FOSS4G 2022/Community sprint

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Code Sprint

Also this year, after the online conference, there will be the OSGeo community sprint.

Participation is free of charge and anyone involved or interested in getting involved in OSGeo community projects is welcome.

This year we will try to offer the format an hour with the developer, where we ask seasoned community members to donate time for welcoming new members and introduce them to different projects or guide them through the setup of the development environment or translation tools and get started on the Foss4G journey.

You can choose to contribute to one or more projects. The sky is the limit. There’s always plenty to do – and 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 the code sprint.

When

The code sprint will be held on 27-28 of August.

Where

The codesprint will be hosted at the University of Florence.

More information about the rooms and social channels for the codesprint will be notified later.

Registered Attendees

The code sprint is free of charge but we kindly ask you to write down your name for better planning.

No Name Email Projects Registered to FOSS4G conference Present on Sat 27th Present on Sun 28th
1 Andrea Antonello andrea.antonello at gmail Codesprint Org, SMASH, k.LAB x x x
2 Jody Garnett jody.garnett at gmail.com geotools.org, geoserver.org x
3 Vicky Vergara vicky at georepublic.de pgRoutig, OSGeoLive, OSGeo Website x x
4 Markus Neteler neteler at osgeo.org GRASS GIS, actinia, GRASS Website x
5 Howard Butler howard at hobu.co PDAL, GDAL, and PROJ x
6 Akin Kuye t_kuye@yahoo.com Codesprint Org, SMASH x
7 Emmanuel Dubois emmanuel.dubois@cnes.fr OTB and 3D CNES tools: CARS, pandora, demcompare x
8 Anna Petrasova wenzeslaus gmail com GRASS GIS x x x
9 Vaclav Petras kratochanna gmail com GRASS GIS x x x
10 Tom Kralidis tomkralidis gmail com Geopython (pygeoapi, pycsw, pygeometa, OWSLib, etc.) x x
11 Veronica Andreo veroandreo gmail com GRASS GIS x x
12 Astrid Emde] astrid dot emde at wheregroup dot com Mapbender / OSGeoLive x x -
13 Silvia Franceschi silvia.franceschi at gmail Codesprint Org, SMASH, k.LAB x x x
14 Luca Delucchi lucadeluge gmail com GRASS GIS, OSGeoLive x x x
15 Laura Mugeha mugeha dot okole at gmail dot com OSGeoLive x x x
16 Caitlin Haedrich caitlin dot haedrich gmail com GRASS GIS x x x
17 Linda Kladivova lindakladivova gmail com GRASS GIS x x
18 Torsten Friebe friebe AT lat-lon DOT de deegree x x x
19 Luigi Ponti quartese at gmail.com GRASS GIS x ?
20 Carmen Tawalika tawalika at mundialis dot de actinia x x ?
21 Taro Matsuzawa taro at georepublic dot de OSGeoLive x
22 Weston Renoud weston dot renoud at qps dot nl PDAL, GDAL, and PROJ x x x
22 Joris Van den Bossche joris at voltrondata dot com Shapely/GEOS, GeoPandas x x
23 Jerome Jacovella-St-Louis jerome at ecere dot com OGC Styles & Symbology x x x
24 my name my email projects I will work on x x x

Workgroups

Project-name

To participate, copy this project skeleton and start a section below (alphabetically) for your project.

Attending

  • user
  • user

Goals

  • your goals

Participation at an hour with the developer

  • name of the developer - time/day of availability

GeoServer

Working on GeoServer community goals.

Attending

  • jody.garentt

Goals

  • Dropping Java 8 - removing java 8 from our documentation and build process is a good team activity that can support a wide range of skills
  • Java 17 LTS - it is working now with lots of "add opens" for easymock testing; migrating these tests to mockito is a good technical activity

Participation at an hour with the developer

  • Jody Garnett, standing offer to help new developers checkout and build GeoServer during sprint

GRASS GIS

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Attending

  • Markus Neteler
  • Anna Petrasova
  • Vaclav Petras
  • Veronica Andreo
  • Luca Delucchi

Goals

  • Help starting contributors.
  • Python and command line usability issues.
  • Discuss hard-to-finish PRs.
  • Sync with the PDAL project.

Participation at an hour with the developer

SMASH

Working on SMASH digital field mapping app enhancements.

Attending

  • Andrea Antonello
  • Silvia Franceschi
  • Akin Kuye
  • Fredric R

Goals

  • bugfixing
  • server-app enhancements

Participation at an hour with the developer

  • Andrea Antonello - time to be defined, based on organization issues

pgRouting

  • Working on tasks for becoming an OSGeo project
  • Release of v3.3.2

Attending

  • vicky Vergara

Goals

  • Work on tasks to become an OSGeo project

Participation at an hour with the developer

  • Vicky Vergara - Sunday all day

deegree

Working on open issues for deegree 3.5.

Attending

Goals

  • improvements for 3.4 and 3.5

Participation at an hour with the developer

  • Torsten Friebe - Saturday, time to be defined, find & ask me or join the IRC channel #deegree and get in contact.

pygeoapi

The pygeoapi team will be working on the issue backlog.

Attending

  • Tom Kralidis (day 2 [Sunday])

Goals

  • 0.13 release

Participation at an hour with the developer

  • Tom Kralidis, standing offer to help new developers with pygeoapi (please contact me to setup time)

pycsw

The pycsw team will be working on the issue backlog.

Attending

  • Tom Kralidis (day 2 [Sunday])

Goals

  • JSON storage

Participation at an hour with the developer

  • Tom Kralidis, standing offer to help new developers with pycsw (please contact me to setup time)

OpenStreetMap Galaxy

Introducing and help set up development environment for various software components involving Galaxy

Attending

  • ramya
  • kshitij
  • robsavoye

Goals

  • Successfully setup development environments for various Galaxy components and understand the code base

Participation at an hour with the developer

  • Kshitij Sharma - available on Saturday & Sunday
  • Rob Savoye - available on Saturday & Sunday

OGC Styles and Symbology

The OGC Styles and Symbology team will be working on a minor revision to the conceptual and logical model (SymCore) as well as extensions for styling vector features and coverage. issue backlog.

Attending

  • Jerome Jacovella-St-Louis (Saturday and Sunday)

Goals