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Check out the Webex Recording (Click Here) of this meeting or scroll through the meeting notes below.


Time/Date info:

Phone info:

  • USGS/DOI Number: 703-648-4848 (for calls from a USGS/DOI office)
  • Toll Free Number: 855-547-8255 (for calls from a telecommute location)
  • Access Code:  47919# (same for both numbers)

Webex info:

Coordinator info:

(30 minutes) Matt Tricomi - The National Map: Save Map As, Firing it up for the tech stack group!

PRESENTATION THAT WILL BE USED

  • FY11 Summary/Progress on the The National Map: Save As/Open In effort
  • FY12 Proposal - Moving toward USGS Wide App Service
    • Expanding Expand TNM Save As/Open In concept to USGS Wide - USGS Wide approach to Mashup Same Context File Demos of Open Mashup in other Viewers Preferrably OpenLayers, Flex, Silverlight and JS API Mashup reader developed for reuse
    • Vet the TNM Concept, Discover issues for expanding, Explore JSON Context Scope , Explore Standardization Process
    • Explore how have 1 Save As/Open In App service that USGS can use leveraging TNM efforts
    • Looking for Web Viewer UI (Preferrably OpenLayers, Flex, Silverlight and JS API ) developers and management representatives from other USGS areas interested in

(20 minutes) Discussion of TSWG proposals to CDI, to be presented at the workshop

Notes:

8-9-11 TSWG Call

Presentation from Matt Tricomi on Saving and Opening Mashups work completed in FY11 and FY12 proposal.

  • There are numerous viewer technologies for generally viewing data.
  • KML based (google maps, bing maps, openstreetmap, openlayers, etc.)
  • Thick Clients (ArcMap, Google Earth)
  • ESRI web viewers (javascript, flex, arcGIS.com, silverlight)
  • National Map (Palenterra x3 viewer via NGA)
  • Target Vision:
    • User starts viewing
    • Maches up some data
    • Save changes
    • Export to a new viewer
    • Open export in 1 click!

To do this we need a standard!

Demo of concept in Palanterra viewer.

  • Context profile: a little configuration file that defines the base layers and map details you want to see when opening the context profile.
  • Shows that a context profile can be set using a key value pair in a url.
  • Shows similar map content in a flex viewer, and openlayers, and on arcGIS.com...
    • All viewers have a different "context profile"
    • Google uses kml
    • Esri uses their json context
    • Palanterra uses their json context
  • NGA/Palanterra will be standardizing the base of their context with ESRI's but keeping the extensions that go beyond ESRI's.
  • Shows existing configuration file for the palanterra viewer.
  • Discussion breaks out.