|[stem-dev] Notes from today's STEM community call|
STEM Community Call January 12, 2012
On call: Jamie, Matthias, Stefan, Matt, Chris, Kun, Alec, Judy
1. RELEASE PLANNING
>Jamie will work on a new plug in w/o open map.
>Matthias will put on a private server or arrange for Ari to do so.
>Matthias will send short explanatory statement for website to Jamie to use to update plan page for 1.3.
>Fix will be temporary.
>Will start a STEM-Dev discussion.
*Improved graph editor (Save-As needs to be implemented)
*Initializers (Chris); problems w/content for infectors, inoculators; will update/link scenario & documentation.
*Loggers (Matt, in process)
*Mosquitoes VCAP (done)
*Shape file importer (Matthias, Max); see above under Release Planning; Matthias will post doc on wiki.
Need better organization for wiki.
>Put contents @ right at bottom or hide to make page more readable.
>Move What’s New to new position as History (Jamie, Judy).
>Highlight tutorials for easy access by new users.
*Transformation decorator broke integration. Is some transformation more continuous? Does some need to be in different class? Does food consumption = food transformation?
*Chris: Has done some renaming, will send proposal on changes to stem.dev for discussion prior to potentially committing to Eclipse.
See under Release Planning, New Doc.
>Jamie: Updating malaria paper.
>Matt: Updating EZRI (?) for use w/ STEM.
>Chris: Has encountered EMF bug, items disappear when new items are added; will send scenario w/ instructions on how to reproduce to Matt, Jamie; is serious, may need a workaround.
>Alec: Joining call; a biologist, has a long list of diseases for possible study. Jamie: Have 10 years of shigella data from Israeli CDC .
>Jamie: Interested in visiting BFR, collaborating on joint abstracts for upcoming conferences.
>Matthias: Will post conferences (mostly European) they are planning to attend on Newsgroup, also upcoming conference on food safety to be held in Orlando, FL, they can’t get to.
>Matthias: Possible collaboration on proposal for International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE) in Maastricht, Belgium, 20-24 August 2012.
>Judy: See details @http://www.isvee13.org/abstracts-and-posters/abstract-submission. Proposals are due 15 February 2012.
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