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# Research & research topics [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/projectvrm/VRM_Research_opportunities#Specific_Research_Proposals Specific Research Proposals], [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/projectvrm/VRM_Research_opportunities#Project_Status Project Status]
 
# Research & research topics [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/projectvrm/VRM_Research_opportunities#Specific_Research_Proposals Specific Research Proposals], [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/projectvrm/VRM_Research_opportunities#Project_Status Project Status]
 
## Testable hypotheses
 
## Testable hypotheses
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###'''Research Proposal''' (also works as skeleton for events)
 
###Who is PI, Who gets access to results, when, Who decides go/no go
 
###Who is PI, Who gets access to results, when, Who decides go/no go
 
###What is hypothesis?
 
###What is hypothesis?

Revision as of 15:13, 1 November 2009

  • Date: Nov 1, 2009
  • Time: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM with informal dinner thereafter
  • Location: Cerado, Pacific Business Center, 2225 E. Bayshore Rd., Suite 200, Palo Alto, CA 94303 (Note: take the Embarcadero Road EAST exit off Highway 101.)

Agenda

  1. Project updates (let's front-load ones in the UK, for timing reasons)
    1. MyDex - Mydex hopes to have a pilot service up and running by March next year and has multiple ongoing discussions with a range of relying party organisations about them accepting user-driven information as a feed into their processes.
    2. The Mine! Project
    3. MINT
    4. ListenLog project status
    5. EmanciPay - Sample gestures / r-button interaction, per Doc's presentation
    6. SwitchBook -
    7. Scanaroo project status
    8. Women's Work - Judico is lead. Project website is here.
    9. Henrik - link - looking for better way to connect readers with ads
  2. Discussion of sectors/verticals/topic areas that we can organize events around. A few (not in order, despite numerical):
  3. Research & research topics Specific Research Proposals, Project Status
    1. Testable hypotheses
      1. Research Proposal (also works as skeleton for events)
      2. Who is PI, Who gets access to results, when, Who decides go/no go
      3. What is hypothesis?
      4. Where will it be done
      5. How much will it cost
      6. How will it be conducted
      7. When will the research be conducted
      8. Why is this VRM
    2. Leveraging Berkman geek crew involvement
    3. Coordinating with commercial and noncommercial work going on, or planned
    4. VRM and Open Source; coordinating with commercial work
    5. VRM and mobile (e.g. with smart phones)
    6. Self-tracking and personal informatics (shall we call it STPI?)
      1. Existing work going on with STPI, and helping out or looping them into what we're doing
      2. ListenLog, Media Logging, Music Logging
      3. EmanciPay
    7. GRM (government or governance RM)
    8. HCRM (health care RM)
  4. Canonical description of VRM (especially for fixing our Wikipedia entry) Thought: split VRM and ProjectVRM? (Might be involved with Organization, below)
  5. Weeding the ProjectVRM wiki
  6. VRM Marketing Committee work (especially on the ProjectVRM website
  7. Pre-setting discussion topics for IIW (note: Doc will be at IIW only on Tuesday and Wednesday)
  8. Organization
  9. Other