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Re: $35000 prizes Re: healthdata.gov/developer challenges

From: Melvin Carvalho <melvincarvalho@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2012 22:16:51 +0200
Message-ID: <CAKaEYh+Lu398a9baCoE9iFjz04UYR55T=TLUu7TOvZQG+CeW5A@mail.gmail.com>
To: Henry Story <henry.story@bblfish.net>
Cc: Stéphane Corlosquet <scorlosquet@gmail.com>, WebID <public-webid@w3.org>, WebID XG <public-xg-webid@w3.org>, public-rww <public-rww@w3.org>, "Thomas, George (OS/ASA/OCIO/OEA)" <George.Thomas1@hhs.gov>
On 3 July 2012 21:59, Henry Story <henry.story@bblfish.net> wrote:

> From their web site it looks like there are some nice prizes too . Very
> nice to see :-)
>

Very nice.

So it's about joining together:

Virtuoso Community Edition
Drupal 7
Ontowiki
CKAN
Solr

Dont the first 4 already have WebID modules?

CKAN would mean adding a column to the user table and mapping the local ID
to a universal ID.  The login flow would have to take you in, or allow you
to 'claim' an existing ID via that association.

I'm not sure solr does any kind of auth, does it?


>
> +1
>
> Henry
>
> On 3 Jul 2012, at 17:25, Stéphane Corlosquet wrote:
>
> One of the challenges announced at this year Health Datapalooza is
> relevant to the WebID community:
> http://www.healthdata.gov/blog/platform-challenge-1-simplified-sign
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Thomas, George (OS/ASA/OCIO/OEA) <George.Thomas1@hhs.gov>
> Date: Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 11:45 AM
> Subject: healthdata.gov/developer challenges
> To: "ckan-dev@lists.okfn.org" <ckan-dev@lists.okfn.org>, "
> info@codeforamerica.org" <info@codeforamerica.org>, "
> sunlightlabs@googlegroups.com" <sunlightlabs@googlegroups.com>
> Cc: "gov@omg.org" <gov@omg.org>, "public-egov-ig@w3.org" <
> public-egov-ig@w3.org>, Luis Bermudez <lbermudez@opengeospatial.org>,
> Chris Musialek <christopher.musialek@gsa.gov>
>
>
> Seven domain and platform healthdata.gov/developer challenges were
> announced at this years Health Datapalooza [1]. An overview of the planned
> challenges can be found here [2]. Two are open now to interested
> submitters, a Metadata [3] and WebID [4] based challenges, with $35K prizes
> each, closing in early October 2012. For more overall context on the open
> source healthdata.gov platform and related developer challenges, see this
> presentation [5] that briefly describes our direction and related works.
>
> The challenge releases are sequenced in order to build on each other,
> culminating with the continuation of a recent HHS OCIO / DERI [6]
> collaboration that leverages WebID AuthN (and can also be used as an API
> key for any service requestor agent) integrated with the (data.gov.ukdeveloped) Linked Data API [7] and a Privacy Preference Ontology [8] driven
> AuthZ implementation, which was the subject of #semtechbiz 2012
> presentation [9]. We believe this represents one approach to realizing the
> goal of achieving 'data element access services' as described in the PCAST
> Health IT Report [10], enabling a shift toward 'securing data, not just
> devices' [11].
>
> The standards, tools, languages and components described in the current
> collateral on healthdata.gov exemplify what we're currently using and
> where we're planning on going, but we're certainly open to any and all
> approaches that are more innovative or effective. More details about the
> next set of challenges to be released are forthcoming in subsequent
> /developer blog posts.
>
> *Please disseminate this call for participation and collaboration widely*at your discretion and include #healthdata hashtag where appropriate.
> Threaded discussion will occur on challenge.gov, with moderated blog post
> comments on healthdata.gov, but feel free to also email me *if you're
> interested in participating* and; you have any questions or observations,
> you want to understand more about the utility of key=value pairs where
> key's have HTTP URI's [12], you want to know what we think distinguishes
> 'Web 2.0' and 'Web 3.0' API's, you want to flame me with your
> misunderstanding of linked data and knowledge graphs, or whatever else is
> on your mind.
>
> We would like to thank W3C, OMG, OGC voluntary consensus standards
> organizations and the GSA Data.gov PMO tech leaders for participating as
> our organizational partners to review your challenge submissions. We hope
> *you* will engage with us as we attempt to enhance the capabilities of our
> open source platform and the utility of our linked health data, and that
> you'll decide to either team up or go it alone and compete in our developer
> challenges!
>
> Regards,
>
> George Thomas, @georgethomas
> U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services
> healthdata.gov/developer lead
> W3C Government Linked Data WG co-chair
>
> [1] http://www.hdiforum.org/
> [2] http://www.healthdata.gov/developer-challenges-overview
> [3] http://www.healthdata.gov/blog/domain-challenge-1-metadata
> [4] http://www.healthdata.gov/blog/platform-challenge-1-simplified-sign
> [5] http://www.healthdata.gov/blog/healthdatagov-now-next-and-challenges
> [6] http://soso.deri.ie/
> [7] http://code.google.com/p/linked-data-api/
> [8] http://vocab.deri.ie/ppo
> [9]
> http://semtechbizsf2012.semanticweb.com/sessionPop.cfm?confid=65&proposalid=4539
>
> [10]
> http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/microsites/ostp/pcast-health-it-report.pdf
>
> [11] http://fedscoop.com/vanroekel-park-cut-and-invest-balance-guides-it/
> [12] http://json-ld.org/
>
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> Social Web Architect
> http://bblfish.net/
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