[tdwg-humboldt] CANCEL? - Humboldt Task Group Meeting Wed 1 JUNE 2022, 08:00 EST

Kate Ingenloff kathryn.ingenloff at gmail.com
Wed Jun 1 01:41:35 UTC 2022

Thanks sounds great, Yani. Thanks!

On Tue, May 31, 2022 at 7:32 PM Sica, Yanina <yanina.sica at yale.edu> wrote:

> Hi all,
> There is still quite some work to be done on the documentation
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZglRfoQUGpsDm4t2M4B6Qif2IlbPvuBaRBeOi9x1IHk/edit#>and
> I could use our meeting time to work on it. I also know that some of you
> might not be able to make it to our meeting, so *I suggest we cancel it.*
> Unless there is a topic we need to discuss as a group I suggest we keep
> advancing on the documentation over email, is this ok?
> Below you can find some of the topics that are still unresolved and we
> could use some help:
>    - *Humboldt Extension Quick Reference Guide*
>       - Steve and John are working on it
>          - can we agree to use the 6 Humboldt categories as
>          pseudo-classes (not real classes but to organize the terms)?
>          - Section Mapping data - A multi-layered approach needs some
>    wrangling
>       - Kate, Pete and I are working on improving the figure/table BUT more
>       feedback is very welcome!
>    - Example section
>       - thanks to Ming we have a great and very complex example dataset
>       using the extension, can somebody else contribute with an example?
>       - Zach, I know you probably have a lot on your plate with the FM,
>       do you think you would be able to add the rapid inventory example? I added
>       a figure and I can help describing the case if needed, let me know!
>    - General revision needed
>       - We have been making some executive decisions to the document so
>       it would be great if you can review it and share your thoughts!
>       - Last looks: Formatting, homogenize concepts (eg. DwC vs DwC
>       standard, inventory vs survey), figure numbers, etc
> We also need to make some decision on the testers. See here
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cWWOw720Qw2eWOVRTeZSHD0eavt78KFB_b6vAH-UzCI/edit#heading=h.7a8nvnmmbavu>the
> candidate list that we need to refine.
> Hope this works for you, otherwise let me know!
> cheers,
> Yani
> Yanina V. Sica, PhD
> Lead Data Team
> Map of Life <https://mol.org/> | Center for Biodiversity and Global Change
> <https://bgc.yale.edu/>
> Yale University
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Kate Ingenloff, PhD
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Data Curator, Map of Life

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