Changes between Version 25 and Version 26 of Event/2011/GCI


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Timestamp:
11/15/11 15:02:50 (10 years ago)
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Nuwan Waidyanatha
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    1212 * Build library(ies) '''Emergency Data Exchange Language Distribution Element'''
    13 Proposed by: [http://lirneasia.net/profiles/nuwan-waidyanatha | Nuwan Waidyanatha][[BR]]
     13Proposed by: [http://lirneasia.net/profiles/nuwan-waidyanatha | Nuwan][[BR]]
    1414Difficulty : '''Hard'''[[BR]]
    1515Applies to : Sahana Interoperability policy. Present developments to investigate are: HAVE, RM, and SITREP http://www.oasis-open.org/standards#edxl [[BR]]
    16 '''Specific: '''EDXL-DE is the final wrapper (envelope) of all EDXL data parcels. We may be delivering a EDXL Resource Management (RM) information and Situational Reporting (SitRep) information to the managers of several organizations. The DE will contain who, when, and where those RM and SITREP data parcels would be delivered. Every EDXL message (data parcel) must carry this information. Otherwise, it cannot use available distribution methods and would need to rely on its own protocol; that's not very user friendly. [[BR]]
     16'''Specific: '''EDXL-DE is the final wrapper (envelope) of all EDXL data parcels. We may be delivering a EDXL Resource Management (RM) information and Situational Reporting (SITREP) information to the managers of several emergency organizations. The DE will contain who, when, and where those RM and SITREP data parcels would be delivered. Every EDXL message (data parcel) must carry this information. Otherwise, it cannot use available distribution methods and would need to rely on its own protocol; that's not very user friendly. [[BR]]
    1717'''Measurable: ''' It is purely a coding task that involves playing with XML and developing a class, possibly within the 3R**** framework. [[BR]]
    18 '''Attainable: ''' Step 1 :: select one of the existing EDXL-based applications, recommend the EDXL-RM; then add the EDXL-DE component to that. Then expand on that concept with EDXL-HAVE and EDXL-SITREP [[BR]]
     18'''Attainable: ''' [[BR]]
     19Step 1 :: select one of the existing EDXL-based applications in Eden, I recommend the EDXL-RM; then add the EDXL-DE component to that. [[BR]]
     20Step 2 :: Then expand on that concept with EDXL-HAVE and EDXL-SITREP to generalize the library [[BR]]
    1921'''Relevant: ''' [[BR]]
    2022'''Time-bound: ''' [[BR]]
    21 '''Evaluate: ''' [[BR]]
    22 '''Reevaluate: ''' [[BR]]
     23'''Evaluate: ''' Involve producing XML files with the EDXL-DE element appended to the EDXL-RM, SITREP, or HAVE[[BR]]
     24'''Reevaluate: ''' Use an API to add and strip the EDXL-DE to any EDXL data standard. Use the same set of XML files to run through this process [[BR]]
    2325* Packaging
    2426 * Easy (Fran): [InstallationGuidelines/Windows/User Windows Installer for End-Users]