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Re: [] Open Measurement Data Management Working Group

Interesting. What makes this different from the Automotive WG?
Aside from a typo (Automotve instead of Automotive!) in the name of one of its standards that nobody corrected for 2(!) years now, the site shows no involvement from any company that isn't also in the Auto WG already. Imagine the fairly sucessful WG Unconference from ECF took place more often, would members of this new WG have its own meetings, do it part of Auto WG or both?;-)  Most members would have to split or send multiple people if they're serious about participating.

If this WG as the title suggests plans to exchange with others especially Science, then I'd be interested to get involved as in Science, e.g. subscribe to Malling list, etc. There is no current Eclipse project that fits the term Open Measurement more than UOMo;-) 
And Ford's OpenXC (de facto standard) effectively mimicking what UOMo or JSR 363 do speaks for itself. They (Ford, GM) could also get involved if they aren't btw.


Am 26.06.2014 07:34 schrieb Mike Milinkovich <mike.milinkovich@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
> All,
> A proposal has been made to establish an Open Measurement Data Management Working Group [1].  The goal of the Open MDM WG is to be a collaborative effort involving industry, academia, and government to develop reusable open source software for scientific research. Audi, BMW, Bosch, Gigatronik, Canoo, Peak Solution, Science & Computing and others have expressed interest in participating this working group.
> The proposed charter [1]  for this working group is available for review.   If you have any comments or feedback on the proposed charter, please send them to emo@xxxxxxxxxxx.  All Members of the Eclipse Foundation are invited to join and participate in this working group.  If you are interested, please send an e-mail emo@xxxxxxxxxxx.    Based on the feedback and level of interest, the working group will be officially created in July 2014.
> Please feel free to contact myself, or Ralph Mueller (cc'd above) if you have any questions.
> [1]
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> Mike Milinkovich
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