Sep 9, 2020

Plans for creating a Community Platform for CS Track take shape

The technical specifications for the CS Track Community Platform were recently finalised in Deliverable 5.1 Technical Specification of the Community Platform. The work was carried out by a team of CS Track researchers led by Manuel Gértrudix from URJC. This deliverable describes the technical requirements of the platform and the plan for how it will be implemented based on the technical and user needs of the consortium partners. Among other aspects, it provides a detailed breakdown of the functional requirements of the dashboard, e-magazine and newsletter. It also describes the security and privacy policies that will be applied as well as the standards and guidelines that will be created along with an analysis of other requirements.

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