IMPORTANT - Group, roles, and hackathon preparation
It is time to choose a task or two and start working. Please complete the following ASAP:
In each of the following groups, I need someone to volunteer to serve as the coordinator. This person will be responsible for organizing the groups work, and completing any deliverables due before the hackathon.
The following are only my suggestions - each group can decide on their own how they will work together. You canalso self-organize and create your own working groups! See some ideas in the stretch goals here: https://github.com/BONSAMURAIS/hackathon-2019#outputs
A framework for building Python libraries that helps people get started quickly. https://github.com/BONSAMURAIS/python-skeleton.
There is some content there already, needs to have some issues closed and then be tested.
The bentso working group depends on this to be finished, so completion of at least the first stage well before the hackathon start is a priority.
Output: Github repo
Suggested coordinator: Bo
We will try to reuse existing ontologies as much as possible, but some custom ontology development is inevitable. Key discussion points for this group:
Suggested coordinator: Agneta
No pressure or anything, but this is the most important working group, as other groups depend on it to produce results in a timely manner.
This group will select the overall framework and specific ontologies to be used in the hackathon, and communicate them in a human- and computer-readable fashion. Should include outputs from the BONSAI ontology working group.
Output: New github repo with first version of rdf/turtle/whatever, and discussion in issues as to what was chosen and why, before the hackathon start. Updating the bonsai wiki can come during or after the hackathon.
Suggested coordinator: Brandon
Technical guidelines and examples for interoperable life cycle inventory models models that also meet the standards that Brandon has developed.
Should proceed in accordance with bentso, which will be an example of these best practices.
Output: New github repo with standards and discussion. Not due before hackathon start.
Software development methodology
Suggested coordinator: Tomas
Getting started guide
Suggested coordinator: Tom
Output: New github repo with guides that can be finished in ~15 minutes before start of hackathon.
Suggested coordinator: Rutger
Conversion from RDF to SimaPro CSV
Output: Documentation of SimaPro CSV format, and library to convert to/from RDF by end of hackathon.
Suggested coordinator: Chris
BONSAI living model for European electricity via ENTSO-E API.
Output: Working model by the end of the hackathon. Basic querying functionality should be available before hackathon start.
Usable correspondence tables between different schemas, e.g. EXIOBASE/ecoinvent/BONSAI RDF.
I will send out a separate email with a poll with option to sign up for the different groups.