Dear all,As many others in Europe, I’m also not going to be able to attend tomorrow’s call. And following the initiative from Antoine, I’d like to introduce myself.I work for the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences coordinating the technical developments around FAIR Data (https://www.nature.com/articles/sdata201618). I am also part of the initial group to define metrics for FAIR data and services in the context of the GO FAIR initiative. My background is in conceptual modelling, ontology engineering and formal ontologies. Part of our work has been to define a multi-layered metadata approach from data repositories to data records, passing through catalogs, datasets and distributions. In this approach we use some existing standards such as RE3Data, DCAT and RML. Due to this, I’m very interested in contributing to this group and improving DCAT/ My main interests are: dataset release/version, DCAT profiles and comprehensive guidelines for DCAT extensions such as quality, provenance, relation between datasets and projects, publications, funds, etc.Looking forward for the emails about the call tomorrow and meeting you in July.Best regards,On 24 May 2017, at 18:21, Antoine Isaac <email@example.com> wrote:Hi,
As many Europeans I can't make it tomorrow, so I'll make my intro here before it's too late...
I work as R&D manager at Europeana.eu, which has a case for application profiles and extension of its core data model (EDM).
I was involved in some previous W3C work, notably SKOS, and the Best Practices for Data on the Web, where I co-edited the Data Quality Vocabulary with Riccardo.
I've also worked on application profiles in the DCMI context, with Karen.
Finally I'm involved with the International Image Interoperability Framework, which has a case for negotiating metadata application profiles.
Re. deliverables, as said I can contribute a couple of cases. I'm also interested in DCAT especially if it has a component on data quality (so, continuing the DQC work with Riccardo). Finally in documenting, publishing application profiles (and data that follows these profiles) - but I'm not sure how much effort I could put into working on these, right now.
On 24/05/17 15:52, Caroline Burle wrote:Hi all,
The agenda for tomorrow's call is now posted:
Thank you for filling in the Doode pool . From that we got that the majority will be able to participate of the Weekly's meetings on Monday's at 14:00 UTC .
We understand it is important to have a meeting tomorrow - May 25th - to discuss that and the other items on the agenda.
Speak tomorrow! Hope you're all having a good week.