International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks

FDSN Working Group III

FDSN Working Group III on Coordination of Products, Tools and Services

This group was established at the 2007 FDSN meeting in Perugia Italy.

FDSN WGIII will identify standard products that may be produced by FDSN data centers. It will advocate product uniformity and methods of production for FDSN products. It will advocate development and distribution of standard software tools that will support the production of FDSN products.

The goal of FDSN WGIII is to coordinate the creation of uniform products at participating FDSN data centers. It will also attempt to standardize services and share tools that produce FDSN approved products.

fdsn-wg3-products@lists.fdsn.org

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Active Message Threads for February 2013

Tim Ahern
Feb. 8, 2013, 9:17 a.m. - Feb. 8, 2013, 10:03 a.m.
Hello members of FDSN WG III As chair of WGIII, I am reporting an inconsistency in the FDSN web service specification document. One of the parameters for the the fdsnws-event service is listed as "preferredonly" and later as "includeallorigins". The intention during drafting of the document was to replace the former with the latter, and this last entry was missed. The "includeallorigins" parameter is more obviously clear as to function and matches other parameters (e.g. "includeallmagnitu... [more]
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