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...Nach unserer Telco gestern habe ich die Tabelle noch etwas erweitert (weitere Spalte, bessere Unter-Überschrift). Wenn wir es schaffen einige verschiedenene gut bekannte "Player", die im Rahmen der Datenarchivierung im Umfeld der domain "scientific collections" tätig sind, zu charakterisieren und deren Ziele und Aufgaben zu beschreiben wie auch ihre Grundfinanzierung hilft es uns vielleicht, die für den jeweiligen "Kunden" aus dem Bereich der CETAF Taxonomic facilities und DISSCo Institutionen jeweils richtige für den jeweiligen Zweck zu identifizieren. Klingt kompliziert, aber vielleicht ist dies ein Ansatz.....
 
...Nach unserer Telco gestern habe ich die Tabelle noch etwas erweitert (weitere Spalte, bessere Unter-Überschrift). Wenn wir es schaffen einige verschiedenene gut bekannte "Player", die im Rahmen der Datenarchivierung im Umfeld der domain "scientific collections" tätig sind, zu charakterisieren und deren Ziele und Aufgaben zu beschreiben wie auch ihre Grundfinanzierung hilft es uns vielleicht, die für den jeweiligen "Kunden" aus dem Bereich der CETAF Taxonomic facilities und DISSCo Institutionen jeweils richtige für den jeweiligen Zweck zu identifizieren. Klingt kompliziert, aber vielleicht ist dies ein Ansatz.....
 
 
  
 
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Here again the links to the three Google documents:
 
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https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nsVV_Tqw3IvmtmgKz-Nh4qkH7ZF52hiGVTpFkKIKPhQ/edit (outdated)
  
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https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ofnJiO7mfwtY7sN8U1qvArQRKFqdcsZVH5w-0oMI9q0/edit (outdated)
  
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https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CznqgmLW1pKsk5G0Uwlw6xdf98VVVg9KvqirViJR-1Q/edit (outdated)
  
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ofnJiO7mfwtY7sN8U1qvArQRKFqdcsZVH5w-0oMI9q0/edit
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https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CznqgmLW1pKsk5G0Uwlw6xdf98VVVg9KvqirViJR-1Q/edit
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new Google doc, starting with 2020-04-30: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mLa78XO2jyBPuT_awx-gDqX9ZnrqNV-iWdmnOhH4fLk/edit?usp=sharing
 
new Google doc, starting with 2020-04-30: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mLa78XO2jyBPuT_awx-gDqX9ZnrqNV-iWdmnOhH4fLk/edit?usp=sharing

Latest revision as of 14:11, 27 July 2020

Pat Mergen, MOBILISE Core Meeting, 2.7.20: focus on living collections https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/16gxvUCTciDNCdwu1GdWxA9ATNyLJeBP6


aus email an S. Bingert, 16.4.2020 wegen Tabelle im Wiki:

...Nach unserer Telco gestern habe ich die Tabelle noch etwas erweitert (weitere Spalte, bessere Unter-Überschrift). Wenn wir es schaffen einige verschiedenene gut bekannte "Player", die im Rahmen der Datenarchivierung im Umfeld der domain "scientific collections" tätig sind, zu charakterisieren und deren Ziele und Aufgaben zu beschreiben wie auch ihre Grundfinanzierung hilft es uns vielleicht, die für den jeweiligen "Kunden" aus dem Bereich der CETAF Taxonomic facilities und DISSCo Institutionen jeweils richtige für den jeweiligen Zweck zu identifizieren. Klingt kompliziert, aber vielleicht ist dies ein Ansatz.....

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1aN9FkROD-iioXH7sZo-FFqPIJCRQDFe_LmrjnOiHRzw/edit#gid=1945322320

Y2 Grant Agreement Period Goals https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1FwMyvo8sm_tDMDFru5gTxFcnq_zVok_ud6Ou1HFlYBU/edit#gid=0

Y3 Grant Agreement Period Goals https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1axACKOHAgOvO_Diclfb6FB6A5z99TLKedFx2eeudNKI/edit#gid=0

Die Benutzerrechte im Wiki

Sie können jetzt Benutzer verwalten usw. (=Gruppe der Bürokraten)

Benutzerrechte anpassen, übertragen, entziehen unter


https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Q2jmw1u3P4p6NoWiUeWygKYU5XoMVjMDdV4fQRXh4oU/edit?usp=sharing

lack of generic data services to handle universal digital objects

https://icedig.eu/sites/default/files/deliverable_d6.2_icedig_digitisation_infrastructure_design_for_eudat.pdf

https://icedig.eu/sites/default/files/deliverable_d6.4_icedig_digitisation_infrastructure_design_for_national_open_science_clouds.pdf FinBIF

https://icedig.eu/sites/default/files/icedig_deliverable_6.3_final.pdf Zenado

https://icedig.eu/sites/default/files/deliverable_d6.6_icedig_provisional_dmp_for_dissco.pdf wegen MIDS Regular 2 what is a digital specimen? and "other digital objects" with PID

The identifiers for Digital Specimens, Digital Collections, and other object classes shall be known as NaturalScience Identifiers (NSId). These unique, persistent Handle System identifiers of the DOA, allocated duringthe digitisation process are location and service neutral and can be resolved by any available and well-known Handle service, such ashttp://hdl.handle.net/ orhttps://doi.org/. An NSId shall be assigned when the DigitalSpecimen or other digital object is first created.

DMpr 11: Each Digital Specimen or other digital object instance handled by the DiSSCo infrastructure must be unambiguously, universally and persistently identified by a Natural Science Identifier (NSId), which shallbe assigned when the object is first created.


http://www.digitalmilieu.net/documents/HUI_what%20is%20a%20digital%20object%20Metaphilosophy.pdf


Dear COST MOBILISE colleagues,

we are looking forward to our next MOBILISE All Hands Meeting, which will take place from February, 10th-14th 2020 at the Faculty of Biology, University of Warsaw, Poland. Like this year in Sofia, the meeting of the management committee will be combined with different workshops organized by the working groups, and a training school.

We are contacting you today as WG4 core members and MC members who signalised interest in WG4 to invite you on behalf of the leads of Working Group 4 "Development of Standards and Guidelines for Data Archiving and long-term preservation" to attend our workshop “Data storage and archiving strategies: Towards a documentation and guideline”. It will take place from Monday, February 10th 2020 to Wednesday, February 12th, noon-to-noon, followed by the MC3 meeting on Wednesday afternoon. Those of you who have been attending the last MOBILISE WG4 workshop in Sofia may remember that we started there with gaining an overview on the archiving topic, on experts and expertise and definition of terms. For that we had 10 presentations (see https://costmobilise.biowikifarm.net/wiki/WG4_Workshop_%22Data_storage_and_archiving_strategies%22_in_Sofia_(NMNHS)) and the activities were summarized in an annual report, see https://species-id.net/o/media/4/42/WG4_Annual_Report.pdf.

This time, we will continue with defining pilot archiving solutions and start to work on documentation and a common guideline on how to realise archiving procedures in different types of organisations and consortia. We hope to do this in cooperation with ICEDIG members of the group and members of other initiatives with similar tasks in their project.

An agenda and a more detailed description of the workshop will follow before Christmas.

We would be pleased if you were interested to participate. In order for us to proceed with the planning, we kindly ask you to indicate until Monday 25th Novmber if you are available for the workshop and interested to attend. After that date we will arrange that you get an official invitation by the COST Office. COST will provide the funds to cover your costs.

We are looking forward to hearing from you. Kind regards

Dagmar Triebel and Gila Kahila

P.S.: See also https://www.mobilise-action.eu/2019/11/14/mobilise-meeting-in-warsaw/


email 20.12.2019

Dear colleagues and participants of the COST Mobilise WG 4 workshop in Warsaw,

please be sure that the official invitation sent by the COST Office will achieve you soon.

Most of the general information about all COST events in Warsaw is under https://www.mobilise-action.eu/2019/11/14/mobilise-meeting-in-warsaw/.

Some additional information, the list of participants and documents collected by Gila and me are presented under https://costmobilise.biowikifarm.net/wiki/WG4_Workshop_%22Data_storage_and_archiving_strategies:_Towards_a_documentation_and_guideline%22_in_Warsaw

Our general topic is archiving and long-term storage and we are happy to have fifteen participants on board who accepted the invitation. Nearly half of them participated already at the Sofia workshop which allows us for continuation of discussion. Two archiving organisations are on board (CINES, GDWG) and several persons with great experience in use cases with long-term storage of large amounts of digital objects, e.g. from their own collection-related research or from digitisation projects at Natural History Collections or as partners of international or national consortial initiatives (e.g. GBIF, GFBio).

Our goal is becoming concrete to create a draft guideline for long-term storage and archiving digital objects in the collection data domain. The target groups are system administrators and data managers at scientific collection facilities.

As you see from the time schedule we will have six slots from 1.5 to 2 hours. The last slot should be used to summarize the output of the workshop to present the results in the following plenary.

Our proposal now is that we organise the five remaining slots as a kind of "edithon" in smaller groups to gather and answer questions like in FAQs web pages?

Suggestions for first questions:

What is digital object in our sense?

What is the scientific collection domain? Not only confined to nature science?

What is specimen and collection?

For what target group is the guideline?

What we want to have as key messages?

What is the scope of long-term storage and archiving?

Are there stakeholders in this field?

As part of the Sofia workshop we established a Google Doc with core information for a later guideline: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Q2jmw1u3P4p6NoWiUeWygKYU5XoMVjMDdV4fQRXh4oU/edit?usp=sharing . Currently you might add comments to this document with thoughts about how to proceed. Starting with mid of January you will have editing rights.

Please check also the presentations held by the Sofia participants (https://costmobilise.biowikifarm.net/wiki/WG4_Workshop_%22Data_storage_and_archiving_strategies%22_in_Sofia_(NMNHS)#Presentations_.28sorted_by_authors.29). Other information is linked under https://costmobilise.biowikifarm.net/wiki/Useful_links_and_materials. Especially the ICEDIG documents under https://icedig.eu/content/deliverables are a valuable resource.

We wish you all nice holidays! Dagmar and Gila


What is OAIS?

What is functional archiving?


6.2.20

Dear Gila,

unfortunately you missed the Telco to plan our Y3 activities.

I now reduced the activities of WG 4 to have one workshop in November 2020 in Crete (together with the MC meeting).

The description is as follows: This meeting will summarize the previous activities and outcomes of two workshops. Based on the gathered documents and references, elaborated text fragments, agreed statements of the group and key messages it will produce a manuscript with recommendataions and guidlines ready to be circulated and submitted for publication.

We might invite 8 persons and the MC members, that are in our case 5-6.

Thus I reduced the planned costs to 8000 Euro. see No. 15 in the spreadsheet step 2 and budget for Y3under https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1axACKOHAgOvO_Diclfb6FB6A5z99TLKedFx2eeudNKI/edit#gid=223194208 Best Dagmar


Here again the links to the three Google documents:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nsVV_Tqw3IvmtmgKz-Nh4qkH7ZF52hiGVTpFkKIKPhQ/edit (outdated)

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ofnJiO7mfwtY7sN8U1qvArQRKFqdcsZVH5w-0oMI9q0/edit (outdated)

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CznqgmLW1pKsk5G0Uwlw6xdf98VVVg9KvqirViJR-1Q/edit (outdated)


new Google doc, starting with 2020-04-30: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mLa78XO2jyBPuT_awx-gDqX9ZnrqNV-iWdmnOhH4fLk/edit?usp=sharing