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road map update, Feb 10, 09

Justin Deoliveira
Hi all,

No proposed changes to the road map this week from folks that attended
the meeting. We need to get a status report on the following issues:

Daniele:

GEOS-2520, Bring Imageio-ext extension to supported status
GEOS-2296, Add ECW support in the GeoServer downloads

Simone:

GEOS-1162, Support custom raster legends via GetLegendGraphic

-Justin

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Re: road map update, Feb 10, 09

jody.garnett
Hi Justin; I always have to remember where to hunt down the road map each time you send one of these emails. I always end up here (http://blog.geoserver.org/2006/12/21/geoserver-roadmap-updated/) and then end up on a wiki page (http://docs.codehaus.org/display/GEOS/Roadmap) that is not visible without a confluence login.

I do thank you for posting update's however :-) We have not really had need for a GeoServer IRC meeting in this timezone recently.

Jody

On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 4:21 AM, Justin Deoliveira <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

No proposed changes to the road map this week from folks that attended
the meeting. We need to get a status report on the following issues:

Daniele:

GEOS-2520, Bring Imageio-ext extension to supported status
GEOS-2296, Add ECW support in the GeoServer downloads

Simone:

GEOS-1162, Support custom raster legends via GetLegendGraphic

-Justin

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Re: road map update, Feb 10, 09

Sune E. Pedersen

http://geoserver.org/display/GEOS/Roadmap is where I find the information

 

From: Jody Garnett [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2009 10:51 AM
To: Justin Deoliveira
Cc: Geoserver-devel
Subject: Re: [Geoserver-devel] road map update, Feb 10, 09

 

Hi Justin; I always have to remember where to hunt down the road map each time you send one of these emails. I always end up here (http://blog.geoserver.org/2006/12/21/geoserver-roadmap-updated/) and then end up on a wiki page (http://docs.codehaus.org/display/GEOS/Roadmap) that is not visible without a confluence login.

I do thank you for posting update's however :-) We have not really had need for a GeoServer IRC meeting in this timezone recently.

Jody

On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 4:21 AM, Justin Deoliveira <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi all,

No proposed changes to the road map this week from folks that attended
the meeting. We need to get a status report on the following issues:

Daniele:

GEOS-2520, Bring Imageio-ext extension to supported status
GEOS-2296, Add ECW support in the GeoServer downloads

Simone:

GEOS-1162, Support custom raster legends via GetLegendGraphic

-Justin

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Re: road map update, Feb 10, 09

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On Wed, 2009-02-11 at 17:21 +0000, Justin Deoliveira wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> No proposed changes to the road map this week from folks that attended
> the meeting. We need to get a status report on the following issues:
>
> Daniele:
>
> GEOS-2520, Bring Imageio-ext extension to supported status
> GEOS-2296, Add ECW support in the GeoServer downloads
>
> Simone:
>
> GEOS-1162, Support custom raster legends via GetLegendGraphic
>
> -Justin
>

This isn't quite related to the road map, but it does fall into the
'things discussed at the meeting' category.  OpenGeo is having an
organizational meeting followed by some code sprints on various projects
in a couple of weeks.  That is, you should expect a flurry of commits
around February 26 through March 1.  We plan to focus on the following
for the GeoServer arm of our sprint:
* Improving the Wicket-based UI in trunk to a day-to-day usable status
* Updating the various catalog usages in GeoServer to use the new
org.geoserver.catalog packages instead of the old trifecta of
org.vfny.geoserver.global and friends.
* Code cleanup (mostly removing unused classes and translating
inscrutable comments to English).

We welcome remote sprinters, but mostly would like to warn everyone that
SVN will probably be pretty busy that week.

I also notice that the IRC log from Tuesday's meeting is spotty, I must
have messed up the regex I used to strip the datestamp from my logs.
I'll update it right away.

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Re: road map update, Feb 10, 09

jody.garnett
David Winslow wrote:
> This isn't quite related to the road map, but it does fall into the
> 'things discussed at the meeting' category.  OpenGeo is having an
> organizational meeting followed by some code sprints on various projects
> in a couple of weeks.  That is, you should expect a flurry of commits
> around February 26 through March 1.
Are these code sprints open to the community? The uDig project recently
had a successful IRC based code sprint with groups around the world
hacking and testing hard.
> We plan to focus on the following for the GeoServer arm of our sprint:
> * Improving the Wicket-based UI in trunk to a day-to-day usable status
>  
I ask because I would like to try my hand at wicket; using the
validation module as a victim.
> * Updating the various catalog usages in GeoServer to use the new org.geoserver.catalog packages instead of the old trifecta of org.vfny.geoserver.global and friends.
> * Code cleanup (mostly removing unused classes and translating inscrutable comments to English).
>  
But what about the English inscrutable comments? :-D
> We welcome remote sprinters, but mostly would like to warn everyone that SVN will probably be pretty busy that week.
>  
And thus my question is answered; is there a wiki page for organization
or anything? I really like that their are clear goals going into the sprint.
> I also notice that the IRC log from Tuesday's meeting is spotty, I must have messed up the regex I used to strip the datestamp from my logs. I'll update it right away.
>  
Cheers,
Jody

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Re: road map update, Feb 10, 09

aaime
Jody Garnett ha scritto:
> David Winslow wrote:
>> This isn't quite related to the road map, but it does fall into the
>> 'things discussed at the meeting' category.  OpenGeo is having an
>> organizational meeting followed by some code sprints on various projects
>> in a couple of weeks.  That is, you should expect a flurry of commits
>> around February 26 through March 1.
> Are these code sprints open to the community? The uDig project recently
> had a successful IRC based code sprint with groups around the world
> hacking and testing hard.

They are not closed, but at the same time it's not like the uDig sprint
in which everybody was playing at the same conditions (everybody
remote).
In this case we'll be all there physically, with a focus on topics
important to OpenGeo, to leverage the phisical presence, to chat
between the various groups that make up our software stack,
so our presence on the chat might be intermittent and when
we get to work we probably have lots of decisions already negotiated
by voice.

>> We plan to focus on the following for the GeoServer arm of our sprint:
>> * Improving the Wicket-based UI in trunk to a day-to-day usable status
>>  
> I ask because I would like to try my hand at wicket; using the
> validation module as a victim.

Sure, nobody will be working on it. But you first have to hook
it back up to transactions as a listener (if you find limitations
in the transaction listener interfaces I'm all ears and eager to fix).

>> We welcome remote sprinters, but mostly would like to warn everyone that SVN will probably be pretty busy that week.
>>  
> And thus my question is answered; is there a wiki page for organization
> or anything? I really like that their are clear goals going into the sprint.

No, we don't have anything. We have rough ideas that David states but
for the most part we'll figure it out along the way. I guess the first
day will be mostly a "let's sit and talk" style and then we'll get to
business depending on what comes out of the talks (just my guess, there
is no detailed plan). I guess that one think we can do is to try to
man IRC and send mails before starting to work on something so that
remote people can be kept up to speed to some extent.

Cheers
Andrea

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