[Gfoss] ... commenti a draft INSPIRE Metadata Implementing Rules
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On 3/5/07, Lorenzo Becchi < lorenzo a ominiverdi.com> wrote:
> un cross posting speso bene
> Jo Walsh descrive l'impegno del gruppo di osgeo su Inspire.
> e invita alla partecipazione
> partecipate gente, partecipate!
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [Geodata] A FOSS community response to the INSPIRE
> Implementing Rules for Metadata Draft
> Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2007 02:16:21 -0800
> From: Jo Walsh < jo a frot.org>
> To: freegis-list a intevation.de, geonetwork-devel a lists.sourceforge.net,
> opensdi a lists.eogeo.org
> CC: geodata a lists.osgeo.org
> Now that we have an INSPIRE Directive, what are we going to do with it?
> INSPIRE mandates that data providers follow 'Implementing Rules'; the
> first of these, on metadata for geodata, is in public consulation.
> OSGeo's Geodata Committee is putting together a reading guide and
> formal response to the Metadata Implementing Rules. The rest of this
> email explains the background to the process.
> Everyone who Cares A Lot About Metadata is encouraged to participate
> in the response, which will be written openly on the wiki.
> INSPIRE will oblige public authorities collecting and holding geodata
> to comply with a set of Implementing Rules which are still being
> defined. The implementing rules for metadata were published at the
> beginning of last month. The draft for public consulation is
> publically available, but comments and improvements can only be
> submitted through an SDIC or Spatial Data Interest Community.
> Thanks to Markus Neteler, the open source geospatial community has an
> FOSS SDIC available to it.
> Recently having had the chance to speak with Metadata Drafting Team
> participants and hear the process outlined by Alessandro Annoni of the
> Joint Research Council, I am more convinced now that this isn't simply
> "illusion of participation", but that the JRC really is in search of
> best practise and sanity checking of what has been produced.
> All the other Implementing Rules drafts will be built up from, and
> refer to back, this one. If you are in any way involved in the
> collection or publication of geodata through any publically funded
> institution in Europe then what results from these IRs will affect
> you, and this is our first and last chance to affect the process.
> If you want to help out, this is what to do:
> - Read the draft! If you don't have time to read the whole draft but
> want to know what is going to affect you, quick pointers are at
> - Sign your name up to the wiki page if you want to be included in the
> loop (this is the last cross-list spam about this you will see from
> me, and followups/discussion should go on the wiki, not via email)
> - By the 20th the useful parts of [Reading] will have moved over to a
> more formal version at [Response] and there will be a week during
> which one can edit that page.
> - Then we will de facto lock it down for final edits
> - On the 27th or so i hope to have a telecon and after that move the
> response into the form required by the feedback process for SDICs.
> Even 5 minutes spent structuring, editing or proofreading would be
> of great help; Many eyes make better metadata...
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