EARTHCUBE:
COMMUNITY-DRIVEN CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE
FOR THE GEOSCIENCES
End-user Workshop: Science-Driven Cyberinfrastructure
...
1. Intro to the Test Enterprise Governance Project
2. Priorities and next steps for the Governance demo
3. How the ST comm...
EARTHCUBE TEST ENTERPRISE
GOVERNANCE PROJECT
 2-year award: September 2013 – September 2015
 Facilitates coordination of...
Assembly Workshops–
governance ideas,
testing
Crowdsource
governance concepts
Synthesize charter,
recommend to NSF
Establi...
So, how do we bring
your tools, standards,
and skills into
EarthCube?
TAKING A ROLE IN DEMONSTRATION GOVERNANCE
Special
Interest
Groups
Leadership
Council
Liaison
Team
Tech.
Standing
Committee...
Leadership
Council
Tech.
Standing
Committee
Science
Standing
Committee
 Sets scope/Vision for EarthCube
 Maintains conne...
Liaison
Team
Council
of Data
Facilities
Engagement
Team
 Coordinate among new and existing
geoscience data facilities
 P...
 Created in response to a pressing issue, opportunity,
activity, or deliverable related to EarthCube’s goals.
 Initiated...
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Volunteer for Committees and Teams:
http://workspace.earthcube.org/solar-terrestrial-
end-user-worksho...
Sprint 2
January:
• Testing agile process
Feb to June:
• Developing
architecture framework
Sprint 1
July:
• Initial charte...
 Attend Monthly Virtual Meeting
 1-3 Hours Per Month (General
Members)
 2-3 Hours Per Month (Leadership)
 3-4 members ...
ONCE AGAIN…
Volunteer for Committees and Teams:
http://workspace.earthcube.org/solar-terrestrial-
end-user-workshop
Sign u...
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Presentation by the EarthCube Test Enterprise Governance project for the Solar Terrestrial Research End-User Workshop, Newark, New Jersey, August 14, 2014.

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  • Part of small team that supports ecteg,
  • …and give you a sense of our progress so far
    …which will go into place October 1
    …the design and direction of…
    Let’s begin…
  • NSF GEO Directorate and Division of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (ACI)
  • Data Facilities, Funded Projects, IT/FOSS, end-users
  • Science: This is where its advantageous to be an end-user workshop this late in the game. After submitting the report from this workshop, you have a concrete way to make sure these needs are met.
  • Leadership Council: Representatives from committees and teams, 5 at large members elected from the community
  • CDF: Federally funded data centers. Support development of shared infrastructure services
    Liaisons: Partner with initiatives and programs external to the NSF core constituency of academic geoscientists
    Engagement: …with other initiatives, end-users, educators, professional societies, and publishers
  • Outline Decision-Making Process
    Internal Governing Structure
    Recommend and/or initiate Working Groups
    Select Leadership of the Committee
    Determine how to tackle Priority Issues
    Establish mechanisms to coordinate Cross-Membership (Committees)
  • Thank Gelu & Dale
  • EarthCube Governance Intro for Solar Terrestrial End-user Workshop

    1. 1. EARTHCUBE: COMMUNITY-DRIVEN CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE GEOSCIENCES End-user Workshop: Science-Driven Cyberinfrastructure Needs in Solar Terrestrial Research AUGUST 14, 2014
    2. 2. 1. Intro to the Test Enterprise Governance Project 2. Priorities and next steps for the Governance demo 3. How the ST community can help drive EarthCube
    3. 3. EARTHCUBE TEST ENTERPRISE GOVERNANCE PROJECT  2-year award: September 2013 – September 2015  Facilitates coordination of stakeholders across EarthCube  Organizes and tests a Demonstration Governance
    4. 4. Assembly Workshops– governance ideas, testing Crowdsource governance concepts Synthesize charter, recommend to NSF Establish Organizational Structure Facilitate convergence on EarthCube architecture Evaluate results: basis for long term organization Governance timeline – Year 2 (2014-15) Organizational timeline – Year 1 (2013-14) Demo Governance Framework Next Phase
    5. 5. So, how do we bring your tools, standards, and skills into EarthCube?
    6. 6. TAKING A ROLE IN DEMONSTRATION GOVERNANCE Special Interest Groups Leadership Council Liaison Team Tech. Standing Committee Council of Data Facilities Engagement Team Science Standing Committee Working Groups
    7. 7. Leadership Council Tech. Standing Committee Science Standing Committee  Sets scope/Vision for EarthCube  Maintains connection between scientific process and technology function  Cross Membership with TAC  Convergence on an ongoing EarthCube Architecture (in coordination with Science & CDF) PRIORITIES
    8. 8. Liaison Team Council of Data Facilities Engagement Team  Coordinate among new and existing geoscience data facilities  Partner with external efforts: National/International/Consortia Collaboration  Disseminate, engage, connect, partner across the broad EarthCube community  Promote Science Success Stories PRIORITIES
    9. 9.  Created in response to a pressing issue, opportunity, activity, or deliverable related to EarthCube’s goals.  Initiated by any person or group  Eligible for some resources  Focus on any topic relevant to EarthCube  No formal review/approval process  Web hosting PRIORITIES Special Interest Groups Working Groups
    10. 10. HOW TO GET INVOLVED Volunteer for Committees and Teams: http://workspace.earthcube.org/solar-terrestrial- end-user-workshop Sign up for the EC Workspace: http://workspace.earthcube.org
    11. 11. Sprint 2 January: • Testing agile process Feb to June: • Developing architecture framework Sprint 1 July: • Initial charter submission August: • First organizational meetings Sept – Dec: • Working meetings Call for Participation Jan: Check & Adjust June: Check & Adjust DEMO GOVERNANCE: IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
    12. 12.  Attend Monthly Virtual Meeting  1-3 Hours Per Month (General Members)  2-3 Hours Per Month (Leadership)  3-4 members of each team will attend the “Check and Adjust” Meeting in late January 2015 EXPECTATIONS FOR COMMITTEES AND TEAMS
    13. 13. ONCE AGAIN… Volunteer for Committees and Teams: http://workspace.earthcube.org/solar-terrestrial- end-user-workshop Sign up for the EC Workspace: http://workspace.earthcube.org

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