Difference between revisions of "FOSS4G 2011 Breakout Sessions"

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***[[User:Ebwolf|Eric Wolf (USGS, CU-Boulder)]]

Revision as of 11:37, 23 August 2011


During the FOSS4G2011 conference in Denver, there will be conference rooms available for people to hold Breakout Sessions (aka Birds-of-a-Feather).

Breakout Sessions are unstructured timeslots where people can self-organize themselves to discuss topics of interest.

Room allocation to be determined

Organising Contact

Timeslots Available

Wednesday 5:30pm to 6:30pm and 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Room Assignments

Rooms Available

Proposed Topics

  • Tiling
    • Proposed Topics
      • standardised sqlite schema for tile caches
      • TMS/WMTS evolutions:
        • Tile merging (i.e. equivalent of WMS LAYERS=baselayer,overlaylayer)
        • TMS multiple grids per tileset
        • WMTS multiple url endpoints (eg tile1.domain.tld, tile2.domain.tld...): is this still needed now that browsers allow many more connections per server?
      • add yours...
    • Attending:
  • GeoNode
    • Proposed topics:
      • Brief overview
      • Get involved with the community!
      • Meet developers and institutional partners
        • Opportunities for work around the world, especially in South America and Indonesia
        • Positions available at the World Bank and OpenGeo
    • Attending:
      • Rolando Peñate (OpenGeo)
      • David Winslow (OpenGeo)
      • Robert Soden (World Bank)
      • Ariel Nuñez (World Bank)
      • Seb Benthall (UC Berkeley)
      • Matt Bertrand (Harvard University)
      • Sachindra Singh (SOPAC)
      • Jeffrey Johnson (OpenGeo)
      • Jubal Harpster (SpatialDev)
      • Eric Wolf (USGS, CU-Boulder)
  • Python
    • Proposed topics:
      • High fives
      • Extension modules, Pyrex, Cython, ctypes
      • Python 3
      • PyPy
      • Packaging and distributions
    • Attending:
  • Add yours below...