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GRASS GIS, Star Trek and old Video Tape Ð a reference case on audiovisual preservation for the OSGeo communities

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and so on on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and other on but my my my my my the story and the story of 1 on the right and on on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on the other hand it might be a the everybody welcome to the 2nd talk canadians this circuit part I OK well it's the last day false for g that's already afternoon this last talk in this session so this is going to be a little bit of lighter sided talk much about a very important topic actually my name's peter low and I'm going to talk about cross GIS Star Trek and all the and only OK basically for those
of you who have to flee earlier and what to take home and all these open source projects view having uh this already a heritage heritage compare and comprises of software of course data here but also on auxiliary auxiliary information documentation information that's available in this needs to be preserved and made available in a sustainable ways we find the stuff again in the years to come and know this heritage for footprint is growing because so we have a number of the of the multiplier number of projects which also interconnected and it's the footprint for each particular project grows and so it's grown for the total number of projects so we really have to do something about it because otherwise you'll face something like amnesia which would not have talking the less than the natural thing
the metaphor library library angle about open source here that fostered years if you multiply attitude et Science and open source you end up with open science of open science means pre oxides basic just can advance the knowledge is shared and communicate because otherwise they will reinvent the wheel time and time again so from the library angle if the cut could cut across this and the actually they can accelerate the sharing of information we also at accelerating the advancement of science I worked for the National term
National Library of science and technology but this is the largest library for a certain technology globally other ways in and over this little map of their stolen from Wikipedia and and over is hold all the old rock band scorpions for those of you remember it yeah that's the fact that the country and but if we have a lot of documents there we have 100 80 million documents on get info portal available for everybody worldwide give 125 kilometers of shelving which is quite a bit and this burden is national library there in the field of engineering technology in physical science and on the side also university library for Nova and we have started to use of digital object identifiers for research datasets since 2005
for libraries are advancing the future of libraries lies in what's called data-driven libraries those of you who attended my talk in the morning you don't know the slides from going to be really brief here on this and so the did data-driven libraries of the future they will be community centers for new services for innovative research and for what called on to discovery and I'm not saying that at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics posted to del ivery these guys are saying that they can't you can't blame them for this bold statement but the agree and of course this 1 so while scientists focus we also see what scientists focus on the final data-driven libraries will work on defining a different kind of space full of physical and virtual tools source for the capture imagination enables researchers to explore so this is really the road into the future all fields in an over
our visual analytics content-based retrieval ontologies and sent to 0 the and there's a
bunch of challenges and going to be brief about this 1 so just to get to support scientists and get them their recognition there they really deserve our enough to make sure that they get reputation because is the currency that's the coin of science conscience science I Summary publishers layer data they must be supported because data publishing is labor intensive you she's people at least no 1 from here it's not so nice if data gets published there must be a way that you can retrieve it later so some persistent kind of identifier is needed to assess the data long-run metadata set has to be a complete and of course people will only use that if and as long as the office have full occur and control control of other publications on was in good touch this account of so called data centers of the data center would it would be the connection between the researchers and an agency which provides teachers identifies which is like a nice be a number of like to the datasets however this is about this is a nice concept is slowly getting there they're more challenges and open questions and the like I just an absence of policies how to run these centers is an absence of infrastructure and data management out live and the lack of financing was of course somebody has to pay for it here however is new hope you'll excuse the Star Trek as the source code and it is over in Europe there is a growing number of funding agencies who demand long-term archiving and publication of research data so hopefully this will be the means to get a lot of leverage to advance In the meantime beer and
upon overrun is more project on that this fund by the German Research Council DFG is called radar and on the left side and the top you see the standard approach whole used to publish a whole publication he goes have manuscript you publish it to put it in and in the library for data and metadata there would be such a data center possibly world at the center and this stuff would be made available by over portal so this little project just skimming or this 1 it's called read on the providing this infrastructure all people of folks from any kind of science can approaches and the set them up with services Data Center right away and they can start doing their work OK so basically
all strategies to me as a library to move away from just text and incorporate scientific from 3 D objects simulations data and of course of if we to
cross the picture of hands who is familiar with cross who not OK welcome OK but again the primase family that's good OK just as a quick run-through of the graph is a very old dog oppose development set and 82 um it's called the geographic resources and support system but it's 1 of the initial was due projects fear having to the current versions are of 6 4 and 7 it and it works nicely with huge areas and it has an awful lot of models
the graph but they to the grass which is softer crosses people and the community has been growing over 30 years and it's still alive and very much kicking on so in these 30 years we have seen generations of developers come and go so we have some photos from the from the early days I Helena you on 1 of those entities but but you portray another size get pretty haven't really changed and again has been more than 5 years in between I just these this is just a small sample of all the people who are active and cross adjust to get that from those 2 web pages there are many many more people however and the same thing that people retire from the project in is recruited to preserve the knowledge because otherwise it's lost and they have to reinvent the wheel again look at that but still after
30 years seriously nobody likes to write documentation lactic acid humanities not evolving Gleason incomes that instead by now we had seen getting the advent of that 2 0 technologies so you chew Slideshare heavily used at to put up little little videos about what we do and how we do it so actually these that portals like you to uh they've become a treasure trove of knowledge and and the great the cross
media the grass we key is so super easy by not to just get do a screencast there are how to get there there's a description the cookbook thing how to do it in this really super easy could you can just throw something together for YouTube in 10 minutes if you like some but this is not just cross it's also the other approaches with we have an open but we have in them always Chu Markus meter over there was so current tools provide so to come to this is this charge which tells us the years hold the projects are and you see like primitives as some old dogs like moss and crossed years but the avenue is a quite a large number of new kids on the block and I did as the totals of videos available on you tube for these projects so OK of course like this search is most likely not complete but it's safe to say that we have about 50 thousand videos sloshing around on you choose and this and this information is not really properly harvested at the moment and so at
for the heck of it last year I started a the search about a 4 4 grassed year so that's what I got uh I got some stuff of which doesn't really have proper metadata I get something a star wars episode 1 The Phantom Menace and this was recommended to me if you by you to I don't really know why to be serious but again a lot of these strange search results and if I really want to search cost-efficient time-efficient this is hampering you don't like that another thing is videos they are moved to different locations so for a while I can help myself if I have the URL and if I had the URL of of all find but and that you have no guarantee how long you triple store most features of no so from a library perspective we have this situation again it's a similar chart that I showed you before on the left inside there you have the manuscript the publication and goes and the new library the way it used to be on the right right inside you have data and metadata in that case you of knowledge your in your field and it is stored in private files that would be a video you screencast would you screen-capture would you have on your machine and you uploaded to you chew sorry you putting it in a trash can you don't know how long it will be well yes you can it's up to you when you and you cannot of course but still it's interesting it might go away or it will go away so reality check from the perspective of library all communication channels of all the time difficult to search and very very hard to cite so this is really an issue so OK this is the rap and stand really tend to interlink all kinds of this stuff because we want to be a data-driven library
no he is from hot let's talk stock
OK and for that I would like to take you back to the 80's the eighties Madonna was yeah might ejection rule supreme there a space shuttle flying had there on the pitcher's Rubik's cube of the Berlin wall still sending their computers are really small and so we had to go to the arcades to play Donkey Kong obligated making for free so capsules busy developing Moses the 1st year Open Source chair as a Firefox also the web browser it for the World Wide Web it wasn't in the Committee's that movie and there was another movie back to the future to which took apparently back to the future a to the year 2015 so that's next spring the wealth of the modern times OK computer graphics were really like the stuff that we printed it looked like that we started on floppies and things that we had some comics like a Bloom County and they're carbon housekeepers all in those days Gross said in 92
in 1982 in 19 87 there were 100 users worldwide using cross to and the hardware stack for that cost 50 thousand dollars in old money in modern currency that would be 90 thousand just for 1 cross installation is quite a lot it to get people into using cross more because by 88 they had more than thousand installations a video was produced the grass story now what what what is so important but cross the line and 1 of the things this crosses the granddaddy of OGC of all of the above all them but what stands at here using the that OTC stemmed from the grass interagency steering committee that which was renamed the as into the core open open grass foundation it was renamed into OpenGIS consumption and that's now the Open Geospatial concept that is just like the Y crosses really the granddaddy of what we do know
OK the thing is a custom expectation by these days were driven by a star trek this go back to the year 82 that was it's at the bottom and I hope you can read that was the 2nd star wars star trek movie The Wrath of Khan it was just mentioned in that into darkness like last year and by 83 um to festivals in those days the head of the gross development they had their own men of good customer the default this temple McClellan and they install the software really liked because it on the screen for the 1st question apparently was can irritate that because people resort of use to like graphics they knew from moving from the movies the developers the input down because they took it had taken them so much effort just put an image on the screen and in color so you get like that division was a pretty already driven by Star Trek it is quite astonished so far from that could from
that that kind of makes this is not a surprise that when in 1987 the US Army Corps of Engineers Research Laboratory uh had this video produced that uh William Shatner that's captain kirk like original 1 and what that the vector was asked to narrate thing and this video was distributed on VHS tapes for those of you who don't recall them before they look like and that's the VCR an old technology OK so this is old
videotape now with aggressive OK
OK now these takes that erotic somewhere out there in the digital divide was bridge in 2004 for the 1st time those across users count the 1st cross use Conf conference in Bangkok and this evolved that broaden the aptitude test a VHS copy of that movie and that full screen there which got a lot of fruits of course we loved it and that Jeff McKenna single nice visit of he put that on USB stick carried away and this if was eventually applets the cross web portal and what was available for those who knew where to find it and eventually somebody else um we don't really know the gentleman but he up uploaded the video in 2011 to you choose this as a limited set of methods the but in the meantime the Wired magazine which is 1 of those hipster and magazines for the World Wide Web they got wind of the story and published in nice up small article in 2013 making the statement that this movie is actually cool it's sort of significant but it's sort of in limbo because you can't find on the international movie database it's not Wikipedia it's not on the station's website and the uh the title of the article is I find it so sums disturbing scored your plastic 1987 Shatner tells you where you can stick your maps I sort of warring manner is a little excerpt from from from that
article and they say that the constant but if you like Shatner or like maps like the video arcade but their research and your professional geographer and you've got you've already seen the video 100 times still get super excited every time you watch it you can barely contain yourself a timestamp 150 and captain kirk voices tells you don't keep your information cells vegetation roads archaeological sites rolled up in dukes or stuffed into draws keep it in a computer while hoping
someone that knows the 19 OK right OK
but this go back the school that this is not in the 2 this year 2014 uh so this movie had been has been around on the grass website and a neutral but still people can't find it the various kinds of the mating list just 2 months ago but that should be put this in this video on the on you tube can couldn't find it so those the way so there was another another successful attempt to bridge the digital divide others so my library comes developed some as entific alternative to a you chew you get recovery you get long-term preservation for scientific film and you can cite it and the media was chosen as test candidate for the prompt for the portal so what best about the origin produces which is Roger men and Bob sovereignty a contacted unfortunate color people already had passed away she was friend is the mastermind behind the graphics for the U and Robert in men actually discovered a high resolution copy of the video the Houston that's expected so the good news is this is now available by all of the portal it's fully tractable searchable and long-term preserved for the future 1 OK I'm going to skip this 1
this is this is just about how this part looks into how we can search the video which is quite nice
of course from the portal you can download to the you know problem but you can't all of this is as an MPEG-4 in different resolutions we would also have new formats you can also order this DVD if you like and it allows the
citation by so called digital object identifiers it is just like an ice b and number 4 books but that's a nice benefit that and when used in the movie you watch the movie the same sort of as like a counter for the 2nd in the movie so that the counters comes up and you can cite primitive timeframe if you like
so this looks more or less like that so on the left hand side we have an extra from movie on the right hand side you have the some yeah so that this this is the analysis of the spoken word to can actually to ASCII searches on that stuff and so this thing about keeping a computer some of posted this
on that can be cited by the string the top which is a deal string and that no that's a nice thing you Iisten is not the you well but all web browsers understand this notation so the just couple cut paste that into phased into Firefox not is movie but if the fast forward due to a landing page so you can immediately accessible movie in this technology is going to be valid 50 years and hundred years or whenever the so this is really like long-term preservation the yeah just a couple of screenshots
on why the new movies so superior but on the right side on the left and inside you see old quality of you see more mining guess doesn't really show here but you have a marked as you see you get much more detail much more caller which right
answer and is a nice 1 when you fire grass of nowadays and you use the ASCII screen it looks very much like the old friend actually 87 they've already using the spear fish test database which some of you still know so even after 30 years some technologies will equal
note that at the disturb the compared this new video this the old 1 that you already knew because there are subtle differences like the 1 with these bar charts so well it's unfortunate the director's cut and become give you different alternative ending but it has certain differences which make it really interesting to see the no that for the road ahead at
TAB we really want to go to the amount of advance along line from preservation so we're really pushing all portal further but we also intend to archive the at the old people alternative take of the video so we can conclude the can compare both and cited in the scientific work and also the hunting for Morrow holds open source videos which are apparently there and they're are opting so some very eager to take care of them
the no but also the long-term challenges that brings more to the past and of the task at hand but this this quote
about all standing on the shoulders of giants against most of us suspect he has have used that on some point down day external view is like for the Pacific Rim poster but they could perceive GIS as such like a huge XO skeleton Robot Monster thing which allows us because they're so tiny to manhandle data In gravel this approach is promising via can't otherwise approach but well this is not really open source I could build such a robot myself all could buy it of course or not but this is also the intrinsic internal view that we just like its basic was unable to find this image so it is not about talking and Harvard is small what it was so many people are working on make make yourself a better and better so we just lost piled upon dwarfs and the this the ternative and but that but then the thing is part of the crew told you do we give credit to all these false upon the standing right now so this thing and um then
you ways not a visual softer evolution that we have a like in the old days we had and that in me wanted to look at the different strains of cross these diagrams of course but by now there's also because class of course it in this the and and this protocol of course they can have called the chemical development any natives and really looks very nice and Marcus eaten over there he deserves praise because he developed such videos reveals citable deals on a portal this sort of look like
this this is just a bunch of screenshots you can really see how gross evolves over time that you also see the people interfacing that whole who is doing the work where and when but there are still some open issues hold the right now it's not possible to immediately side version of the code from a specific time frame of the video but that sort of stuff we're working on right now the so from
82 to 2014 process involved because the scene that also do the last couple of days but also has 2 so as Star Trek they were generations of renew spaceships of a space station we lady captain captain Courbet reimagined uh and um also there were a new interesting concepts like the ball who knows the book the who doesn't OK this one's for you a come to Wikipedia and
have the Board of pretty much an alien race that which is a cybernetic collective like these people like these guys they are fused together their little bit ADC there is tubing sticking out of the head and the laser pointer textual school and it is against in the nineties and story out but they they act as 1 the out what they did this 1 thing together but why am I bringing this up
this is the different projects is definitely not has not been covered here this conference but an old now a property was launched in the seventies and it was is spinning around in the solar system just came back to Earth about 3 months ago and NASA had stopped work on collecting data in 97 so now account for a crowdfunded project was taken over trying to control this old pro but she all these manuals the lost people had retired from NASA so these guys were sort of desperate to the to collective mind on the internet for help and support to have more information about how to control the school sensor and then they can up an articles say called we ob or crowdsourced IOC's re-engineering in the collective mind on the internet and that's levels about they needed technical help OK I'm
going to conclude we really brief about this but they in the article they state that a significant portion of humanity has by now reached walk like status but the laser pointer but this thing about being connected um based on the internet and we have this collective mind novel communications information sharing and they really wonder where this will go to
so the apparently always dual particles we are connected the using the internet heavily so in the past the thing was we have to keep it in computer the present is right now we're struggling with this triangle of code that have no hold the labyrinth more about long-term preservation some people are doing cool visual analytics on the left side but for the future is really interesting because this is I think what is really sets us apart from the uh when proprietary does he can share all what the the sharing of code the sharing 0 dead of assuring a inside the child this together this is a powerhouse and I can tell you what the future brings bring will bring a school very interesting and I we expect some leads of a official official of efficiency when the tide altogether and OK thank you so much for
listen but of course this is beautiful portal as some material about it over here also some controversy if you like attractive and I guess the promotional video this nice vigilant uh code emotion Michelin evidencing is also there and that is 1 over T after the sole cuts celebration um ceremony that that was the others point out a musical thing right unfortunately they can't do that they can come so instead of that this cross and we will be shown that you so see there upstairs right you make you few questions and the with all them all and thank you and we know resistance to shoot down my family initiated and and I was wondering about that the captioning you'd you did their worst captioning you shared off of all the detection the video you can search by asking yeah so which that basically means somebody has been diving depth from listening idea storage there's such a motivated the way that you can do all you work on thank you now the question is a how the text-based queries work when the present in the process these videos we run them through an OCR food there's text in the video this gets recognized and there's also a voice recognition via halfway there that so that that will come but you're right this text that you saw that that was a transcript somebody types that the that's a lot of work right we'll be trying to Oct actually or archive the nutritional like of the streaming meeting we all have a more just point on the year the content that is includes in the portal is archived in an over yeah but there is also the option for all turn for full content which is preserved somewhere else to just have a reference so this cannot that can also be done and because so much time it In my my my
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Titel GRASS GIS, Star Trek and old Video Tape Ð a reference case on audiovisual preservation for the OSGeo communities
Serientitel FOSS4G 2014 Portland
Autor Löwe, Peter
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung 3.0 Deutschland:
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DOI 10.5446/31768
Herausgeber FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
Erscheinungsjahr 2014
Sprache Englisch
Produzent FOSS4G
Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
Produktionsjahr 2014
Produktionsort Portland, Oregon, United States of America

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Abstract This presentation showcases new options for the preservation of audiovisual content in the OSGeo communities beyond the established software repositories or Youtube. Audiovisual content related to OSGeo projects such as training videos and screencasts can be preserved by advanced multimedia archiving and retrival services which are currently developed by the library community. This is demonstrated by the reference case of a newly discovered high resolution version of the GRASS GIS 1987 promotional video which made available from into the AV-portal of the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB). The portal allows for extended search capabilities based on enhanced metadata derived by automated video analysis. This is a reference case for future preservation activities regarding semantic-enhanced Web2.0 content from OSGeo projects.
Schlagwörter GRASS GIS
Star Trek
William Shatner
Long term archiving
digital curation
digital preservation
Youtube
GRASS 1987 promotional video

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