FOSS4G 2013 Code Sprint
Code Sprint - what's that?
A code sprint is about getting a group together to work on Open Source software, sitting around a table and sharing ideas. It's not just about writing code, as you know a project has many needs including documentation, testing, and providing feedback. What a better way to give feedback and give back to the project that you love than to spend a day with the project's developers. There are roles needed to be filled, no matter what your expertise.
With such a short timeframe (one day) you should probably use this page to set a specific goal for your project. But don't worry, if all you get done is actually sitting at the same table with the project's developers and talking about the next release, that is also great :)
Where & When
The day after the main conference (Sunday 22nd September) has been set aside for the Code Sprint. There is also a plan to provide facilities throughout the event in the main venue.
We also have a hackathon running on 17th & 18th September which is also free to attend. See the geohack pages for details.
What to Bring
How to get there
- ask on the foss4g2013 mailing list (subscribe)
Additional Interested People
The following people are potentially interested in participating in sprinting activities though have not yet established a Workgroup.
To participate, copy a project skeleton and start a section below for your project.
- your goals
Please note: the OpenLayers 3 sprint is taking place on Wednesday 18th in room: Humanities A3
- Tim Schaub
- Bart van den Eijnden
- The OpenLayers 3 sprint will begin with a presentation and background
- Ian Turton
- What needs doing?
- separate i18n as standalone *_nl* jars to keep translations separated from core code base
- add new developer docs how to synch translations to/from Transifex
uDIG (user-fiedly Desktop Internet GIS) moves to LocationTech.org an Eclipse Industry Working Group for LOCATION AWARE SOFTWARE