Community Meeting 2005-10-06

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* GML Support for vector/raster data(php_devel) * GML Support for vector/raster data(php_devel)
* Proposal for new data sources from Imagesat,Orbview,Intermap via Apogee WMS(php_devel) * Proposal for new data sources from Imagesat,Orbview,Intermap via Apogee WMS(php_devel)
 +* Question for the long term: how do we publish sources of data and how do we mirror popular sources of data (RussNelson)? NASA's concern seems to be that they not tarnish NASA's reputation by pointing to unreliable data. My concern is that people should be led (but not misled) to all sources of data. I suggest the three steps listed below. Of course anyone can change the list of data sources; the point of this procedure is to give people sensible defaults.
 +** NASA list everything and mark its own data,
 +** when a non-NASA data source is selected, WW asks "This data source has not been examined by NASA. Do you want to use it:
 +*** Just this once?
 +*** Any time in the future?
 +*** Not now?
 +** If NASA gets two complaints about an unreliable data source, it should remove the source from the list.

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Meeting will be on Thursday, 6 October 2005 at 20:30 UTC in IRC channel #worldwind-meeting

Meeting Notes

  • If you want to add something to the Agenda, edit this page. Try and make your changes at least 1 day prior to the meeting. Put your name/nickname after the agenda item, and make sure to attend the meeting.
  • If a discussion results in someone agreeing to do something, the moderator should send an IRC message starting with "TODO:" and the person's name and short description, to make searching the meeting logs easier
  • Moderator should control change of meeting topics. Use something like "OK to move on?", and if everyone has finished the discussion of the current topic, the moderator then sends a message with the next agenda topic. Moderator should force moving on to the next topic if the discussion is too long.
  • Meeting length should be targeted to 30-45 minutes.

Agenda

Call To Order:

  1. Select meeting moderator

OLD BUSINESS:

NEW BUSINESS:

  • Status of 1.3.3 release (TomServo)
  • GML Support for vector/raster data(php_devel)
  • Proposal for new data sources from Imagesat,Orbview,Intermap via Apogee WMS(php_devel)
  • Question for the long term: how do we publish sources of data and how do we mirror popular sources of data (RussNelson)? NASA's concern seems to be that they not tarnish NASA's reputation by pointing to unreliable data. My concern is that people should be led (but not misled) to all sources of data. I suggest the three steps listed below. Of course anyone can change the list of data sources; the point of this procedure is to give people sensible defaults.
    • NASA list everything and mark its own data,
    • when a non-NASA data source is selected, WW asks "This data source has not been examined by NASA. Do you want to use it:
      • Just this once?
      • Any time in the future?
      • Not now?
    • If NASA gets two complaints about an unreliable data source, it should remove the source from the list.
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