This wiki space contains archival documentation of Project Bamboo, April 2008 - March 2013.
Thoughts on success criteria to include when defining success:
Comment about Overall Success: As we examine project scope and available resources once again, we will be forced to consider the tradeoffs between laying a solid foundation for the broader vision (difficult to restrain scope here) and enabling future development vs. getting some short term wins via focused proof-of-concept projects that demonstrate value to scholars and other stakeholders in tangible ways but may not be fully implemented (a kludge or inelegant solution). We will look to Bamboo leadership for guidance on striking the right balance here. (NW 12.10.10)
Work Spaces success is measured in four areas:
A fuller description of success is available on the Work Spaces' Work Spaces High Level Objectives page and on the supported pages liked to from that page.
The Collections Interoperability (CI) team’s focus is on the following areas of development during Bamboo Phase One.
Success measures for the BTP Area of Work Scholarly Services on the Bamboo Services Platform are divided into three groups, corresponding to the three sub-areas of work described in the BTP Proposal to the Mellon Foundation of Summer 2010: Scholarly Services, Bamboo Services Platform, and Shared Services Lifecyle. A set of success measures addressing the integration role of this area of work is also included. The detailed pages to which the more... links refer also includes a brief Introduction / Overview that contextualizes these success measures.
[Note: red italicized comments above from JDM review prior to Berkeley workshop, added 2/21/11]