Thread: (off subject) car pool down to Asilomar

Started: Sept. 16, 2005, 1:01 p.m.
Last activity: Sept. 19, 2005, 11:13 a.m.
Topics: Web Services
Joanna Muench
Sept. 16, 2005, 1:01 p.m.
Hi,

Welcome to our webservices email list. And of course the first message
is not really on the subject of web services, but instead on logistics
for the workshop.

I'm flying into San Jose Airport last in the afternoon on Tuesday, Sept
21st. I know some others are also coming in between 4:30 pm and 6 pm and
thought we might be able to pull together enough folks to make a one-way
car rental a good option. That would also provide some flexibility for
stopping along the way for a decent meal. Anyone interested in joining me?

Looking forward to seeing everyone in Monterey!

Joanna

  • Jeremy Fee
    Sept. 16, 2005, 2:08 p.m.
    I'm arriving in San Jose at 4pm on Tuesday and I'd be interested.

    Jeremy Fee
    Geologic Hazards Team
    (303) 273-8632
    jmfee<at>usgs.gov




    Joanna Muench <joanna<at>iris.washington.edu>
    Sent by: webservices-bounces<at>iris.washington.edu
    09/16/05 02:01 PM
    Please respond to
    "a forum for people in the earth sciences community to discuss issues
    related to the implementation and use of web services."
    <webservices<at>iris.washington.edu>


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    [Webservices] (off subject) car pool down to Asilomar






    Hi,

    Welcome to our webservices email list. And of course the first message
    is not really on the subject of web services, but instead on logistics
    for the workshop.

    I'm flying into San Jose Airport last in the afternoon on Tuesday, Sept
    21st. I know some others are also coming in between 4:30 pm and 6 pm and
    thought we might be able to pull together enough folks to make a one-way
    car rental a good option. That would also provide some flexibility for
    stopping along the way for a decent meal. Anyone interested in joining me?

    Looking forward to seeing everyone in Monterey!

    Joanna
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    Webservices<at>iris.washington.edu
    http://www.iris.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/webservices


  • Nan Galbraith
    MMI
    Sept. 17, 2005, 10:47 a.m.
    Hi All -

    I've been involved in the Marine Metadata Interoperability initiative this
    past year, and would like to post some information about the new
    webservices
    email list (this list) on the website there. So, I hope that this is an
    open list,
    and that new members would be welcome.

    Also, at the upcoming IRIS Web Services workshop, I'd like to see if
    I can get some volunteers to go over the MMI website with me during
    some of the breaks, to gather some ideas for the upcoming redesign.

    The MMI site is intended to provide guidance and information on data
    management and interoperability for people working in the marine
    sciences, so it might be of interest to some of the participants in the
    IRIS
    workshop. If you're interested in this, please send me an email or find
    me at the
    workshop.

    The MMI site is at http://www.marinemetadata.org. It works as a wiki, so
    you can add content if you would like to register, or just view it as a
    visitor.

    Thanks!
    Nan Galbraith


    • Linus Kamb
      Sept. 19, 2005, 8:42 a.m.
      Hi, Nan.

      I think it would be fine to publicize this list a bit. Our hope is that this will be a
      forum for the discussion of issues in web services as they relate to providing scientific
      content and services. Having a broader membership ought to encourage that discussion.

      I would be happy to look over the mmi stuff with you.

      - Linus


      Nan Galbraith wrote:
      Hi All -

      I've been involved in the Marine Metadata Interoperability initiative this
      past year, and would like to post some information about the new
      webservices
      email list (this list) on the website there. So, I hope that this is an
      open list,
      and that new members would be welcome.

      Also, at the upcoming IRIS Web Services workshop, I'd like to see if
      I can get some volunteers to go over the MMI website with me during
      some of the breaks, to gather some ideas for the upcoming redesign.

      The MMI site is intended to provide guidance and information on data
      management and interoperability for people working in the marine
      sciences, so it might be of interest to some of the participants in the
      IRIS
      workshop. If you're interested in this, please send me an email or find
      me at the
      workshop.

      The MMI site is at http://www.marinemetadata.org. It works as a wiki, so
      you can add content if you would like to register, or just view it as a
      visitor.

      Thanks!
      Nan Galbraith

      _______________________________________________
      Webservices mailing list
      Webservices<at>iris.washington.edu
      http://www.iris.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/webservices

      • Melinda Squibb
        Sept. 19, 2005, 11:13 a.m.
        Nan,

        Have you seen the site at:

        http://www.nceas.ucsb.edu/ under Ecoinformatics?

        It's focusing on marine ecological data, but there is clearly some overlap
        in subject matter with your area - although they seem to be taking another
        approach.

        Mindy Squibb



        On 2005-9-19 8:42 AM, "Linus Kamb" <linus<at>iris.washington.edu> wrote:

        Hi, Nan.

        I think it would be fine to publicize this list a bit. Our hope is that this
        will be a
        forum for the discussion of issues in web services as they relate to providing
        scientific
        content and services. Having a broader membership ought to encourage that
        discussion.

        I would be happy to look over the mmi stuff with you.

        - Linus


        Nan Galbraith wrote:
        Hi All -

        I've been involved in the Marine Metadata Interoperability initiative this
        past year, and would like to post some information about the new
        webservices
        email list (this list) on the website there. So, I hope that this is an
        open list,
        and that new members would be welcome.

        Also, at the upcoming IRIS Web Services workshop, I'd like to see if
        I can get some volunteers to go over the MMI website with me during
        some of the breaks, to gather some ideas for the upcoming redesign.

        The MMI site is intended to provide guidance and information on data
        management and interoperability for people working in the marine
        sciences, so it might be of interest to some of the participants in the
        IRIS
        workshop. If you're interested in this, please send me an email or find
        me at the
        workshop.

        The MMI site is at http://www.marinemetadata.org. It works as a wiki, so
        you can add content if you would like to register, or just view it as a
        visitor.

        Thanks!
        Nan Galbraith

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        Webservices mailing list
        Webservices<at>iris.washington.edu
        http://www.iris.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/webservices
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        Melinda Squibb
        mindy<at>crustal.ucsb.edu
        webmaster<at>cosmos-eq.org
        Institute for Crustal Studies
        Mail Code 1100
        UC Santa Barbara
        Santa Barbara, CA 93106
        Voice: 805 893 8543
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