Thank you for your replay, and for your detailed explanations.
As I said, we're still in the studying phase. Anyway, with a clearer situation in our minds, it will be possible to do some plan also about active partecipation in migrating to GML 3.
> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da: Chris Holmes [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Inviato: venerdì 30 giugno 2006 0.40
> A: Fabio Da Soghe
> Cc: [hidden email] > Oggetto: Re: [Geoserver-users] R: GML 3 application schema
> GeoServer can not currently be used to serve GML 3
> application schemas.
> As part of OWS-4 we're going to be the reference
> implementation of WFS
> 1.1, which will require us to get to GML 3 Simple Features. We were
> hoping uDig would also do OWS-4, so we could collaborate and
> really hit
> the new feature model which would let us do most any
> application schema.
> But unfortunately they did not.
> So TOPP isn't sure that we can take the whole task on our own.
> The current state is that a _lot_ of work has been done on the new
> feature model, the last challenge that remains is to transition it to
> GeoTools trunk. We've been burned by not having enough resources to
> pull this off right, as we need a number of hands making sure
> comes off right. My rough estimate to get things on to trunk
> right and
> to get real GML 3 output schemas would cost about $60,000
> from where we
> stand. TOPP has some cycles as part of OWS-4 to contribute
> to, so call
> it $45,000. But that's only if someone else can start at
> about the same
> time. Right now the effort is going along slowly as purely volunteer.
> So the answer to 'when can we expect GML 3 in GeoServer?' is
> really it
> depends on when the right resources emerge, at the right
> time. Fabio,
> if you guys could help out, in programmers or funding, let me know.
> TOPP (my organization, and the maintainer and one of the drivers of
> geoserver) just can't take the risk to do GML 3 on our own. But if
> others are able to contribute we can help out. Though the reality of
> the situation is that someone will likely have to come up
> with money to
> pay refractions so that uDig can contribute and will
> successfully migrate.
> Note that if we do get this on, it should be as good if not
> better than
> just about anything out there. It will have the ability to
> go from an
> arbitrary sql statement to a known application schema, and to perform
> quite well, passing filters back to the database. There are mostly
> working implementations on the complex_features branch. We
> just need to
> get them on trunk as _the_ implementation, which just needs a
> number of
> people at once. If we had 5-6 people working for 2-3 weeks we could
> probably pull it off pretty easily.
> best regards,
> Fabio Da Soghe wrote:
> > Hello everybody.
> > My name is Fabio Da Soghe and I'm a senior analist in
> Sysgroup, an italian GIS company which provides software and
> services to its customers.
> > We're in the process of building an integrated GIS solution
> completely based on OGC standards, and we rely heavily on
> GeoServer for this purpose. Our product will be proprietary
> but we are very enthusiastic about the open source approach
> and development process, so we will be happy to contribute
> what we can to projects like GeoServer. Actually we're in the
> studying phase so I think there will be time to discuss
> further such details.
> > I replayed to this email because also for us is very
> important the support for GML 3. In the experimental page on
> the web site there is a declaration about this, but could it
> be possible to know approximatively when you count to release it?
> > Thank you for any feedback and for this great product!
> > Best Regards,
> > Fabio Da Soghe
> >> -----Messaggio originale-----
> >> Da: [hidden email] > >> [mailto:[hidden email]] Per
> >> conto di Bart van den Eijnden (OSGIS)
> >> Inviato: venerdì 23 giugno 2006 11.22
> >> A: geoserver
> >> Oggetto: [Geoserver-users] GML 3 application schema
> >> Hi list,
> >> more and more GML 3 based application schemas are emerging
> in Holland
> >> right now.
> >> Can Geoserver currently be used to serve out GML which needs
> >> to be valid
> >> according to a given GML 3 application schema?
> >> If not, what is the roadmap for this?
> >> Best regards,
> >> Bart
> >> --
> >> Bart van den Eijnden
> >> OSGIS, Open Source GIS
> >> http://www.osgis.nl > >>
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