FOSS4G 2019 Community Sprint
This year, we are following the OSGeo tradition of hosting a code sprint right after FOSS4G 2019.
Participation is free of charge and anyone involved or interested in getting involved in OSGeo community projects is welcome.
You can choose to contribute to one or more projects. The sky is the limit. There’s always plenty to do – it’s not all about programming. Translation, documentation, feedback, discussions, and testing are very important for projects! Conference registration is not a prerequisite for participation in code sprint.
The code sprint will be held Saturday August 31 2019.
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Geography (Bucharest, Romania)
- Bulevardul Nicolae Bălcescu 1, Bulevardul Nicolae Bălcescu 1
The code sprint is free of charge but we kindly ask you to write down your name for better planning
|1||Luca Delucchi||lucadeluge gmail com||GRASS GIS, pyModis, OSGeoLive (code sprint organizer)||x||2||Markus Neteler||neteler osgeo org||GRASS GIS, actinia, ...||x||(preferably)||3||Astrid Emde||astrid_emde osgeo org||OSGeo, OSGeoLive, Mapbender||x||x||4||Tom Kralidis||tomkralidis gmail com||pycsw, OWSLib, pygeoapi, GeoHealthCheck, MapServer, other geopython projects||x||x||5||Veronica Andreo||veroandreo gmail com||GRASS GIS||x||6||Darafei Praliaskouskiemail@example.com||PostGIS||x|
To participate, copy this project skeleton and start a section below for your project.
- your goals
- Follow up to Ian Turton's *Becoming a Documentation Contributor* lab with documentation activities.
- Follow up to GeoServer Developers workshop with mentoring sessions towards your first pull-request.
- Markus Neteler
- Finetune git workflows
- New GRASS GIS Web site
- actinia OSGeo community project: how to contribute
The BLOC is the proud organiser of the code sprint.
For any question you can contact Luca Delucchi, the person in charge of the code sprint.