Changes between Version 197 and Version 198 of BluePrint/SAFIRE


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Timestamp:
03/16/18 03:16:29 (4 years ago)
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Nuwan Waidyanatha
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    202202   a. It can, of course, go a lot deeper then
    2032031. Which languages does the system need to be available in?
    204    i, default is English,
    205    i, we have some of the system translated into French, but this may need some work to complete
    206    I. Do you want to work on a translation into Seychellois?
    207 
    208 Where do you plan on hosting the software?
    209 We normally use Amazon Web Services, but are you planning to host in house?
    210 Due to the specialist nature of the tool, we generally recommend that you see it as a SaaS solution rather than managing the server yourselves, although it is certainly possible for you to manage it if you have the requisite skills
    211 
    212 Will it be delivered via a URL like https://sahana.drdm.gov.sc or https://drmis.drdm.gov.sc ?
    213 Ideally this should be up and running before the training of-course.
    214 I can, of course, assist with the installation....if this is SaaS then I just need you to handle the DNS & SSL certificate.
    215 
    216 Do you have data available that you wish to import into the system?
    217 I see some data on HDX: https://data.humdata.org/group/syc
    218 - the airports, for instance, could be worth importing
    219 - however this doesn't include the Administrative Boundaries which are generally the most important data to load. I can get the Districts from Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seychelles#Administrative_divisions) but if you had the Polygons (e.g. Shapefile) that would be great.
    220 
    221 Seeing the data that you currently work from also helps give an idea of the workflows you want to make use of & the degree of customization required to get the system to fit.
     204   a. default is English,
     205   a. we have some of the system translated into French, but this may need some work to complete
     206   a. Do you want to work on a translation into Seychellois?
     2071. Where do you plan on hosting the software? (Ideally this should be up and running before the training of-course.
     208)
     209   a. We normally use Amazon Web Services,
     210   a. are you planning to host in house?
     211   a. Will it be delivered via a URL like https://sahana.drdm.gov.sc or https://drmis.drdm.gov.sc ?
     212   a. Due to the specialist nature of the tool, we generally recommend that you see it as a SaaS solution rather than managing the server yourselves, although it is certainly possible for you to manage it if you have the requisite skills
     213      i. if this is SaaS then I just need you to handle the DNS & SSL certificate.
     2141. Do you have data available that you wish to import into the system?
     215   a. I see some data on HDX: https://data.humdata.org/group/syc
     216   a, the airports, for instance, could be worth importing
     217   a. this doesn't include the Administrative Boundaries (generally the most important data to load).
     218   a, I can get the Districts from Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seychelles#Administrative_divisions) but if you had the Polygons (e.g. Shapefile) that would be great.
     219   a. Seeing the data that you currently work from also helps give an idea of the workflows you want to make use of & the degree of customization required to get the system to fit.
     220
     2211. Do you need assistance with the installation
    222222=== Washington, US State Common Operating Picture ===
    223223The Washington State Common Operating Picture (WA-COP) is being designed to manage and present the influx of state and county level emergency services data streams on in a single Eden-based application.