Interest groups are formed by three or more individuals with a common interest in a functional or topical area related to Kepler. Forming an interest group provides participants with a collaboration mechanism that permits all interested parties to discuss and contribute to the topic. Interest groups that wish to collaborate to develop a specific product can propose a task group to do so.
- Distributed Execution
- Web User Interface Interest Group
- Provenance Interest Group
- This group discusses features of and identifies integration points between the current provenance implementations in Kepler. The goal of this group is to evolve into a task group that will consolidate ongoing provenance work. Examples to discussion points are the provenance framework and recorder, current data models for provenance and provenance viewer.
- Workflow Sharing Interest Group