Daytona Beach Code Sprint 2017

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Gold Sponsors

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Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

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Venue Sponsor

Other/in-kind sponsors

OSGeo
http://www.osgeo.org/

Purpose

Bring together project members to make decisions and tackle larger geospatial problems as in previous years:

Other Events from January to March 2017

  • FOSSGIS Hacking event January 20-22
  • FOSS4G Asia January 26-29
  • OSGeo's 11th birthday Feb 4
  • FOSDEM Feb 4-5
  • FOSS4G-IT (Genoa) Feb 8-11
  • Daytona 500 NASCAR race Feb 26
  • OGC Technical meeting March 7-11

Dates and Times

Dates:

  • Sprint: Tuesday-Friday, Feb 7 to 10, 2017 (4 days)
  • Welcome event: TBD

Location

Coding Venue

Accommodations

Several hotels are within walking distance of the venue. Here are a few options:

Hotel Name Price Range (USD) TripAdvisor Rank Distance Notes
Marriott Residence Inn 115$+ #28 of 103 1.1 mile Right next to University Campus
Quality Inn Daytona Speedway 80-90$ #3 of 103 2.4 miles

Airport options

Airports to look at DAB - Daytona Beach International - Connects thru Atlanta on Delta, Charolette NC on American Airlines, and JFK from Jet Blue this might help with connections ideas: http://www.flydaytonafirst.com/schedule.stml

DAB is super easy in/out 5 minutes away from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, actually the college is situated off the runway for the flight school. Here are the other airports that might be cheaper on the surface, but between having to commute another hour plus the extra time dealing with the airports...DAB is probably $200 more to fly in/out of, but you save hours of transportation time and costs. Of course if you are hitting Disney World while you are here or something, then fly out of Orlando or Sanford. Or Kennedy Space Center which is an hour South, you could fly out of Melbourne FL or again Orlando. MCO is the main Orlando airport and probably has the "cheapest flights" because of the volume, but security takes a good bit of time, and typically you need to check in 90 minutes early, and traffic in Orlando can build quickly.

SFB is about 50 minutes South West and typically has good deals on Allegiant Airlines (no-frills) http://www.orlandosanfordairport.com/

MCO is about 90 minutes West in Orlando FL

JAX is about 90 minutes North in Jacksonville FL

Schedule

Mon Feb 6, 2017 Welcoming Event

Tue Feb 7, 2017 - First Sprint Day / Evening

Wed Feb 8, 2017 - Second Sprint Day / Evening

Thu Feb 9, 2017 - Third Sprint Day / Evening

Fri Feb 10, 2017 - Fourth Sprint Day

Project Plans

(i.e what do you wish/want/plan to work on during the sprint ?)

Social ideas

If you need to take a break, some ideas close to the sprint place:

Participants

We are planning for attendance of ~50. Please add your name and the projects you are planning to sprint and note the likeliness of your attendance.

Participants
# Participant Country Organization Arrival Departure Project Work on Attendance / Notes
1 Rob Emanuele US Azavea first day last day PDAL, GDAL Highly Likely
2 Daniel Morissette CA Mapgears first day last day MapServer, GDAL/OGR Booked
3 Michael Smith US US Army Corp first day last day MapServer, PDAL Highly Likely
4 Stephan Meißl AT EOX first day last day MapServer Tentative
5 Stephen Mather US Cleveland Metroparks first day last day OpenDroneMap Highly Likely
6 Howard Butler US Hobu Inc Monday Friday morning PDAL, MapServer, Proj.4, GDAL Booked
7 Tom Kralidis CA self first day Friday afternoon pycsw, OWSLib, GeoHealthCheck, pygeometa, other geopython, MapServer Booked
8 Grigory Pomadchin RU Azavea first day last day PDAL Highly Likely
9 Steve Lime US self first day last day MapServer Booked
10 Dakota Benjamin US Cleveland Metroparks first day last day OpenDroneMap Highly Likely
11 Steve Lehr US ERAU first day last day Mapserver, PDAL Booked
12 Frank Warmerdam hmm Planet Labs first day last day GDAL, PROJ.4 Highly Likely

Communication

Photos

Costs

Participants should plan for the following costs:

  • Travel to Daytona Beach
  • Accommodation for four nights (including breakfast)

All other costs - food, outings and entertainment - should/will be covered by the sponsors


Financial

Detailed budget

Individual preparation

  • Bring your own laptop
  • Install GIT and compiler tools, and come with a working development environment
  • If your laptop need it, video export adapter to DVI and/or VGA
  • Optional: something to take pictures (camera, smartphone, small tablet...)

Sponsors

We have three sponsorship levels:

  • Gold: >= 2500 USD
  • Silver: 1500 USD
  • Bronze: 750 USD

We encourage sponsors to support nutriment and entertainment for the sprinters as they work hard and play hard for four or five productive days. Contributions will be put towards lunch, snacks, and dinner costs for the sprinters, and potentially bringing in sprinters who might otherwise be unable to attend. Any surplus at the end of the event will be turned over to OSGeo or used for a future code sprint.

Sponsors will receive the following:

  • Your logo at the top of this page
  • Mention in all of our public communication
  • Our undying gratitude, which comes in handy when you least expect it (Remember that feature you wanted...)
  • And as extra, for Silver and Gold: Kakemono in the event room (if you provide it)

To sponsor, please contact steve@qpublic.net directly.