Slots in Kyoto
gtr at ast.cam.ac.uk
Wed Mar 2 03:03:35 PST 2005
I'd second that! IVOA needs some reporting structure whereby registry
operators can be told of duff entries. Kyoto would be a good time to set that
On Wed, 2 Mar 2005, Christophe ARVISET wrote:
> In your presentation at ADASS 2004
> VGs #33-34 mentioned the issue about registry curation. You mentioned that
> many of the existing registry entries are not declared properly and
> therefore could not be a real use for a VO application/client who would
> like to make use of them.
> I believe that it would be time to tackle this issue and that it would be
> worth discussing this at Kyoto.
> Would you agree ?
> At 19:40 01/03/2005, Ray Plante wrote:
> >Hi Tony,
> >On Tue, 22 Feb 2005, Tony Linde wrote:
> > > Session 1: Registering applications
> > > + other Registry extensions/amendments
> > > Session 2: Registry interface
> > > + Registry Query
> > > Session 3: Registry data model
> > > + Registering data quality 'indicators'
> > > + Plans for V1.0
> >I do plan to attend this meeting. Your general schedule breakdown looks
> >good to me. A couple of questions of clarification...
> > o I'm unsure what "Registering applications" refers to; is this
> > the CEA model? (We should definitely hear about this.)
> > o "other Registry extensions/amendments": do you see this being mainly
> > in the form of extensions/amendments to schemas, or might it include
> > interface and architecture issues?
> >Here are some specific things I think we need to talk about and can be fit
> >into your general categories:
> > Data Model Stuff:
> > * Move standardization process forward for the VOResource core
> > schema.
> > * Integration of STC into the VODataService schema
> > * Updating the VORegistry schema to support the Registry Interface
> > spec.
> > Registry Interface:
> > * Remaining issues with RI spec before presentation as PR
> >All of these items require a certain amount of prep work to happen on the
> >list ahead of time. For example, Kevin & I have been making another pass
> >at the RI spec; we'll bring up some issues for discussion on the list
> >soon. I'm also preparing some documents on VOResource necessary for
> >moving the standardization process forward.
> > > And which other workgroup sessions should we avoid? As a workgroup, I'd
> > > suggest we should attend the DM Catalogue model session. Any others
> > > important to the workgroup as a whole?
> > >
> > > (Personally I'd like to attend the VOQL session but don't think it is
> > > critical to the workgroup.)
> >I would like to attend the VOQL session. Our adoption of ADQL for
> >querying registries last year required some minor changes to the ADQL
> >spec; it would be good to keep a connection going between our groups as
> >these standards progress.
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