#interpeer is a NGI project, yes. The goal here is, I currently believe, not a 100% fit with GAIA-X, but I may learn I'm mistaken.
I am switching back and forth between this and other projects which are not NGI, but ECSEL-JU.
They overlap, also with GAIA-X, on connectivity - in particular on establishing reliability via failover and providing security in connectivity to IoT devices or autonomous vehicles.
I can see value in also working towards making this fit in with the GAIA-X framework.
Only yesterday I posted a more technical update here: https://social.finkhaeuser.de/web/statuses/106334134699670426
@jens I've read the description provided and found it very useful and it all makes sense. I do not have enough experience/knowledge to validate it but I see its usefulness in some fields. However I'm not sure yet if the Gaia-X project will include working groups that will go into that "level of details". At present we are dealing with the high level infrastructure components and protocols for managing compliant exchanges in data spaces. @NGIZero @onepict
@paolo @NGIZero @onepict Yes, I had much the same impression! It would be interesting to be part of that discussion if only because I am aware of what is being done in those other fields, so as not to work at cross purposes. In reality, I would expect my contribution there to be small.
For example, I do not know yet how connectivity services are described in GAIA-X. But the kind of data links we are building must, for example, guarantee some kind of latency and throughput in order to e.g. ...
... fulfill the legal requirements for use in drones. It would be worth keeping an eye on also describing those characteristics if other components in GAIA-X wish to select appropriate networks for their use-case. That is the kind of thing I would expect that I can contribute offhand.
@onepict Gaia-X is and will be an Open Source project so IMHO is essential that the wider Open Source communities, not just the institutional members, contribute and propose projects of which the Working Groups may not be aware of. There are a few goals that needs to be reached to make the project usable ASAP to show that it can provide real value for all of as but in the meantime we should create a shared repository of all those proposals. @librecast @jens @NGIZero
Good idea. At the moment there are several spots that the community congregate. Although with most of the NGI funding community are. There are a couple of forums and at least one funding platform which is fundingbox. my sense of fundingbox is to find commercial partners. You also have socialhub.activitypub.rocks, where there is a mix of activism and policy discussions.
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