Call for participation #2910
Control body for the central INSPIRE registers and INSPIRE register federation
|Status:||Open||Start date:||26 Jan 2017|
|Priority:||Normal||Due date:||28 Feb 2017|
This is a call for participation in the control body for the central INSPIRE registers and INSPIRE register federation. The terms of reference for the control body have been endorsed by the MIG in its meeting on 30/11-1/12 and are published at http://inspire.ec.europa.eu/id/document/tor/registry-control-body-and-submittingorganisations/1.0.
The control body should be a small group of technical experts appointed by the register owner to decide on the acceptability of proposals for changes to the content of a register. To keep the burden for the control body to a minimum, it is proposed to only consult it on major issues. Minor issues (such as correction of minor bugs) will be implemented directly the register manager (JRC). Since all changes are publicly documented, they are under public scrutiny. If a submitting organisation or member of the control body objects to a change made by the register manager, the issue shall be discussed and resolved in the next meeting of the control body. The control body may also “escalate” issues to the MIG that may have far-reaching consequences for INSPIRE implementation in the Member States.
Nominations by MIG representatives and applications from the pool of experts should be posted as comments to this issue, specifying the following information:
Expertise: [what qualifies the expert for participation in the control body]
The initial deadline for nominations and applications is 2017-02-28. A (virtual) kick-off meeting will be organised in March 2017.
#1 Updated by Michael Lutz over 3 years ago
we have just published the call for participation in the control body for the central INSPIRE registers and INSPIRE register federation. Please distribute it to potentially interested register experts in your networks.
Thanks, Michael (and the JRC registry team)
#2 Updated by Chris Schubert over 3 years ago
Michael Lutz wrote:
Dear all, we have just published the call for participation in the control body for the central INSPIRE registers and INSPIRE register federation. Please distribute it to potentially interested register experts in your networks. Thanks, Michael (and the JRC registry team)
Nomination from Austria:
Name: Chris Schubert
Affiliation: Climate Change Centre Austria – Data Centre
Expertise: Strong knowledge and experiences in the field of controlled vocabulary for INSPIRE and related domains, e.g. GeoSciML. Worked at JRC for the extraction and collection of the INSPIRE vocabulary for all Annexes, incl. validation and managing. Practical knowledge for semantic vocabulary mapping, Linked Data and Services, SKOS, RDF, etc.
Active contribution within the MIWP-6: registers and registries. In-depth knowledge about the architecture of INSPIRE Registry Software and Registry Federation RoR, excellent knowledge by managing the content of the INSPIRE Registers, setting up the Austrian INSPIRE Registry and delivering content for the RoR and the INSPIRE GML encoding rules
#4 Updated by Carlo Cipolloni over 3 years ago
Name: Carlo Cipolloni
Affiliation: ISPRA (Istituto Superiore per la Protezione e la Ricerca Ambientale)
Expertise: ISPRA and Italian Technical INSPIRE responsible, MIG-T, Member of GeoSciML OGC SWG, Member of CGI GeoScience Terminology Working Group; Knowledge of SKOW and LINK DATA and in Data Validation.
#5 Updated by Michael Lutz about 2 years ago
unfortunately I don’t have commenting rights for issues #2910 and #2911, so I’m sending the German nominations directly to you by mail.
We really appreciate the mandate has been renewed at the last MIG-meeting. The German nominations are
Name: Nicolas Hagemann
Affiliation: Coordination Office SDI Germany
Expertise: German GDI-DE Registry, MIG-T
Please don't hesitate to contact in case further information is required.
Thank you very much.