No, I don’t have any large-scale stuff, I just like to use the opportunity to talk w/ others on their plans and get individual things done faster through the power of helping each other. One thing I am looking at is Tom Lane’s expanded object code, I may have that done by sprint time though. But benchmarking it will be a big deal, it’s extra complexity and may or may not be a big win. The other is prepared distance calculation, which has been waiting a long time because it scares me: distance is the most important thing we do, so screwing it up would be Bad.
There will be quite a few point cloud and lidar people attending. If
you would like to start getting your feet wet with code, or just join
for a day or so to talk about use cases with the developers, sure.
It's not a presentation oriented event, so show up with a thought
about a project to complete. Documenters and tutorial writers are
always appreciated, if you don't feel like diving into code.
On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 6:58 AM, Tom van Tilburg
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