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Revision as of 14:58, 28 January 2011

Glossary Coordination Group (GCG)

The Glossary Coordination Group has been established to define and maintain a shared glossary across all the functional areas within EGI. The glossary will provide a common reference for the meanings of relevant terms used in the EGI context. The main goal is to enable a consistent usage of terminology with a well defined scope and stable meaning by EGI policies and procedures.


Membership of the GCG is composed of Chairs of EGI policy groups and EGI.eu Policy development team (see Table)

Name Role
Sergio Andreozzi (Chair) EGI.eu Policy Development Manager
Steven Newhouse Chair of TCB and SCG
Tiziana Ferrari Chair of OMB
David Kelsey Chair of SPG
Stephen Brewer Chair of UCB
Gergely Sipos Chair of USAG
Daniele Cesini Chair of OTAG and OAT
Linda Cornwall Chair of SVG
Damir Marinovic EGI.eu Policy Development Officer
Sy Holsinger EGI.eu Policy Development Officer
Catherine Gater EGI.eu CAO/Dissemination Manager
Sara Coelho EGI.eu Dissemination Officer

Communication and Working Procedure

  • All members of the Group are subscribed to the mailing list gcg-discuss@mailman.egi.eu and should use it as the primary written communication channel.
  • The Policy Development Team will draft a preliminary list of terms with definitions and submit a working document to the members of the list for discussion
  • Request for the introduction of new terms and definitions or review should be submitted to the mailing list and the Chair will decide what is the most appropriate mode to deal with the request.
  • Wherever possible, the GCG will agree on the proposed terms and definition by clear consensus, as determined by the Chair.
  • The group will periodically release a document "EGI Glossary" with the most updated agreed set of terms; the document will have a version number; all the future EGI policies and procedures documents must reference the "EGI Glossary" document and the related section and use the terms consistently