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Repository Governance and Infrastructure Project Team

Project Leads
Chris Butler, Mike Carniello
Project Members
  • Bob Friedman
  • Frank Senk
  • John Garrity
  • Kim Minkalis
  • Kirsten Frank
  • Mike Schembri
  • Rebeka Tabbey
  • Yingshan You
  • Ippei Akiya
  • Karen Malley
  • Nancy Brucken
  • Sathish Sundaram
  • Kim Musgrave
  • Dirk Spruck

Project Description

Project Name
Repository Governance and Infrastructure
Description
This project will establish the basic structure and management of the repository – Google Code to be used for PhUSE standard scripts. Google Code provides a scalable, reliable, and fast collaborative development environment for us to share and develop standard scripts and documents for data transformations and analyses. The goals of this project are: 1) define the folder structure and name conventions; 2) define roles and responsibilities of each role; 3) define tasks and duties; 4) define the process of tracking issues; 5) define required metadata for each script and recommended programming style.

Project Plan

For the next CSS conference in 2016, our desire is to have a decided upon structure in place for placing scripts. Much of this input will be determined by our Validation working group.

Additionally, we will be looking to garner more participation at the Scriptathon event.

Project Progress

Why Google Code for FDA/PhUSE standard script repository?
  • We have documented the reasons in this Progress Report
  • Here are the main points:
    • Everyone agreed with the basics of the platform search: good usable GUI, version control, non proprietary
    • Everyone agreed that GitHub is too advanced and not appropriate for this collaborative effort
    • The Wiki will be used for publishing of "final" scripts. For the script development the Wiki was considered to have some disadvantages (e.g. no concurrent editing)
    • Google Docs is currently the preferred platform as a collaborative environment for script development. Several attendees reported bad experience with wrong updates of Google Docs though. A document management system was mentioned as a better platform.
    • Look into the development for R as a model for script development.
  • The following alternatives were considered and discussed:
Milestones
Reports
Scriptathon
  • PhUSE/CSS Conference: 3/17/2014, Silver Spring, MD
  • PharmaSUG:
  • PhUSE Annual Conference:

Project Meetings

Year 2014

May 2 2013 Notes are here SS P03 02MAY2013
May 23 2013 Notes are here SS P03 23MAY2013
June 06 2013 Notes are here SS P03 06JUN2013
June 20 2013 Notes are here SS P03 20JUN2013
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September 12 2013 Notes are here SS P03 12SEP2013
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October 10 2013 Notes are here SS P03 10OCT2013
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November 07 2013 Notes are here SS P03 07NOV2013
November 21 2013 Notes are here SS P03 21NOV2013
December 05 2013 Notes are here SS P03 05DEC2013
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February 06 2014 Notes are here SS P03 06FEB2014
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March 06 2014 Notes are here SS P03 06MAR2014
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May 20 2014 Notes are here SS P03 20MAY2014
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Dec 16 2014 Notes are here SS P03 16DEC2014

Year 2015

Jan 05 2015 Notes are here SS P03 05Jan2015
Feb 17 2015 Notes are here SS P03 17Feb2015
Mar 10 2015 Notes are here SS P03 10Mar2015

Script Inventory

Standard Script Inventory


Last revised by Cjbcross,04/27/2015