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Transcript of H4D2
Dashboard https://twitter.com/smarimc/status/249443469435748352 https://twitter.com/GWOBorg/status/249833086156685312 trust4news https://twitter.com/markiliffe/status/249578820137517057 https://twitter.com/GWOBorg/status/249538637656649730 ACAPS Indicators trust4news built a platform where individuals and EM bodies in hazard areas could self-report geolocated information using customized mobile forms.
The team solved the large part of their goal thanks to the @markiliffe Taafira project.
They are working together to build an Italian Taafira community and support the overall project.
Next, they are planning to work on: Taarifa Json/API for AR Layar integration. @erapisardi with UNITO Natrisk, @alf_crisci of IBIMET, @markiliffe of Taarifa more at slideshare.net/elenis Provide links between Social Media and Sahana for Professional Responders to gain benefits without overload.
This weekend focused on defining what info the professionals wanted & how they wanted it presented. @FranBoon @DoganBiyikli @IrinaTemnikova @emontero6 Simple Critical Infrastructure Maps were invented by Vinay Gupta in 2007, and have since then been developed into a very useful model for infrastructural threat analysis, systemic fault detection and comparative situational analysis.
The project this weekend was to code up a web version of this; to allow individuals, groups, organizations and states to do their own infrastructure mapping in a comfortable environment. @leashless of hexayurts, @smarimc and @dymaxion of International Modern Media Institute, @dougald, @lishevita from http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/wiki/BluePrint/SocialMedia https://twitter.com/willowbl00/status/248059047398486017 ACAPS.org creates Disaster Needs Analyses (DNAs) - the datasheets that inform first responders about a country that a crisis is happening in. Part of each DNA is the preparation data - information about what the country was like before the disaster happened (population numbers, mortality rates, GDP, languages spoken etc). At the moment, preparation DNA datasheets are filled in by an analyst going to NGO websites and finding data and the provenance of that data, on those sites.
The ACAPS Indicators team is automating a lot of that process, by making the data machine-readable and generating DNA preparation datasheets from it. The hackathon team is working on the generating-DNA-datasheets part of that problem, backed up by a team of coders from the Standby Task Force who are writing scrapers to make the data machine-readable. @bodaceacat with Standbytaskforce (blog.standbytaskforce.org), @j_undy, @noahhs HXL-Extractor A script for pulling HXL using a SPARQL query into Geoserver. From here the data can be served using OGC standards (GML, WMS, WFS etc.) but also through KML into most map layers. @markiliffe of Taarifa, @tiggr93 of Maga Consultings, Shuangyan Liu with Aston University, Disaster 2.0,
Philip Turnbull See you April 2013 for the next one! Final Presentations