martin at csiro.au>>:
> Hello all,
> There have been a couple of approaches to the team at ALA asking
> for the possibility of a visit to help advance understanding of
> the system. Additionally we hear early indications of interest
> from the recent group who had a small workshop in Europe, but note
> their requests for improved documentation, processes and structure.
> It is short notice but we would like to propose a workshop in
> Canbera for developers on the week of : 21-July - 25th July 2014
> During this week we would aim to:
> a) exchange knowledge amongst developers
> b) collate wiki documentation on data management, and
> customization of the web portal
> c) discuss and make progress in the processes surrounding source
> code management - e.g. potentially moving to Github and defining
> procedures for contribution, and releases
> Please note that at this stage and for the foreseeable future, we
> believe the components suitable for collaboration and adoption are:
> i. The biocache-hub webapp
> ii. The collectory webapp
> iii. The biocache backend processes
> I understand that the GBIF secretariat will commit to managing the
> key pieces of documentation and assist in helping structure the
> project. The ALA development team are committed to maintaining
> this codebase and using it to support applications in Australia.
> We don't envisage this being an off the shelf product such as the
> GBIF IPT, but rather a well managed open source project that
> people can contribute to and use as a framework to rapidly kick
> start their own developments.
> If you have interest in joining, could you please reply to this
> expressing interest, even if only tentative?
> Many thanks,
> Dave Martin
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