Project Deliverable #670

Project WP #665: WP7 - Supporting Blue Environment: VREs Development [Months: 7-30]

D7.2 : Blue Environment VRE Integrated Resources [17]

Added by Franco Zoppi about 4 years ago. Updated over 2 years ago.

Status:ClosedStart date:Dec 01, 2016
Priority:UrgentDue date:Jan 31, 2017
Assignee:Miles Macmillan-Lawler% Done:

100%

Category:-
Sprint:WP07
Dissemination Level:PU Editor:Miles Macmillan-Lawler
Lead beneficiary:13 - GRID Arendal Reviewer:Gianpaolo Coro
Deliverable Type:OTHER
Milestones:
Duration: 44

Description

This deliverable reports on the data sets, services, tools, software, models, algorithms, and related user guides integrated or reused in Blue Environment VREs accompanied by the usage/ licensing terms.

BlueBRIDGE_D7 2_M17_V2.docx (2.69 MB) Miles Macmillan-Lawler, Apr 04, 2017 08:27 AM

History

#1 Updated by Leonardo Candela almost 3 years ago

  • Editor set to Miles Macmillan-Lawler
  • Assignee set to Miles Macmillan-Lawler

#2 Updated by Anton Ellenbroek almost 3 years ago

ToC received by FAO from GRID on 04 Jan 2017.

Uploaded revised version of ToC to WS folder for D7.2 on 17 Jan 2017: https://goo.gl/1gkuEm

#3 Updated by Leonardo Candela almost 3 years ago

  • Reviewer set to Leonardo Candela
  • Status changed from New to In Progress

What is the real state of this deliverable? The due date is approaching very soon.

I'm realising no reviewer has been assigned, because of the limited time frame I'm assigning to myself.

#4 Updated by Anton Ellenbroek almost 3 years ago

A version is ready for the reveiwer: https://goo.gl/yNM2p5

Please note that there is a placeholder for a description (by CNR) of the D4S copernicus services.

#5 Updated by Anton Ellenbroek almost 3 years ago

  • % Done changed from 0 to 70

#6 Updated by Miles Macmillan-Lawler almost 3 years ago

Leonardo,

Have you had a chance to review this deliverable yet? Also there is still a need for a description of the Copernicus service from CNR?

Miles

#7 Updated by Gianpaolo Coro almost 3 years ago

  • Reviewer changed from Leonardo Candela to Gianpaolo Coro

Dear Miles and Anton, I will review this deliverable for CNR.

#8 Updated by Gianpaolo Coro almost 3 years ago

Dear Miles and Anton, I have revised the deliverable, by correcting some typos, adding the CNR part and adjusting other parts.
Please, check my modifications at this link: https://goo.gl/fR7rol

If you are not comfortable with my modifications, let's talk or please report them in the ticket.

#9 Updated by Leonardo Candela almost 3 years ago

  • Status changed from In Progress to Reviewed

#10 Updated by Miles Macmillan-Lawler almost 3 years ago

  • % Done changed from 70 to 90

Thanks Gianpaolo,

Anton, I am happy with the suggested changes, if you agree we can accept the changes and submit this deliverable

Miles

#11 Updated by Anton Ellenbroek almost 3 years ago

For me it is ready for submission.

Thanks all for contributing.

https://goo.gl/Eqlm7k

#12 Updated by Anton Ellenbroek almost 3 years ago

  • Status changed from Reviewed to Sent to QAO

#13 Updated by Leonardo Candela almost 3 years ago

  • Status changed from Sent to QAO to Sent to Mgmt for Approval

I just forwarded the document to the PSC for approval. BTW I have some comments:

  • I would suggest to have a table reporting the list of all the resources of interest that clearly highlights whether they have been integrated or not;
  • it is not clear how the resources described have been actually integrated, e.g. whether they part of the infrastructure or they are embedded in some software components.
  • among the integrated resources I see geonetwork ... this should require some clarifications;

Let see what is the position of the PSC.

#14 Updated by Leonardo Candela almost 3 years ago

I forgot to highlight that the nature of this deliverable is not changed (it remains a deliverable of type other). Because of this it should manifest in a dedicated Wiki page too. Was a wiki page for D7.2 created?

#15 Updated by Miles Macmillan-Lawler almost 3 years ago

Now that the deliverable has been reviewed the contents are bieng transferred to a dedicated wiki page where they can be kept up to date. Thanks for the additional comments and we will await the PSC feedback before making any additional changes

#16 Updated by Leonardo Candela over 2 years ago

The PSC does not approved the deliverable and asked for the following changes:

  • D4Science Copernicus Service. It is reported in the AAPS section but then it reports the following sentence: "... make the product available to the Protected Area Impact Maps VRE". It is evident that this service was considered for integration in the PAIM VRE and therefore its content is not in the correct section;

  • I believe that AAPS section lacks the clarification of the exploitation policies. It is evident that both the input data and the CLS services are not make accessible via the infrastructure. Those services are exploited to compute an output that then is stored in the infrastructure and consumed via the AAPS web interface (make accessible through a VRE). In this context, it is crucial to report in a clear way this workflow and to report on the license to use the CLS infrastructure during the project to cover the identified use cases. Moreover, it should be clarified, even tentatively, that after the end of the project a MoU will be signed between CLS and D4Science for the exploitation of this service. Without this clarification, there is no possible exploitation of the service after the project and it is clearly hard to justify a large investment as the one guaranteed by T7.1 without any possible sustainability of the developed service;

  • The PAIM VRE description instead lists the datasets and their provenance in a table. However it reports also that "Most of the spatial data visualized and analyzed in the Protected Area Impact Maps VRE is stored on the GeoServer. ". This 'most' does not clarify what is stored on the infrastructure and what is not. Moreover, it does not clarify the criteria used to decide the persistence of the data. This has to be better explained.

Moreover, the following issues where highlighted previously:

  • I would suggest to have a table reporting the list of all the resources of interest that clearly highlights whether they have been integrated or not;
  • it is not clear how the resources described have been actually integrated, e.g. whether they part of the infrastructure or they are embedded in some software components.

Could you please take actions to deal with these changes and produce a revised version to be submitted to PSC again?

Please, start from the version produced by the QAO https://goo.gl/gzPfJV

#17 Updated by Leonardo Candela over 2 years ago

@miles.macmillan-lawler@grida.no could you please let me know whether there is any news about this deliverable? Are you taking care of responding to the comments raised by the PSC?

#18 Updated by Miles Macmillan-Lawler over 2 years ago

Hi Leonardo,
We have nearly completed addressing the comments raised by the PSC. The only outstanding comments, related to the AAPS VRE, will be addressed by CLS next week. We can then re-submit to the PSC by the end of next week.
Regards
Miles

#19 Updated by Pasquale Pagano over 2 years ago

  • Priority changed from Normal to Urgent

As far as I know, the new version has not been produced yet. Please clarify the status of the activities. If it is available, please report the link to the version of the document to review, otherwise please report a new reasonable date for its delivery.

#20 Updated by Miles Macmillan-Lawler over 2 years ago

Hi All,

Attached is the revised version of deliverable 7.2. It addresses the comments from the PSC.

Regards
Miles

#21 Updated by Leonardo Candela over 2 years ago

  • % Done changed from 90 to 100
  • Status changed from Sent to Mgmt for Approval to Mgmt Body Approval

#22 Updated by Leonardo Candela over 2 years ago

  • Status changed from Mgmt Body Approval to Closed

Deliverable submitted by the PP.

Submitted version available at https://goo.gl/yqgSVv

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