Scope & Objectives
The Hydra GIS Data Modeling Working Group will be developing models for geospatial (GIS) data in Hydra, including Fedora and PCDM. This work will:
provide common GIS data models for shared tools to enhance interoperability among Hydra institutions.
drive shared approaches to metadata, workflows, and best-practices for managing GIS content in Hydra.
provide a starting point, a pathway, for newcomers who want to manage GIS data in Hydra.
promote stewardship of GIS resources in a Hydra repository.
Deliverables & Timeframe
PCDM implementations of GIS data models:
“georeferenced maps” (in time for Hydra Connect 2015, late-September)
other scenarios (e.g., vector datasets, raster datasets) (2015)
Tutorial/presentation materials for workshops and conferences (early 2016)
Fedora 4 reference implementation of the GIS data models (2016)
Final data modeling documentation (Feb 2017)
Sunset date: Early 2017
Meeting Times & Communication Channels
The working group will use the standard hydra mailing lists (hydra-community, hydra-tech) with [geospatial] as the Subject prefix. We will meet every 3rd Tuesday of the month on the Princeton conference line or Google Hangouts.
Time: 1pm Eastern / 10am Pacific
Next call: Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Shared documents: Google Drive folder.
Reference implementation: GitHub repository.
Note that all members of a WG must be licensed Hydra contributors , with the appropriate CLAs in place.
Facilitator: Eliot Jordan (Princeton University)
James Griffin III (Lafayette College Libraries)
John Huck (University of Alberta Libraries)
Darren Hardy (Stanford University)
Eric James (Yale University)
Bess Sadler (Data Curation Experts)
your name here (your institution here)