FOSS4G 2011 Code Sprint
- 1 Code Sprint - what's that?
- 2 Venue
- 3 What to Bring
- 4 How to get there from the Sheraton
- 5 Sponsor
- 6 Questions/Comments/Ideas
- 7 Additional Interested People
- 8 Workgroups
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 :)
- Date: Saturday September 17th, 2011 (the day after the conference).
- Time: 9am-5pm (timeandate)
- Where: Tivoli Student Union building (a former brewery), Auraria Campus
Tivoli Student Union 900 Auraria Parkway Denver, CO OSM map - Google map - street view (distant tower in center)
- Rooms: (each room has a 60-70 person capacity)
- room 440/540 (bilevel)
- room 640
What to Bring
- power bars (only outlets for 30 computers exist)
How to get there from the Sheraton
The easiest way to get there from the Sheraton is to catch the free shuttle bus along 16th Street to Larimer, then it's about a half mile walk from there (7-10 minutes) - just take a left on Larimer and keep going straight into the campus. More detail to come shortly on how to get to the exact rooms etc.
Look for the tower elevators sign. You can come up elevator or stairs to 4th floor.
Please! contact organizers: Rafael Moreno, or Jeff McKenna
- ask on the foss4g2011 mailing list (subscribe)
Additional Interested People
The following people are potentially interested in participating in sprinting activities though have not yet established a Workgroup.
- Mike Adair
- Oliver Tonnhofer I like to work on tiling stuff (MapProxy) or Python geo APIs (Shapely, imposm).
- Morten Lindegaard
- Yoichi Kayama
- Jachym Cepicky
To participate, copy a project skeleton and start a section below for your project.
- your goals
- I18N/L10N complete
- Japanese, Indonesian, and Chinese translations
- Getting GeoExt to work with ExtJS4
- Making MapQUery more awesome
- Talk to OpenLayers 3 people about the future
- Paul Ramsey
- Pierre Racine
- David Bitner
- Brian Hamlin
- Bborie Park
- Leo Hsu
- Regina Obe
- Olivier Courtin
- Close bugs and triage for 2.0 release
- Kip Streithorst
- Trevor Clarke
- Michael Considine
- Enhance scripting support. See this page for more information.
- Work with OSSIM developers to apply OSSIM patches developed by the Opticks developers.
- Co-registration/image-to-image registration tool to replace Data Fusion
- Open source the Opticks unit tests
- Misc small enhancements and bug fixes
- Add georectification and orthorectification
- Prototype an OpenGL 2.1 based rendering pipeline
- Fix AEB installation to support auto-elevation, no need to start-up app with admin privs
- automatically restart Opticks to complete installation and uninstallation
- replace band math with raster math
- Prototype a multithreaded raster algorithm library
- Prototype am OpenCL/CUDA raster algorithm library
I (Dane Springmeyer) can't make the code sprint (leaving the night of the 16th), so catch me during the conference to chat Mapnik coding.
Possible things to do:
- Set up a repository for joint development of edu materials and kick-start a few projects
- Gather/organize materials for Desktop GIS or Web GIS workbooks
- Investigate Multi-lingual CMS options
- Michael Smith
- Jeff McKenna
- Thomas Bonfort
- Stephan Meissl
- Fabian Schindler
- Daniel Morissette
- Roger Andre
- Tim-Hinnerk Heuer
- Jeff Hamm
- Pirmin Kalberer (Ruby bindings)
easing MapServer upgrade process (from 5 to 6 or possibly beyond) with XML/XSLT transformation. Please view docs.google.com/document/d/1M1GFhgJdoB7_RDOCEmXf1GUg-fKtHTgzqmVh6lM-S8w/edit for details.
libLAS / PDAL
- Michael Smith
- Howard butler
- Brian Fischer
- Bob Basques
- Jim Klassen
- Eli Adam
- Dan "Ducky" Little
- Brent Fraser
- Testing and bug fixes for 2.6 release
- Nicolas Bozon
- Gérald Fenoy
- Luca Delucchi
- roll out CDO and a bit of QA on EMF goodness
- migrate user guide to help plugin (since Eclipse has a Wiki Editor that supports textile)
- refactor to *eu.udig* and make a verison release
- GeoTools as OSGi (no more net.refractions.udig.libs) - see GeoTools below as this would require collaborative effort
- Implement Query/Join for more than just JDBC-NG code
- Get OSGi bundle information sorted (collaborate with downstream applications )
- Set up new developers
- Major Bug stomp
- Technical Debt (FunctioName details; Remove old Filter code from test cases etc...)
- uDig: Collaborate on OSGi rollout (ie Equinox testing)
- GeoServer: Collaborate on OSGi rollout (ie Spring testing)
- Zoo-Project: collaborate on WPS Client testing?
- Bastian Schäffer
- Benjamin Pross
- Robert Gibb
- Open Disucssion about technical aspects
- Open Disucssion about use cases
- Open Uncertainty Discussions: UncertML, netCDF-U
- Luca Delucchi
- Testing GRASS 7 scripts
- Closing some Python bugs
- Italian translation
GeoHex is a hexagonal geo-coding system created by sa2sa. https://sites.google.com/site/geohexdocs/
- Implement geohex-gem version 3.
- Implement other language libraries.
- Make a cool demo app using geohex.
System Administration Committee
Spend some time improving OSGeo Web Services
- Improve LDAP Scripts
- Secure all logins
- Improve Backups