Assessment of who and where we are and where we want to be at what time.
Who: Scott Schnee, Stuartt Corder, Ed Fomalont, John Hibbard, Crystal Brogan, Todd Hunter, Amy Kimball, Remy Indebetouw, Kartik Sheth, Nuria Marcelino). Several of these folks are still off-shore or not employed by NAASC yet; they need not try to attend.
Where: Getting our feet wet.
Goal: For now, to set up a framework for access to and work on ALMA data in the pre-archive world. We can discuss 'what sorts of data' today.
What time: Science verification is still ahead of us.
Comments on the first data and discussion of what sorts of data we should make available. Stuart has offered to help with this.
Discussion of the walkthrough process. I think we should start simple but with some variation in the data. Four or more antennas only?
Present: Scott Schnee (phone), Ed Fomalont, John Hibbard, Crystal Brogan, Todd Hunter, Remy Indebetouw, Kartik Sheth, Al Wootten
Al to discuss the group goals, etc. with Alison Peck and Eric Villard. An email has been sent.
CSV Imaging group members: Leader: Eric Villard, *Itziar de Gregorio (Deputy), Jeff Wagg, Stephane Leon, Gianni Marconi, Daniel Fulla, Manuel Aravena, Anita Richards, Martin Zwaan, Baltazar Vila-Vilaro, Kartik Sheth, Sergio Martin, Al Wootten.
There is also an Observing Modes group (lead: Andy Biggs), Liz Humphreys, Alison Peck (Deputy),Mark Rawlings,Tony Remijan,Sergio Martin,Tommy Wiklind
Stuartt, Al, CSV liaisons identify science-relevant datasets created by SB, CSV observations
pull asdms over and put on /home/prak/almacomm in tarred gzip format Do not reduce data there.