Scope & Objectives
This working group acts as a standing working group within the Hydra Metadata Interest Group to review any requests for new vocabulary terms (predicates and controlled vocab/values) from the Hydra Community to be added to the Hydra Vocab Manager.
Deliverables & Timeframe
This group is scheduled to meet bi-weekly to review requests for new terms to be added to the Hydra Vocab Manager. If no requests are outstanding, meetings do not need to be held. As such, the working group does not have a sunset date but members on the group will sunset off after 1 year. Deliverables will be new predicates and new controlled vocabulary terms added to the Hydra Vocab Manager to be used by the Hydra Community and others for RDF/Linked Data needs.
Record and update best practices for review process.
Meeting Times & Communication Channels
Communication will take place on the hydra-tech list and the #metadata Slack channel.
Meetings: Next meeting June 9, 9am PDT (Agenda)
Connection info: WebEx: https://oregonstate.webex.com/meet/wickroregonstate.edu / Access Code: 920 757 406 / Phone: 1-415-655-0002
Note that Working Groups must have participants from three different Partners. All members of a working group producing software must be licensed Hydra contributors covered by the appropriate CLAs. Other types of contributions such as requirements, design, best practices, documentation, etc. - do not require CLAs but participants should accept that the materials to which they contribute may be released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.
HMIG will keep a running list of volunteers to serve on this committee but we will limit membership to 8-10 people at a time. Use quorum of 5 people to conduct any meeting. Sunsetting of individual working group members will be after 1 year on the working group and will be staggered to begin (beginning after first 6 months) so we can have overlap of members with experience. Up to 4-5 members will be sunsetted at a time as the volunteer list allows.
Current Members (up to 10)
Ryan Wick, facilitator 2017-03 (Oregon Digital / Oregon State University Libraries)
Mark A. Matienzo (Stanford)
- Cathleen Lu (Chemical Heritage Foundation)
Julie Allinson (University of London)
Future Interested Member
Suggested Review Process (modify based on best practice)
Working Group discusses over email/via voting form if request can be approved as-is or if a meeting is necessary to discuss
If request cannot be approved as-is:
Working Group comes together (quorum of 5 people) in regularly-scheduled bi-weekly meeting
Person making request can be asked to join this meeting
Review request and gather information needed to research for [certain amount of time]
Working Group meets again (special meeting time or next regularly-scheduled bi-weekly meeting) and makes decision (based on majority vote of quorum present)
Accept request as-is
Accept request with specified changes
Reject request with specified reasons
list of links
or table of meeting notes