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From jan i <j...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [Discuss] ORDS to join Apache Incubator
Date Wed, 08 Jul 2015 12:29:35 GMT
Hi

A few questions, just for my understanding (and before I commit to
anything):
- Are you a group of people developing this system, preferable also someone
from outside Oxford ?
- Is the system in use in other places?
- Which programming languages do you use ?

In any case I will be happy to take a look at the proposal and give my
comments. Maybe more if I can see I can benefit the project.

rgds
jan i.


On 8 July 2015 at 14:14, Kris Popat <krispopat@apache.org> wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> I’m writing to the incubator list because we have a project, which we are
> very keen to be incubated in Apache if possible.  It is system created by
> IT Services at Oxford University called ORDS which stands for Open Research
> Database System
>
> At the moment I’m structuring a proposal but need to find a champion and
> mentors for the project.
>
> Does anyone have ideas of people who might do this, or be willing
> themselves?
>
> This is from the first section of the proposal I’m writing.
>
> ORDS pipelines data from recognized sources such as csv files,
> spreadsheets, and relational database files into structured online
> databases to provide “Database as a service” (DBaaS) functionality. It has
> a full set of tools for managing and editing these databases including
> giving users to ability to create versioned snapshots of data and share
> specific datasets. New databases can also be created using these tools.
> Databases are housed in projects and associated with users with given
> roles. The data can be exported in common formats.
>
> A live version of the system is in use by researchers in Oxford.  You can
> see the front end and documentation here http://ords.ox.ac.uk/.
>
> Thanks
>
> Kris Popat
>
> ---------------------------------------------
>
> Developer | Consultant Researcher

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