Meeting Minutes - 4th April 2013

Present: P Herterich, S Lambert, K Kaur

  • Feedback from review
    • excellent comments received. High expectations for final report D32.2

  • The next deliverable D32.2 Report on testing of cost models and further analysis of cost parameters
    • due M30 (June 2013)
    • final report needs to be ready for internal review by mid June at the latest

  • Mappings
    • need to be finalised for the cost models partly completed in D32.1

  • Test data
    • confirm progress, check which test data available and set out detailed programme of testing
    • PH passed details to HT for testing DANS test data in CMDP model
    • Testing template to be used and to be completed for all testing - available from WP32 wiki page under attachments

  • Cost data
    • although not successful - could review and see if case studies available from BL for digitisation project costs. KK to check with previous contact and Finance

  • VCoE
    • guidance notes to be provided
    • as an option and if time permits (if effort remaining) could consider presenting case studies on the use of cost models from different perspectives:
      • Digital repository and library background (STFC)
      • Financial background (BL)
      • Cost model owner (DANS, DNB)
      • Limited cost model experience (CERN)
    • KK to produce template and check viability of review by competency of cost model user

  • Resourcing
    • PH to focus on mappings and complete over next few weeks
    • SL - STFC to provide a new contact, Robert Derby, previously worked on ODE project and has digital repository and library background - is available for half a day per week for this WP

  • Next meeting
    • 11th April

-- KirnnKaur - 2013-04-17

Topic revision: r1 - 2013-04-17 - KirnnKaur
 
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