"The conference formerly known as Supercomputing" (now "SC"), takes place in Tampa, Florida, in two weeks time. I'll be there, and one of my goals will be to talk to as many people as possible about their needs for eScience infrastructure and tools.
Two major Globus-related development projects, the National Science Foundation-funded Community-Driven Improvement of Globus Software (CDIGS) and the Department of Energy-funded Center for Enabling Distributed Petascale Science (CEDPS), are both focused on delivering software that meets urgent needs of eScience projects. Thus it's vital that we get to hear about your requirements, experiences, complaints, ambitions. We're also interested in recruiting additional projects into the dev.globus community development process.
If you have ideas you'd like to share or discuss, please contact me so that we can set up a meeting.