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No call this week, but opportunities to feedback on current work

From: Leigh Dodds <leigh.dodds@theodi.org>
Date: Sun, 20 May 2018 12:43:46 +0100
Message-ID: <CAJsy4=OWKu3_vjYWRvC0pP_gLbom_AT+796UvOEMkeBEa1PpQQ@mail.gmail.com>
To: Nick Evans <nick.evans@theodi.org>
Cc: public-openactive@w3.org
Hi everyone,

Due to a scheduling issue we unfortunately won't be having a community
hangout this week.

This doesn't mean that work isn't proceeding or that there aren't
opportunities for people to provide feedback about ongoing work.

In fact there are a few areas where we specifically need additional input
from the community to move forward.

The primary topic is our work on facilities data. In the process of
implementing the Fusion data feed a few questions were surfaced which meant
we delayed publishing the current Editors draft.

*If you are thinking of publishing or using facilities data, then please
review the documentation that Nick has linked to below.*

We will be using the 6th June call to review and hopefully address any
highlighted issues.

There are also other proposals that would benefit from review and feedback
<https://github.com/openactive/modelling-opportunity-data/issues?q=is%3Aopen+is%3Aissue+label%3Aproposal>
.

The OpenActive team will be publishing a new developer documentation site
this week which will also benefit from feedback.

To help people plan when and where we will be focusing on specific
discussions, the main disucssion topics for the next few calls will be:

* 23rd May - cancelled
* 6th June - facilities, review of issues
* 20th June - booking
* 4th July - activity lists

Cheers,

L.


On 19 May 2018 at 16:30, Nick Evans <nick.evans@theodi.org> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> As mentioned to those of you at Elevate, with thanks to the great work of
> Played and Fusion, Fusion facilities data is now live:
> https://github.com/fusion-lifestyle/opendata
> <http://llink.to/?u=https:%2F%2Fgithub.com%2Ffusion-lifestyle%2Fopendata&e=f94a27ae42303d49898b945dd94ae457>
>
> It uses a schema described here
> <http://llink.to/?u=https:%2F%2Fgithub.com%2Fopenactive%2Factivation%2Fissues%2F116&e=f94a27ae42303d49898b945dd94ae457>,
> which has been adapted from the current proposal
> <http://llink.to/?u=https:%2F%2Fgithub.com%2Fopenactive%2Fmodelling-opportunity-data%2Fissues%2F62&e=f94a27ae42303d49898b945dd94ae457>
> that is described in the Editor's Draft
> <http://llink.to/?u=https:%2F%2Fwww.openactive.io%2Fmodelling-opportunity-data%2FEditorsDraft%2F%23describing-facility-use-code-oa-facilityuse-code-&e=f94a27ae42303d49898b945dd94ae457>
> .
>
> The differences between the Fusion schema and the proposal, and any other
> community feedback, will be the basis of the discussion at the W3C
> Community Group call on *June 6*. Before the call please provide any
> thoughts / feedback on the schema and proposal via GitHub at the links
> above or to the mailing list here
> <http://llink.to/?u=mailto:public-openactive%40w3.org&e=f94a27ae42303d49898b945dd94ae457>
> .
>
> For anyone looking to consume the data (e.g. Played, MLP, PitchBooking,
> imin) we also encourage you to have a developer attempt to use the Fusion
> feed and compare it to the proposal, and to feedback before/during the
> call.
>
> Any QA on the content of the data (rather than the structure), please add
> to this QA spreadsheet
> <http://llink.to/?u=https:%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fspreadsheets%2Fd%2F1-UflBMKw91LEIeVxTF-Vs2HY1HJ9wRFyDIAanGatAmk%2Fedit%23gid%3D0&e=f94a27ae42303d49898b945dd94ae457>
> .
>
> When everyone's happy with the feed, the plan is to deploy this into
> Everyone Active to make their facilities data open too, so please do make
> sure you flag feedback now rather than later as it'll be harder to make
> updates after the EA deployment.
>
> Many thanks,
>
> Nick
>
> --
>
> Nick Evans
>
> Associate & Sector Specialist
>
> Open Data Institute
> <http://llink.to/?u=http:%2F%2Ftheodi.org%2F&e=f94a27ae42303d49898b945dd94ae457>
> | +447813318661
>



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Leigh Dodds, Data Infrastructure Programme Lead, theodi.org
@ldodds
The ODI, 65 Clifton Street, London EC2A 4JE
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