What was the goal of Comet Sprint 29 / Daylight Sprint 1 Comet: The primary aim was to facilitate bulk export functionality to solicit stakeholder input prior to refining round-tripping procedures. Daylight: The focus was on engaging in technical dialogues and exploratory activities within the team concerning micro frontends for discovery.
The Surfliner Project team convened for a second year on February 6, 2024, for the Surfliner 2024 Prioritization Exercise, employing the “20/20 Vision” prioritization exercise. This session focused on refining the project’s high-level epics and aligning them with strategic objectives. Prior to the exercise, the Tech Leads and
What was the goal? Sprints 27, 28, 29, and 30 were a part of the Fall 2023 Workcycle. The following goals were set: * Support ingest and display of georeferenced GeoTIFFs. * Resolve bugs around URLS on Shoreline and unpublishing/republishing content. * Support Comet in making bulk ingest of content rock solid.
What was the goal of Sprint 28? Continuing the workcycle’s theme of making the bulk ingest process as substantial as possible, especially through stakeholder feedback What is the milestone that this sprint is supporting? Ingest of geospatial data and ADRL data in bulk Accomplishments of Sprint 28: * Ensured that
What was the goal of Sprint 27? A continuation of making the bulk ingest process as rock solid as possible, especially through stakeholder feedback What is the milestone that this sprint is supporting? Ingesting geospatial data and ADRL data in bulk. Accomplishments of Sprint 27: * Users can now add and
This year, we formalized setting our priorities for the coming year through a "prioritization exercise." On Wednesday, January 18 from 9-11am, we completed a prioritization exercise called 20/20 Vision. An explanation of the exercise can be found at Gamestorming. Step 1 For each Surfliner product we asked the Tech
What was the goal of Sprint 17? * Pushing collections to the OAI endpoint (tidewater) and making the set harvestable from OAI * IIIF Image Server (Cantaloupe) wired into staging and production environments for each campus * Workflow-driven “publish” from Comet to the Shoreline geodata platform What is the milestone that this sprint
What was the goal of Sprint 16? * Editing and adding descriptive and other user defined metadata for existing objects * Running workflow and event triggered work (characterization, access derivatives) * Assigning permanent identifiers (primarily interested in the short term in ARKs as canonical IDs) * Publishing that content to a public access platform
What was the goal of Sprint 15? * Adding/editing descriptive and other user defined metadata * Running workflow and event triggered work (characterization) * Assigning permanent identifiers (ARKs) * Publishing to a public access platform (OAI, IIIF, Shoreline) What is the milestone that this sprint is supporting? To have a robust publish lifecycle