All Hands Organizing Committee Call 3

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  • Need to include the goals and the outcomes in the program – flesh these goals out in more detail for participants.
    Day 1 Breakouts Q: pull some of the scientist participants into the governance structure
    Do we need to have Eva open?
    Roger – to bring this back to the sciences; how EC is helping the sciences. Strategic scientific research areas that research could provide. Strategic report by the Geosciences Committee. Planning to bring this back to the sciences.
  • Ooooooppppssss – Deep Dive.
  • Clarify the role that the end-user could have in the feedback loop – how will I gain from attending this beyond general awareness? Science Committee that’s part of the structure – what is the impact on scientists, the big questions?

    Early career – these are the folks that (3 years to work on the dissertation), perhaps EarthCube can provide the dissertation talk. CI people can move this forward. Digital literates – talking CI to them is sometimes, need to make it useful to them. Challenge is to give them something useful to talk about? ******* Scenario testing: early career, proposed research and challenges faced; see if the governance framework/technologies are going to face this. (How do we build this into the scenario testing) ******* Potential alternative – tenure track, bringing in money, these folks are more hesitant to take risks – should talk to late career people who have struggled with these issues. ****Recognizing the structures that already support end-user scientists, reaching out to a broader range of scientists. Partnering with emerging fields of science, where there aren’t as strict social rules. Bioinformatics offshoots are critical. Interdisciplinnary work.

    Dating Game/Icebreaker

    Will the AHOC be a lead for this? Having some structure may give us a better outcome.

  • Reach out to NRL – Brooks & Alex to provide additional information.
  • All Hands Organizing Committee Call 3

    1. 1. EARTHCUBE ALL-HANDS ORGANIZING COMMITTEE June 5, 2014
    2. 2. AGENDA 1. SCHEDULING APPROVAL – WHAT ARE WE MISSING? 2. ADDITIONAL PARTICIPATION? 3. NEXT STEPS
    3. 3. OUTCOME FOCUSED EVENT  Meeting Goals:  Convergence on the Demonstration Governance Charter, Next Steps on Implementation  State of CI in the Geosciences by sharing results of existing projects  Provide a forum for communication in the Geosciences
    4. 4. GENERAL STRUCTURE: AT-A-GLANCE June 24 June 25 June 26 Other Intro to EC Breakfast Birds of a Feather – All Day, Every Day Opening Plenary – Paul Edwards, “Why we need EC, examples from the field” Lessons Learned Day 1 & Focus Day 2 Plenary – Roger Wakimoto Steering & Standing Committees Unconference Lunches – June 25 and June 26 (hands on discussions and technology samples) EarthCube Scenario Testing Deep Dive Scenario Testing OR Reference Architecture Working Groups & Sessions Sign up sheets: BoF, Working Group Proposals, AHM 2015 What is a Reference Architecture Activity Sessions Closing Plenary Begin Sessions – BB, RCNs, CDs Sessions & Business Meetings Business Meetings Opening Reception & Poster Session (Unconference, EC Award Teams) Business Meetings
    5. 5. REMAINING OPPORTUNITIES TO PARTICIPATE  May 5  User Guide  Draft Charter  Draft Structure  May 12 – June 11  Full Document Review & Feedback  June 24-26  All-Hands Meeting  http://workspace.earthcube.org/t est-governance/charter-review
    6. 6. ENGAGING THE END- USER COMMUNITY?  Invitations & Reminders Sent  All End-User Workshop Organizers  Participant List & Participation  Eos Article  On the Workspace site  Through Professional Societies  AMS, AGI, AGU, GSA, ASLO  Science Themed Track?  End-User Workshops Next Steps  Lunch-time Unconferences  PhD Candidate Volunteers – Room Monitors
    7. 7. SUGGESTED ACTIONS  Actions  AHOC  Additional Suggestions?  Recruitment of Additional Participants  Science Focused Discussion?  Consider your role as a “leader” for the different steering and standing committees  Operations Team  Send Agenda to Printer
    8. 8. REMINDER: MEETING REGISTRATION & TRAVEL  Hotel: Marriott Renaissance Dupont Circle, June 23-27 (4 nights)  Overflow:  Hilton Garden Inn  St. Gregory  Flight: Your American based carrier of choice, economy fare  Registration: Covered
    9. 9. NEXT CALL – DO WE NEED IT? June 19, 2014 11am PDT

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