Wednesday, 4th of July 2018, 15:00-16:30 CEST

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Draft Agenda

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15:00-15:05

Welcome and approval of the agenda (JRC)


15:05-15:20Context and tasks of the sub-group (JRC)

Action mandate: Action 2017.2 on alternative encodings for INSPIRE data

Call for participation: MIG temporary sub-group 2017.2 on Alternative Encodings

Example encoding rules: Guidelines for the RDF encoding of spatial data

15:20-15:30Round-table of sub-group members (all)
  • introduction (name, affiliation, expertise)
  • planned contributions to the the tasks of the sub-group
    • developing an encoding rule for GeoJSON (as a first example)

    • developing generic rules / approaches for flattening the INSPIRE data models (which will be useful for a number of alternative encodings)

    • developing the overall procedure for proposing and endorsing additional encodings


15:30-16:00

Work plan / approach (JRC)

  • developing an encoding rule for GeoJSON (as a first example)

  • developing generic rules / approaches for flattening the INSPIRE data models (which will be useful for a number of alternative encodings)

  • developing the overall procedure for proposing and endorsing additional encodings

Context, deliverables, (rough) work plan and tools: 20180704 2017.2 Kick-off meeting.pptx

16:00-16:15Working methods and tools (JRC)
  • Collaboration tools (wiki, issue trackers, e-mail, webex, ...)
  • Frequency of meetings

16:15-16:30Open questions & AOB

Draft Minutes

Preface

The minutes summarise the main conclusions and actions from the meeting. Actions are indicated in the minutes using checkboxes and are tracked in the "Open actions" section below.

Attendees

Karin Wannemacher (AT), Scott Wilson (Eurocontrol), Ilkka Rinne (FI), Peter Parslow (UK), Clemens Portele (DE), Nathalie Delattre, Gael Kruwialis (BE), Paul Janssen (NL), Alexander Kotsev, Robert Tomas, Michael Lutz (JRC)

Welcome and approval of the agenda

The agenda was approved without changes.

Context and tasks of the sub-group

The overall context and background for the action and the tasks of the sub-group were introduced.

The outcomes of the planned work on simplification rules could also be used to create simplified GML encodings. This has been one of the encodings that has received most widespread support during the consultation with the MIG.

Round-table of sub-group members

The following points were raised during the round-table:

The participants indicated their planned contributions to the the tasks of the sub-group, as follows:

Work plan / approach




Working methods and tools

The following tools will be used:

The sub-group will meet on a fixed day/time in the last week of every month, starting in August.

Open questions & AOB

None

Open Actions