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Re: Use case curation

From: Simon Miles <drsimonmiles@googlemail.com>
Date: Sat, 5 Dec 2009 17:54:29 +0000
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Hi Yolanda,

Another (possibly obvious) point is to provide a classification under
the proposed categories, as not all use cases have this so far.

Thanks,
Simon

2009/12/4 Yolanda Gil <gil@isi.edu>:
> Thank you to Simon Miles, Satya Sahoo, and Paolo Missier very much for
> volunteering today to be use case curators!
>
> I think the comments in the telecon today were very helpful and your
> revised versions will help us set the tone for the other use cases.
> Here is my summary of the points brought up:
>
> - describe use cases without mention of provenance, then bring up
> provenance as part of the solution
> - describe use cases in general terms, then point out how they apply
> in a specific context or domain (eg Linked Data, e-science, etc)
> - include enough details to highlight the technical challenges brought
> up by the use case
> - separate better the use aspects of the use case, so that we can
> highlight what are provenance content and management issues that will
> be used by the consumer and separate out how the consumer uses the
> provenance information
>
> Does anyone remember additional comments or has other points to add?
>
> It would be great to have a revised version of the initial four use
> cases by next Friday if you can make it.
>
> Thanks again, and have a great weekend!
>
> Yolanda
>
>
>
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