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Re: [humanitarian-ict] A poll on Disaster Management Systems

From: Chamindra de Silva <chamindra@opensource.lk>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 16:01:50 +0530
Message-ID: <20eab7c50901220231o665c6b98wd22225ada78cfe3a@mail.gmail.com>
To: humanitarian-ict@yahoogroups.com, public-xg-eiif <public-xg-eiif@w3.org>

Hi All,

I am still looking for more applicable system for the evaluation. Let
me know what you think of the following list. Are they popular?
relevant? Have I missed a significant item:

    * UN Reliefweb
    * CrowdSourcing Crisis Information System
    * UN OCHA Who is Doing What Where
    * Risepak
    * Sahana
    * DMIS Disaster Management Information System
    * Federal Emergency Management Information System
    * UN Virtual OSOCC

Already looked at the OCHA 3W and the new version looks good.

I am just classifying all of them under this meta-data for now:

Summary 	
Type / Scope / Phase 	
Standards Implemented 	
Key Features 	
Significant Deployments 	
Links 	

Not making any deep assessments for the first iteration. Again send me
any system I may have missed please

thanks,

Chamindra

On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 10:04 AM, Chamindra de Silva
<chamindra@opensource.lk> wrote:
> Hi Olivier,
>
> 2009/1/12 Olivier Sarrat <osarrat@urd.org>:
>> I should meet them to know more about this, but the meeting is always
>> postponed due to more urgent matters... Maybe I could send you a report to
>> you Chamindra, after I managed to meet them (possibly in february).
>>
>
> Yes please do and I would appreciate if everyone can share
> systems/portals/products that you are aware of for disaster and
> emergency management. If adding it directly to the WIKI is a hassle,
> appreciate if you can just share a link (and if possible with some of
> the meta data identified in the template).
>
> thanks,
>
> chamindra de silva
> http://chamindra.googlepages.com
>
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