[okfn-discuss] okfn-discuss Digest, Vol 115, Issue 6

Aldana Romero, Isaac Isaac.AldanaRomero at emc.com
Tue Apr 7 03:26:11 UTC 2015

Hi Christian, in my experience of infrastructure I suggested you to
consider some ways for store de data that´s CKAN used it with SOLR, the
best approach is HDFS which can have allot of uses cases and can help you
to became in data approach of analysis with other tools over CKAN.



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>Date: Sat, 04 Apr 2015 13:20:53 -0300
>From: Thiago Zoroastro <thiago.zoroastro at bol.com.br>
>To: rms at gnu.org, libreplanet-discuss at libreplanet.org,
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>Subject: [okfn-discuss] [Scenario] 'Reference-source'
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>In fact there's a considerable importance in mentioning GNU. The person
>can to want call the Operating System only as "Linux", but they should
>to admit the importance of GNU in this computing history. Where I study
>by now uses Windows 7 to everything, but they have a dirty Ubuntu 14.04
>with OpenSSL vulnerable, but the mistakes creates FUDs. All the programs
>we use in Windows 7 are Free Software GPL GNU.
>When people creates Facebook and Whatsapp's dependence, there's no way
>to avoid what this (badly) cause in the reality, then I avoid these
>networks because I want to use and spread ONLY gnu social and free/open
>source networks.
>But all these things under internet has the roots in free software
>languages. I liked when saw Facebook is donating money to GnuPG but I
>don't understand WHY they avoid mentioning GNU, and other scenarios in
>that free software and mainly 'GNU'.
>I think GNU Project is very cool, but my social reality don't give us a
>chance with putting an Operating System without Adobe Flash. That's a
>shitty's situation.
>All softwares and social networks should be widespreading knowledge, but
>the most of times they are spreading mistakes and misinterpretations. So
>how we could to find a solution in this way? No, never.
>The Internet mustcreates a scenario to get social and environmental
>sustainability. And people need to get contact with CODE, so if you can
>you should to OPEN and let TO SOFTWARE FREEDOM, Free As In Freedom!
>When people is under Facebook and other Corporations that uses free
>software languages, they should to know. They must to know what they
>uses and know what they are doing in that CODE.
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>Date: Sun, 5 Apr 2015 11:42:43 +0100
>From: Christian Ledermann <christian.ledermann at gmail.com>
>To: okfn-discuss at lists.okfn.org
>Subject: [okfn-discuss] Fwd: [talk-oam] website with related content
>	organisation and guidelines
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>FYI, this could be interesting.
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>From: althio <althio.forum at gmail.com>
>Date: 3 April 2015 at 13:05
>Subject: [talk-oam] website with related content organisation and
>To: openaerialmap at hotosm.org
>Hi OAMers,
>I stumbled upon a website with *somehow* similar service where
>scientists gather and share data.
>The topic is about Biology and Biodiversity and I guess it is not the
>same load.
>However the idea of contributing remotely, open source, open data, CC
>license, global coordination is there.
>Maybe the website/workflow/API/infrastructure can give you ideas.
>Maybe they would be happy to answer specific questions.
>I share some links with you, I hope it is kind of useful and not too much
>Ben - althio
>Global Biodiversity Information Facility
>Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data
>Library of documents, tools and and other information to support the
>GBIF community
>Principles of Data Quality
>How GBIF works as a global informatics infrastructure
>At the heart of the registry is a PostgreSQL database [view schema]
>accessed exclusively through a web services API. To enable faceted
>search, an embedded Apache SOLR index is maintained and exposed in the
>Webservice API
>The API is a RESTful JSON based API.
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>Best Regards,
>Christian Ledermann
>London - UK
>Mobile : +44 7474997517
>If you save the living environment, the biodiversity that we have left,
>you will also automatically save the physical environment, too. But If
>you only save the physical environment, you will ultimately lose both.
>1) Don?t drive species to extinction
>2) Don?t destroy a habitat that species rely on.
>3) Don?t change the climate in ways that will result in the above.
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