Paris Code Sprint 2016
Bring together project members to make decisions and tackle larger geospatial problems as in previous years:
- Philadelphia (2015)
- Vienna (2014)
- Boston (2013)
- Island Wood (Seattle) (2012)
- Montreal (2011)
- New York City (2010)
- Toronto (2009)
Dates and Times
- Welcome event: evening of Mon, Feb 22
- Sprint: Tues, Feb 23 - Fri, Feb 26 (4 days)
- 16bis Boulevard Montmartre, 75009 Paris - Mozilla Foundation
- Metro: Grand Boulevard or Richelieu Drouot
(i.e what do you wish/want/plan to work on during the sprint ?)
We are planning for attendance of ~50. Please add your name and the projects you are planning to sprint and note the likeliness of your attendance.
|#||Participant||Country||Arrival||Departure||Project Work on||Attendance / Notes|
|1||Olivier Courtin||FR||first day||last day||PostgreSQL/PostGIS||Definite|
|2||Angelos Tzotsos||GR||first day||last day||OSGeo-Live, pycsw||Very Likely|
|3||Stephan Meissl||AT||first day||last day||MapServer||Very Likely|
|4||Jeff McKenna||CA||second day||last day||MapServer||Very Likely|
|5||Markus Schütz||A||first day||last day||Potree||Interested but not sure if able to|
|6||Michael Smith||US||first day||last day||PDAL / MapServer||Highly likely|
|7||Howard Butler||US||first day||last day||PDAL / MapServer||Highly likely|
|8||Luca Delucchi||IT||first day||last day||GRASS, OSGeo-Live||Very likely|
|9||Even Rouault||FR||first day||last day||GDAL, MapServer, Proj.4?||Highly likely|
|10||Mateusz Łoskot||PL||first day||last day||GDAL, PostGIS||Highly likely|
|11||Daniel Morissette||CA||first day||last day||MapServer, GDAL/OGR||Very likely|
|12||Ian Turton||UK||first day||last day||GeoTools, GeoServer, GeoNetwork?||likely if any others from Java tribe appear|
|13||Adrien André||FR||first day||last day||GRASS||Very likely|
|14||Jérémy Gaillard||FR||first day||last day||Cesium buildings||Definite|
|15||Thomas Bonfort||FR||first day||last day||MapServer||Very likely|
|16||Vincent Picavet||FR||first day||last day||PostGIS/3D viz & streaming||Definite|
|17||Hugo Mercier||FR||first day||last day||PostGIS/SFCGAL||Definite|
|18||Ludovic Delauné||FR||first day||third day||PostGIS/PointCloud||Definite|
|19||Vincent Mora||FR||first day||third day||PostGIS/SFCGAL, Cesium building||Definite|
- Please join the mailing list: http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/tosprint
- IRC chat during the event: #tosprint Server: irc.freenode.net
- Twitter: #TOSprint ( https://twitter.com/search?q=tosprint )
Participants should plan for the following costs:
- Travel to Paris
- Accommodation for four nights (including breakfast)
All other costs - food, outings and entertainment - should/will be covered by the sponsors
Hotel and co
Center of Paris is indeed quite small, the sprint place quite central, and metro network quite dense.
So no special need to be that close from the sprint place (anywhere else in Paris could also be fine, with less than 30-45' by tube).
However, nice hotels, quite close to the sprint place:
A common way to find a discounted room in Paris is to use booking.com
Paris is also well known to became an AirBNB city.
Could be so a way to share (big) flat, among some sprinters.
And there's also hostels, for those who want/need to find a cheaper hosting solution.
We have three sponsorship levels:
- Gold: > 2500 €
- Silver: 1500 €
- Bronze: 750 €
We encourage sponsors to support nutriment and entertainment for the sprinters as they work hard and play hard for four or five productive days. Contributions will be put towards lunch, snacks, and dinner costs for the sprinters, and potentially bringing in sprinters who might otherwise be unable to attend. Any surplus at the end of the event will be turned over to OSGeo or used for a future code sprint.
Sponsors will receive the following honors:
- Your logo at the top of this page
- Mention in all of our public communication
- Our undying gratitude, which comes in handy when you least expect it (Remember that feature you wanted...)
- And as extra, for Silver and Gold: Kakemono in the event room (if you provide it)
To sponsor, please contact Olivier Courtin (oliver dot courtin at oslandia dot com) directly.