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# Jeno will add YML file for WPCT-F.07.01-sdtm-lb.sas
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'''Notes'''
# Hanming will generate a list of other scripts which need metadata (YML) files
 
  
'''Plan for working sessions at March 2016 CSS
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Chris B likely dropping out of active role - but can still help with Github repository if pure direction is given.
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Use the "scriptathon" Monday time in the evening to work on the repository - use the afternoon time to plan what to do in the evening. In the day discussions, break down the work into smallish segments and get 1,2,3 people to work on the segments.
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To really complete pieces we want to complete - to make these standard analyses really usable - need to come up with another way of resourcing.
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Need to get things done - not just contribute to a discussion.
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Need to resource these in a different way.
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Would like to be in a positiion to do this when we meet in March 2016.
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Sponsors to support w/dedicated resource? University students to help? Stronger FDA statment? - if you all do this, we'll put it in JumpStart (for example).
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We all feel we don't have enough time to contribute - can't apologize for it.
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Do we approach Transelerate into co-sponsoring some of this work?
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CDISC ? It took years to do it. Practically, less than a handful to make it work. Companies spend a lot of money to be a part of CDISC, plus with the FDA's "blessing" - it behooved the industry to actively donate resources.
  
In the afternoon, describe the user stories - into small pieces - and then work on that stuff in the evening.
 
  
  
 
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Revision as of 10:45, 23 November 2015

Attendees

Mike C

Dante T

Dirk S

Notes

Chris B likely dropping out of active role - but can still help with Github repository if pure direction is given.

To really complete pieces we want to complete - to make these standard analyses really usable - need to come up with another way of resourcing.

Need to get things done - not just contribute to a discussion.

Need to resource these in a different way.

Would like to be in a positiion to do this when we meet in March 2016.

Sponsors to support w/dedicated resource? University students to help? Stronger FDA statment? - if you all do this, we'll put it in JumpStart (for example).

We all feel we don't have enough time to contribute - can't apologize for it.

Do we approach Transelerate into co-sponsoring some of this work?

CDISC ? It took years to do it. Practically, less than a handful to make it work. Companies spend a lot of money to be a part of CDISC, plus with the FDA's "blessing" - it behooved the industry to actively donate resources.


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