[the-datatank] User group meeting - feedback
vansteenlandt.jan at gmail.com
Wed Mar 12 15:50:56 UTC 2014
That is correct, a more blueprint version of our bi-annual sprints is in
the making, and this will include a timeframe where votes and discussions
can take place for features, enhancements, etc.
I think Ghent is also taking a look at our semantic features, but currently
not using it as thus far.
On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 4:48 PM, Marc Portier <marc.portier at gmail.com>wrote:
> I think it would be kind of nice if UGM also offer a platform for users to
> learn from each other.
> I know vaguely about the workflow stuff in Ghent -> but how could it be
> useful to us? and how could it (eveer) fit into a roadmap for the TDT
> And from our side I think we're still somewhat the sole ones using the
> sparql/rdf hookups? (And I hate being the only one using any kind of
> software) - So maybe our motives/usecases and experienced benefits could be
> useful to other users as well?
> Finally I thinkt the workings of the UGM's should allign with your
> 6month-release schedule: we could be experiencing use cases when there is
> time, but we should be voting, prioritising and describing features when
> you guys need it in the correct sprints?
> 2014-03-12 16:39 GMT+01:00 Pieter Colpaert <pieter.colpaert at okfn.org>:
>> On 2014-03-12 16:33, Jan Vansteenlandt wrote:
>> For example, create a meeting solely around vision and future work, a
>> meeting on DCAT integration, a meeting on technical introduction, ...
>> Maybe it's a good idea to list a couple of ideas, gather votes, and just
>> create a video for that? I think 1 minute videos are the best to explain
>> things like these and they are explicable in 1 minute. On top of that, we
>> then don't limit the user group meeting to the people who can be physically
>> there ?
>> Also, we have been lingering about some features that we alone can't
>> decide, would it therefore be ok if we send this out to the mailinglist,
>> with a github issue tracker attached? This way, we don't have to wait for
>> the result of a meeting to resolve certain issues, or features.
>> Very much in favour of using github for this and attracting twitter's and
>> this mailinglist's attention to it!
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