Summary from Europe: for Astronomy we have decided on early career researchers as target audience. We have made good progress on Thing 1, 2, 4, 5 and started working on a few others. Everything is ready for review for anyone who has time, additions and comments more than welcome!
Signing off... have a good sprint and see you all on Monday!
@KristinaHettne_twitter ! Thank you! Picking up where you left off here in the USA we'll check in on the conference call hourly and welcome all - feel free to hop on, join in, contribute, lurk in the docs, etc.! Bye til Monday Europe!
Good morning everyone! Starting up from Europe now with me and Joanne in Leiden. Maria and Evert are joining soon as well. We will continue the work on the Astronomy Things.
hi @MarjanGrootveld_twitter Did someone answered your questions ? You can work before that's completely alright! If you want to advertise your topic somewhere else that's OK too. This is what I did for my topic top 10 FAIR things for imaging https://characterisation-virtual-laboratory.github.io/CVL_Community/10FAIRthings-progress/ the zoom and gitter details are on the etherpad so as long as you have those you are good to go to stay in touch. Question for you, can I collaborate? I'm interested although my time zone is AEST I am happy to work on it if you share a collaborative document. :)
Can be a number of things from reading a guide to registering for a service...
Whatever you think is best to give someone hands on experience with EOSC
Hardest part is weeding down the information into the core bit of information/concept that you want people to take away
under each Thing
BTW @GerardCoen_twitter I'm looking forward to diving into your doc later! Definitely a good topic to address!
@libcce Thank you; we'll see what we can fit it that's attractive and not too "EC-bureaucratic".
That will be great @MarjanGrootveld_twitter !
@orchid00 Hi Paula, how's work on the image Things progressing? At DANS we've worked on EOSC Things today, and there's certainly room for additions and/or exercises (see also Chris' suggestions in this channel), so feel free. Friday our time (CEST) Frans will pick it up again and do some editing, and then we'll hand it over ;-)
Paula Andrea Martinez
Hi! just starting my day here, will work on organising, cleaning and adding activities for the 10FAIR things for imaging. I will look at the eosc things later today, early morning for you @MarjanGrootveld_twitter
Hi all! Stéphane here, at the UQ Sprint Hub in Brisbane, with @orchid00 . Will likely work on an outline of a Decentralisation lesson.
Signing off @stragu_gitlab and @orchid00. See you tomorrow!
Have a good night!
Paula Andrea Martinez
Question, are controlled vocabularies the same as ontologies? thoughts?
I'm a librarian and I'm not entirely sure :-P
But I would say that they're not the same.
A controlled vocabulary can be as simple as an enumerated list of agreed terms. An ontology is about relationships between concepts.
It's like a list of species names vs the entire binomial nomenclature system.