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Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators Notes
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors pdf
discussion

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Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials Time
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center pdf 18' + 2'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR pdf 8' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators slides 13' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report slides 13' + 2'

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Abstracts

Markus Demleitner
Requirements and Validators: Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor
Validation for VO standard authors: Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco
The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future: The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais
VOUnits in VizieR: The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Web Validators: One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Weather Report: Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.

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Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

[back to main programme page]

Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators Notes
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors pdf
discussion

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Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials Time
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center pdf 18' + 2'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR pdf 8' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators slides 13' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report slides 13' + 2'

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Abstracts

Markus Demleitner
Requirements and Validators: Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor
Validation for VO standard authors: Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco
The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future: The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais
VOUnits in VizieR: The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Web Validators: One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Weather Report: Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.

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Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

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Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators Notes
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Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials Time
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center pdf 18' + 2'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR pdf 8' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators slides 13' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report slides 13' + 2'

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner
Requirements and Validators: Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor
Validation for VO standard authors: Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco
The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future: The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais
VOUnits in VizieR: The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Web Validators: One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Weather Report: Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.

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Revision 172022-04-29 - RenaudSavalle

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaOps"

Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

[back to main programme page]

Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators Notes
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors pdf
_review of IvoaValidatorsSummary _

Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials Time
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center pdf 18' + 2'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR pdf 8' + 2'
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Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators   13' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report   13' + 2'
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Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators slides 13' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report slides 13' + 2'
 

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner
Requirements and Validators: Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor
Validation for VO standard authors: Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco
The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future: The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais
VOUnits in VizieR: The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Web Validators: One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Weather Report: Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.

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Revision 162022-04-29 - RaffaeleDAbrusco

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaOps"

Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

[back to main programme page]

Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators Notes
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors pdf
_review of IvoaValidatorsSummary _

Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials Time
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Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center   18' + 2'
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Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center pdf 18' + 2'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR pdf 8' + 2'
 
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators   13' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report   13' + 2'

Abstracts

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Markus Demleitner
Requirements and Validators: Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor
Validation for VO standard authors: Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco
The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future: The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais
VOUnits in VizieR: The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Web Validators: One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Weather Report: Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.
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Markus Demleitner
Requirements and Validators: Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor
Validation for VO standard authors: Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco
The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future: The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais
VOUnits in VizieR: The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Web Validators: One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Weather Report: Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.
 
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Revision 152022-04-29 - SebastienDerriere

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaOps"

Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

[back to main programme page]

Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators Notes
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors pdf
_review of IvoaValidatorsSummary _

Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials Time
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center   18' + 2'
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Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR     8' + 2'
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Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR pdf   8' + 2'
 
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators   13' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report   13' + 2'

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner
Requirements and Validators: Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor
Validation for VO standard authors: Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco
The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future: The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais
VOUnits in VizieR: The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Web Validators: One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Weather Report: Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.
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Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators Notes
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors pdf
_review of IvoaValidatorsSummary _

Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials Time
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Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR   10'
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators   15'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report   15'
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Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center   18' + 2'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR     8' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators   13' + 2'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report   13' + 2'
 

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner
Requirements and Validators: Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor
Validation for VO standard authors: Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco
The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future: The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais
VOUnits in VizieR: The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Web Validators: One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Weather Report: Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.

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Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators Notes
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors pdf
_review of IvoaValidatorsSummary _

Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials Time
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center   20'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR   10'
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators   15'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report   15'

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner
Requirements and Validators: Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor
Validation for VO standard authors: Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco
The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future: The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais
VOUnits in VizieR: The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Web Validators: One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Weather Report: Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.

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Draft Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators Notes
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors pdf
_review of IvoaValidatorsSummary _

Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials Time
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center   20'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR   10'
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators   15'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report   15'

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner
Requirements and Validators: Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor
Validation for VO standard authors: Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco
The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future: The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais
VOUnits in VizieR: The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Web Validators: One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Weather Report: Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.
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Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
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Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators Notes
 
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Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
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Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center   20'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR   10'
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators   15'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report   15'

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Markus Demleitner: Requirements and Validators
Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor: Validation for VO standard authors
Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
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Markus Demleitner
Requirements and Validators: Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor
Validation for VO standard authors: Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco
The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future: The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais
VOUnits in VizieR: The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Web Validators: One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle
PADC Weather Report: Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.
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Raffaele D'Abrusco: The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future
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Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais: VOUnits in VizieR
The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle: PADC Web Validators
One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle: PADC Weather Report
Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.
 
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Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators  
discussion
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Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors  
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Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors pdf
 
review of IvoaValidatorsSummary

Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials Time
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center   20'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR   10'
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators   15'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report   15'

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner: Requirements and Validators
Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor: Validation for VO standard authors
Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffaele D'Abrusco: The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future
The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais: VOUnits in VizieR
The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle: PADC Web Validators
One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle: PADC Weather Report
Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.
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Draft Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators  
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors  
review of IvoaValidatorsSummary

Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials Time
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center   20'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR   10'
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators   15'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report   15'

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Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
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Raffaele D'Abrusco: The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future
 
The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais: VOUnits in VizieR
The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
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One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
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Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.

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META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaOps"

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Draft Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators  
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors  
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review of IvoaValidatorsSummary
       
Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center  
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR  
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators  
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report  
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review of IvoaValidatorsSummary

Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
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Speaker Title Materials Time
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center   20'
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR   10'
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators   15'
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report   15'

 

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner: "Requirements and Validators"
Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor: "Validation for VO standard authors"
Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffele D'Abrusco: "The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future"
The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais: VOUnits in VizieR
The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
Renaud Savalle: "PADC Web Validators"
One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle: "PADC Weather Report"
Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.

Revision 72022-04-21 - SebastienDerriere

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaOps"

Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

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Draft Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators  
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors  
review of IvoaValidatorsSummary
       
Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center  
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Sébastien Derriere VOUnits in VizieR  
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Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais VOUnits in VizieR  
 
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators  
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report  

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner: "Requirements and Validators"
Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor: "Validation for VO standard authors"
Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffele D'Abrusco: "The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future"
The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Added:
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Sébastien Derriere, Gilles Landais: VOUnits in VizieR
The description of individual table columns in the VizieR catalogue service relies on a list of measurement Units antedating the IVOA VOUnits standard. VizieR units are mostly compatible with VOUnits, but a detailed analysis by Mark Taylor during the last interop outlined possible improvements. We will present progress that has been made since then, in order to make VOTable 1.4 output of VizieR compliant with VOUnits, and questions that this has raised to describe for example sexagesimal coordinates or timestamps.
 
Renaud Savalle: "PADC Web Validators"
One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle: "PADC Weather Report"
Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.

Revision 62022-04-20 - MarkTaylor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaOps"

Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

[back to main programme page]

Draft Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators  
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors  
review of IvoaValidatorsSummary
       
Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials
Deleted:
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Mark Taylor Introduction and progress  
 
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center  
Added:
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Sébastien Derriere VOUnits in VizieR  
 
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators  
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report  

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner: "Requirements and Validators"
Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor: "Validation for VO standard authors"
Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffele D'Abrusco: "The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future"
The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Renaud Savalle: "PADC Web Validators"
One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
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Renaud Savalle: "PADC Weather Report
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Renaud Savalle: "PADC Weather Report"
 
Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.

Revision 52022-04-18 - MarkTaylor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaOps"

Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

[back to main programme page]

Draft Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators  
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors  
review of IvoaValidatorsSummary
       
Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials
Mark Taylor Introduction and progress  
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center  
Deleted:
<
<
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report  
 
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators  
Added:
>
>
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report  
 

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner: "Requirements and Validators"
Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Mark Taylor: "Validation for VO standard authors"
Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
Raffele D'Abrusco: "The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future"
The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
Added:
>
>
Renaud Savalle: "PADC Web Validators"
One of the activities of Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) is to develop and maintain web validators for several IVOA standards. In this talk I will describe recent validator enhancements as well as updated rules for the latest SCS, SIAP and SSAP errata. A new web interface for TAP and HiPS validators will be presented. I will also demo tools designed for providers who need to check and improve the compliance of their registered services by browsing our daily validation results or accessing them programmatically with a web API.
Renaud Savalle: "PADC Weather Report
Paris Astronomical Data Center (PADC) has been monitoring the overall health of the IVOA ecosystem by daily running validators on registered services published with the SCS, SIAP, SSAP, TAP and HiPS standards. In this talk I will show the latest results of our validation system and discuss the most frequent compliance issues found for each standard.
 

Revision 42022-04-12 - MarkTaylor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaOps"

Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

[back to main programme page]

Draft Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators  
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors  
review of IvoaValidatorsSummary
       
Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials
Mark Taylor Introduction and progress  
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center  
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report  
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators  

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner: "Requirements and Validators"
Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Added:
>
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Mark Taylor: "Validation for VO standard authors"
Every effort should be made to ensure that VO standards documents are correct and consistent with both themselves and with other VO standards. Failure to do that leads to confusion for implementers and users, and sometimes to the need for Errata at a later stage. Using validation tools during the document preparation process can help with this aim. This is a review of what items of content in VO standards documents can and should be validated during the document preparation process, and of tools and best practice that can be used.
 
Raffele D'Abrusco: "The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future"
The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.

Revision 32022-04-11 - MarkTaylor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaOps"

Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

[back to main programme page]

Draft Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators  
discussion
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors  
review of IvoaValidatorsSummary
       
Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials
Mark Taylor Introduction and progress  
Changed:
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<
Raffaele D'Abrusco CXC Site Report  
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>
Raffaele D'Abrusco The VO at the Chandra X-Ray Center  
 
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report  
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators  

Abstracts

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Markus Demleitner, Requirements and Validators
Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
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Markus Demleitner: "Requirements and Validators"
Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
Raffele D'Abrusco: "The Virtual Observatory at the Chandra X-Ray Center: past, current and future"
The Chandra X-ray Center (CXC) has a long history of direct involvement with the implementation and development of VO standards and protocols. In this talk, I will describe the array of IVOA interfaces currently maintained by the CXC and provide usage statistics. I will also mention future plans and some of the lessons learned along the way.
 

Revision 22022-04-06 - MarkTaylor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaOps"

Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

[back to main programme page]

Draft Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators  
Added:
>
>
discussion
 
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors  
Changed:
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<
discussion    
>
>
review of IvoaValidatorsSummary
 
       
Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials
Mark Taylor Introduction and progress  
Raffaele D'Abrusco CXC Site Report  
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report  
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators  

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner, Requirements and Validators
Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.

Revision 12022-04-06 - MarkTaylor

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaOps"

Operations Interest Group Sessions: April 2022, Online

[back to main programme page]

Draft Schedule

Ops 1: Operations and Standards. Tues Apr 26, 22:00-23:00 UTC (Session #6)
Speaker Title Materials
Markus Demleitner Requirements and Validators  
Mark Taylor Validation for VO standard authors  
discussion    
       
Ops 2: Operational Status. Fri Apr 29, 20:30-21:30 UTC (Session #23)
Speaker Title Materials
Mark Taylor Introduction and progress  
Raffaele D'Abrusco CXC Site Report  
Renaud Savalle PADC Weather Report  
Renaud Savalle PADC Web Validators  

Abstracts

Markus Demleitner, Requirements and Validators
Based on experiences with the evolution of VO standards, this talk will suggest criteria when a standard ought to introduce MUST-type requirements on implementations and when it perhaps should not. I hope to show that there is a strong link between whether some constraint should be posed by a standard and whether that constraint can (and indeed must) be validated.
 
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