DCO-DS

DCO-DS Scrum November 10, 2014

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    • 30 tickets total
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      • Han 4
      • Momo 9
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Alert Group Members of Group Action

Points of Contact:Patrick West

Authors:Patrick West

Concepts:Use Cases

Goal:

To alert members of a group to new content within the group.

Summary:

There are various aspects of the group collaborative tools that require some form of notification functionality. These include, but are not necessarily limited to, the addition of calendar items, task assignments, new page created, and document updating. The alert should function both upon login to the group page by each unique user, and send an email alert to any group members who have turned on group notification, to their DCO registered email address.

History

DateCreated ByLink
November 9, 2014
15:12:08
Patrick WestDownload
November 9, 2014
15:10:04
Patrick WestDownload

Related Projects:

DCO-DS LogoDeep Carbon Observatory Data Science (DCO-DS)
Principal Investigator: Peter Fox
Co Investigator: John S. Erickson and Jim Hendler
Description: Given this increasing data deluge, it is clear that each of the Directorates in the Deep Carbon Observatory face diverse data science and data management needs to fulfill both their decadal strategic objectives and their day-to-day tasks. This project will assess in detail the data science and data management needs for each DCO directorate and for the DCO as a whole, using a combination of informatics methods; use case development, requirements analysis, inventories and interviews.

DCO User Admin Acts on List of Pending Requests

Points of Contact:Patrick West

Goal:

DCO User Admin to act on currently pending account registration requests

Summary:

DCO User Admins may not always be able to act on user account registration requests when they receive the registration request email. Perhaps the admin requests additional information from a user. Perhaps there is an issue with sending or receiving the emails. Perhaps admins are simply unavailable to immediately act on requests. For whatever reason, DCO User Admins may want to see a display of all pending requests with the ability to act on those requests.

In order to do this the DCO User Admin will need to view the user’s information in the list and have available to them a link to accept the user’s registration request and a link to deny the user’s registration request.

If there are a lot of pending requests the admin may want to sort the list by the user’s name (family, given) or to sort the list by when the user confirmed the request.

The admin may wish to take bulk actions. For example, select a number of registration requests, or select them all, and accept them, or deny them.

History

DateCreated ByLink
November 8, 2014
18:37:20
Patrick WestDownload

Related Projects:

DCO-DS LogoDeep Carbon Observatory Data Science (DCO-DS)
Principal Investigator: Peter Fox
Co Investigator: John S. Erickson and Jim Hendler
Description: Given this increasing data deluge, it is clear that each of the Directorates in the Deep Carbon Observatory face diverse data science and data management needs to fulfill both their decadal strategic objectives and their day-to-day tasks. This project will assess in detail the data science and data management needs for each DCO directorate and for the DCO as a whole, using a combination of informatics methods; use case development, requirements analysis, inventories and interviews.

DCO Accept or Deny Account Registrations from Email

Points of Contact:Patrick West

Goal:

A DCO User Admin to be able to accept or deny a user account registration from an email received as part of the account registration process.

Summary:

Within the DCO community there are a group of administrators who are responsible for reviewing user account registrations and either accepting or denying those requests. Once a user registers for an account they receive an email where they must confirm that they in fact submitted the account request. Once they have confirmed their request by clicking on the link in the confirmation email the DCO User Admins receive an email with the user’s registration information and a link to accept the request and a link to deny the request. Given the information the User Admin either clicks on the link to accept the request or to reject the request. If additional information is required for the User Admin to determine whether to accept or deny the request they can email the user directly to request the information. Once the administrator has either accepted or denied the account request all User Admins receive an email informing them that an action has been taken for the account request so that no duplicate actions are taken.

History

DateCreated ByLink
November 8, 2014
17:08:44
Patrick WestDownload

Related Projects:

DCO-DS LogoDeep Carbon Observatory Data Science (DCO-DS)
Principal Investigator: Peter Fox
Co Investigator: John S. Erickson and Jim Hendler
Description: Given this increasing data deluge, it is clear that each of the Directorates in the Deep Carbon Observatory face diverse data science and data management needs to fulfill both their decadal strategic objectives and their day-to-day tasks. This project will assess in detail the data science and data management needs for each DCO directorate and for the DCO as a whole, using a combination of informatics methods; use case development, requirements analysis, inventories and interviews.

DCO User Change Password

Points of Contact:Patrick West

Goal:

Allow the user to change their password

Summary:

From time to time the user may want to change their password. An alternative to this is that the user has forgotten their password and has requested a password reset, wanting to change this temporary password to a password that they can remember. The DCO system needs to allow the user to do this. The system must present the user links to change their password. On the change password form the system has the user enter their username, their current or temporary password, a new password, and re-enter their new password to confirm it’s what they want. The user will be notified if the provided information is incorrect (username is not found or the password is not correct), a notification if there is a system error in changing their password, sent to a page that notifies the user that the password change has been completed, an email to confirm that the password change has been processed.

History

DateCreated ByLink
November 7, 2014
23:31:25
Patrick WestDownload

Related Projects:

DCO-DS LogoDeep Carbon Observatory Data Science (DCO-DS)
Principal Investigator: Peter Fox
Co Investigator: John S. Erickson and Jim Hendler
Description: Given this increasing data deluge, it is clear that each of the Directorates in the Deep Carbon Observatory face diverse data science and data management needs to fulfill both their decadal strategic objectives and their day-to-day tasks. This project will assess in detail the data science and data management needs for each DCO directorate and for the DCO as a whole, using a combination of informatics methods; use case development, requirements analysis, inventories and interviews.

DCO User Lost Password

Points of Contact:Patrick West

Goal:

Allow a DCO user to request a password reset

Summary:

In any system that requires login there will be times when a user forgets their username or password or both. In such cases the system must provide a service to allow the user to reset their password. And sometimes the user can’t remember their username. The DCO system will provide a service to allow a user to reset their password. Since the user might have also forgotten their username the system will ask for the user’s email address. And for security reasons two separate emails will be sent to the user, one with their username, in case they forgot, and a temporary password sent in a second email. Once reset the user will be provided links to change their password to something that they can remember.

History

DateCreated ByLink
November 7, 2014
23:04:28
Patrick WestDownload
November 7, 2014
22:57:09
Patrick WestDownload

Related Projects:

DCO-DS LogoDeep Carbon Observatory Data Science (DCO-DS)
Principal Investigator: Peter Fox
Co Investigator: John S. Erickson and Jim Hendler
Description: Given this increasing data deluge, it is clear that each of the Directorates in the Deep Carbon Observatory face diverse data science and data management needs to fulfill both their decadal strategic objectives and their day-to-day tasks. This project will assess in detail the data science and data management needs for each DCO directorate and for the DCO as a whole, using a combination of informatics methods; use case development, requirements analysis, inventories and interviews.

DCO User Single Sign-On

Points of Contact:Patrick West

Goal:

To enable a member of the Deep Carbon Observatory community to use credentials across the DCO system and not have to re-login when moving between components of the system.

Summary:

Eventually the Deep Carbon Observatory will include much more then just a community portal. For example, there will be an informational portal where users will be able to add datasets, images, photos, videos, and information about events, projects, field studies, groups, and more. There will also be a data portal where the items added to the information portal are stored. Additional components will be added in the future. Many of these components will require a login. Instead of the user being required to have different credentials for each component we want the user to have the same credentials that work across all the components. In addition, the user should only have to login once in order to use the various components in a single session.

History

DateCreated ByLink
November 7, 2014
23:03:08
Patrick WestDownload
November 7, 2014
22:42:30
Patrick WestDownload
November 7, 2014
20:50:33
Patrick WestDownload

Related Projects:

DCO-DS LogoDeep Carbon Observatory Data Science (DCO-DS)
Principal Investigator: Peter Fox
Co Investigator: John S. Erickson and Jim Hendler
Description: Given this increasing data deluge, it is clear that each of the Directorates in the Deep Carbon Observatory face diverse data science and data management needs to fulfill both their decadal strategic objectives and their day-to-day tasks. This project will assess in detail the data science and data management needs for each DCO directorate and for the DCO as a whole, using a combination of informatics methods; use case development, requirements analysis, inventories and interviews.

DCO Account Registration

Points of Contact:Patrick West

Goal:

User creates a new account with the DCO Portal

Summary:

The user registers for a DCO account providing a username, email, and additional account information. If the registration passes validation (username not already in use, email is a valid email) the system will send a confirmation email to the user, which includes a link the user can click on to confirm their account request. After the user confirms the request the system informs the user that the request has been received and will be acted upon by an administrator. The user will then receive a notification that their request has been accepted or denied. If the account request was accepted the notification email will contain information on how the user can logon and use the system. If the account request was denied the notification email will contain information on how to contact administrators to provide additional information.

History

DateCreated ByLink
November 7, 2014
20:48:45
Patrick WestDownload
November 6, 2014
19:04:12
Patrick WestDownload

Related Projects:

DCO-DS LogoDeep Carbon Observatory Data Science (DCO-DS)
Principal Investigator: Peter Fox
Co Investigator: John S. Erickson and Jim Hendler
Description: Given this increasing data deluge, it is clear that each of the Directorates in the Deep Carbon Observatory face diverse data science and data management needs to fulfill both their decadal strategic objectives and their day-to-day tasks. This project will assess in detail the data science and data management needs for each DCO directorate and for the DCO as a whole, using a combination of informatics methods; use case development, requirements analysis, inventories and interviews.

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