OGC Open Standards Code Sprint

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is hosting a code sprint in July. This code sprint is open to all OGC APIs and encodings and will have special tracks on topics such as Data Quality.

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) invites software developers to the Open Standards Code Sprint to be held from July 10th to 12th 2024, in London (UK) and on discord. A pre-event webinar will outline the scope of work for the code sprint, and provide an overview of the specifications.

The goal of the Code Sprint is to advance support and development of open geospatial standards within the developer community. The Code Sprint is a collaborative and inclusive event to support the development of new applications and open standards, as well as to enable software developers to focus on projects that implement open geospatial standards. Code Sprints experiment with emerging ideas in the context of geospatial standards, help improve interoperability of existing standards by experimenting with new extensions or profiles and are used for building or enhancing software products to implement the standards.

Non-coding activities such as testing, working on documentation, or reporting issues are welcomed during the Code Sprint as well. In addition, the Code Sprint’s mentor stream provides developers the opportunity to begin using the standards and projects.

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