status: Recognised & Endorsed

Chair (s): Wim HUGO, Michael Diepenbroek, Jay Pearlman, Stefano Nativi, Tommi Suominen

Group Email: [group_email]

Secretariat Liaison: enquiries[at]rd-alliance.org


The scope of the WG covers data sources from research and scholarly communication. Within this domain obstacles for wider application of brokering techniques are:

  • Multiple service protocols for data discovery, access, and application or processing;
  • Multiple content standards for data and metadata, augmented by Community profiles and non-standard implementations;
  • Multiple vocabularies and ontologies.
  • Multiple adaptation and mediation modules that are not guaranteed to be compatible.

Research projects and research data infrastructure initiatives often solve problems associated with this diversity as a matter of course, but the knowledge gained and components developed during such a process are not visible and useful to others. Furthermore, project life cycle limitations lead to lack of sustainability, loss of expertise, code, and infrastructure.

View the group case statement 

Posts

06
December
2022

Re: RDA 20th Plenary - Notification of Acceptance

by Jay Pearlman

Wim, Do you need any help? Jay Pearlman, Ph.D. Fellow IEEE IEEE France Director, Four Bridges On Dec 6, 2022, at 06:21, Secretariat <***@***.***-foundation.org> wrote: Dear Chairs of the Brokering Framework Working Group,
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28
October
2022

Invitation to participate in 'A Decade of Data: 10 Years of the RDA' events and activities

by Connie Clare

Good day, The RDA Secretariat would like to invite the Brokering Framework Working Group to participate in ‘A Decade of Data’: Celebrating 10 Years of the Research Data Alliance’. 10 months to celebrate 10 years of the RDA
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23
February
2021

RDA Virtual Plenary 17 - Notification of Acceptance

by Secretariat Group Account

Dear Chairs of the Brokering Framework Working Group, Congratulations! Your RDA Virtual Plenary 17 (VP17) session application titled “Brokering Framework: Preliminary Recommendations” has been approved by the Technical Advisory Board (TAB). Please consider this your official notification of acceptance.
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29
January
2021

RDA VP17 Session proposal submission

by Alexandra Delipalta

Dear Brokering Framework Working Group members,    Thank you for your session proposal for Virtual Plenary 17 titled ‘Brokering Framework: Preliminary Recommendations’. A review of all submitted proposals is now underway by the RDA Technical Advisory Board, with notifications of acceptance planned to be sent by 26 February.    Please feel free to contact the RDA Secretariat at enquiries@rd-alliance.org with any questions or concerns you have regarding your submission. Thank you.    Regards, 
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14
April
2020

Materials for Virtual Session

by Wim HUGO

  The materials used in the recent Virtual Session have been updated, and are maintained in Google Drive at the moment:
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08
April
2020

Materials for Virtual Session

by Wim HUGO

Hi   Materials for the session this afternoon can be found from here.
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08
April
2020

Re: [brokering-governance][brokering-framework] Brokering Framework WG Virtual Session

by Stefano Nativi

Hello Wim, I would like to join the meeting, it should be at 13:00 CEST, correct? I could join a bit late due to another telecon I must attend ahead. Thank you Stefano P.S. I hope everything is doing well with you ---------------------- Dr. Stefano Nativi Big Data Lead Scientist, European Commission DG Joint Research Centre Unit B6, Via E. Fermi 749, 21027 Ispra VA (Italy) Tel. +39 0332 785075 email ***@***.***
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06
April
2020

Brokering Framework WG Virtual Session

by Wim HUGO

Dear Working Group Members We will have a virtual PDA session this coming Wednesday, 8 April at 12h00 UTC. You can use this link to register if you have not done so yet.
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21
December
2019

RDA P15 Melbourne - Session Acceptance

by Isabelle PERSEIL

  Dear Brokering Framework Working Group,   At its meeting on December 19, the RDA Technical Advisory Board considered your proposal for a session at Plenary 15 in 2020.   We are happy to advise you that your session proposal "Brokering Framework: Progress and Confirmation" has been accepted. Congratulations!   TAB has some suggestions below for how you could improve your session. Please update the session description accordingly to provide the best information for potential attendees.   Suggested improvements:
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09
December
2019

P15 Session Proposal Received

by Jamie Lupo-Petta

Dear RDA Chair, Thank you for your session proposal for Plenary 15 titled “Brokering Framework: Progress and Confirmation”. 
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