We made use of BaseCamp Bonn (http://www.basecamp-bonn.de/) to host the code sprint, providing a friendly indoor “campground’ with picnic tables for working, surrounded by caravans of all shapes and sizes making up the accommodation. It can be quite a shock to roll out of bed, and find python developers in a cluster before your morning coffee.
Participation was open to all, not only OSGeo projects, and we were pleased to welcome over eighty developers from all over the world! This was a chance for developers to meet (often for the fist time) and collaborate with core developers, gaining a insight into the software, and participate in open source development,
An impressive list of projects was represented: uDig, GeoTools, LocationTech, JTS Topology Suite, JAI Replacement, TilelessMap, PostGIS, SHOGun, react-geo, Saga, OSGeoLive, owslib, debian/ubuntu, UbuntuGIS, OpenLayers, MapServer, QGIS, GeoExt 3, Nominatim, GDAL, t-rex, PyWPS, pycsw, GRASS GIS, OWSLib, pygeometa, MapServer, geocatalogo, GeoNode, OTB, ZOO-Project, Proj.4, Point clouds, meshes, Potree, PDAL, GeoTrellis, snappy, OSM-Vector-Tiles, Geonetwork, Geoserver, OpenLayers Editor, Noise, CouchDB, MS4W, EOxServer, maposmatic, mapnik, Mapbender, gvSIG, gvSIG Mobile, Geopaparazzi, pyModis, GeoMajas, GeoHealthCheck, Stetl, Entwine, Greyhound, deegree, TEAM Engine, actinia, 3DCityDB and testing GMLAS tools!
- Per-Resource Scheduling (https://github.com/geopython/GeoHealthCheck/tree/per_resource_scheduling)
- Re-architecture to run in all-in-one daemon mode
- Docker deployment improvements
- Presented GHC at FOSSGIS (https://media.ccc.de/v/2018-5294-geohealthcheck)
- OSGeo Community Project start
- Added Cloud Profiles, allowing users to easily download complex data sets from the web Ticket #441 https://github.com/geopaparazzi/geopaparazzi/issues/441.
- Added view-only of geographic feature attributes
- Enhanced the viewing of files (images, PDFs, etc) linked to geographic features ticket #454 (https://github.com/geopaparazzi/geopaparazzi/issues/454).
- Various bug fixes ticket #456 (https://github.com/geopaparazzi/geopaparazzi/issues/456), ticket #460 (https://github.com/geopaparazzi/geopaparazzi/issues/460), ticket #461 (https://github.com/geopaparazzi/geopaparazzi/issues/461), ticket #466 (https://github.com/geopaparazzi/geopaparazzi/issues/466).
- A lot of work, please look at the dedicated GRASS GIS wiki page (https://grasswiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Talk:GRASS_Community_Sprint_Bonn_2018)
- Press release with photo collage: https://grass.osgeo.org/news/75/15/Recap-from-the-OSGeo-Code-Sprint-in-Bonn-2018/
- Discussed test strategies for test suites and enhanced the existing tests for ETS WFS 2.0 Ticket #318 (https://github.com/opengeospatial/teamengine/issues/318).
- Enhanced the transformation from the CTL log to the EARL report by mapping hierarchies. In addition some bugs was fixes in the transformation ticket #319 (https://github.com/opengeospatial/teamengine/issues/319).
- Working on the documentation and the translations as on the restructuring and small designs of the new theme (https://github.com/mapbender/mapbender/projects/5)
- Working on the OpenLayers4/5 implementation (https://github.com/mapbender/mapbender/projects/3)
- Working on some bugs that occured.
- Code sprint summary at the GitHUb Wiki (https://github.com/geopython/pywps/wiki/Code-Sprint-2018-Bonn)
- PyWPS was proposed for OSGeo graduation (http://osgeo-org.1560.x6.nabble.com/recommend-PyWPS-for-graduation-td5359073.html)
- pycsw 2.2.0 released http://pycsw.org/development/announce/2.2.0.html
- Tasks for incubation were done
- Provenance review
- Final touches of the new Documentation framework
Mapbox styles generation library from OpenLayers (ol-mapbox-style) and upgrading the Boundless SDK (not an OSGeo project, but open source: https://github.com/boundlessgeo/sdk/) to OpenLayers 5.
- Merged Pull-Requests
- Fixed test-suite
- Refactored documentation and website (https://medium.com/@chambbj/pdal-at-the-osgeo-code-sprint-cf0a56eee59d)
- Conda builds
- Numpy reader support
- 1.7.0 release preparation
- OSGeo4W builds
- Windows building and testing
- Released 2.5.3
- Released 2.6.0
- News /foundation-news/pgrouting-v2-6-0-release/
JTS Topology Suite
- Added module names (https://github.com/locationtech/jts/pull/274), for compatibility with the new Java “jigsaw” module system.
- Following page https://github.com/geotools/geotools/pull/1834 migrated to the official Java “units” API used to used to convert between different distances, times and angles.
- This work also migrated the GeoWebCache and GeoServer codebases to track the API change
Raster Processing Engine
- Spent a lot of time reverse engineering the raster processing requireemnts of the Java community, starting with the GeoTools project and branching out to the JAI-Ext and JAI Tools code-base as required.
- An initial architecture spike (https://github.com/locationtech/rasterprocessingengine) was created, providing an easy to use “builder” API, backed by the JAI-Ext implementation of affine transformation
FOSS4G & OSGeo Events
The event also played host to some community building activities: FOSS4G 2019 organization, OSGeo board meeting, OSGeo marketing committee, MoU between TIB and OSGeo, OSGeo member meeting.
OSGeo Member meeting
The OSGeo Member Meeting took place in Bonn at BaseCamp at March 19th 2018 during the OSGeo Code Sprint. About 50 people came to the Member Meeting and from the board María Arias de Reyna, Jody Garnett, Vasile Craciunescu, Michael Smith, Angelos Tzotsos and Astrid Emde were present.
María Arias de Reyna was moderating the meeting, a whiteboard (shown in the photo below) was used to collect topics and questions for the OSGeo board and members to discuss. (Read more https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Member_Meeting_Bonn_2018)
During the Code Sprint the Mou between OSGeo and Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB) – German National Library of Science and Technology was signed. Maria Arias de Reyna, President, Open Source Geospatial Foundation and Dr. Bastian Drees on behalf of Prof. Dr. Sören Auer, Director, Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB) signed the MoU. Read more at https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/MOU_TIB.
- Website roles assignment to project members
- Open issues when needed
There are some photos from the event at flickr:
- https://www.flickr.com/photos/143943250@N05/albums/72157691529787542 OSGeo Code Sprint 2018
- https://www.flickr.com/photos/23696061@N03/albums/72157664988105727 OSGeo Code Sprint 2018 Bonn
- https://www.flickr.com/groups/4529299@N22/ FOSSGIS Conference
The sprint itself was generously supported by sponsors, making the sprint free to attend with food and drinks provided. Thanks again to all 10 sponsors of the event:
When not working, attendees did enjoy exploring the town, making for some great “geobeer” discussion. The sprint was held in conjunction with the FOSSGIS Conference (https://fossgis-konferenz.de/2018/), the regional “foss4g” event for Germany. The crew enjoyed a little bit of socializing, with code sprinters joining the “gala event” and contributing to the festive atmosphere and dancing. The city itself provided many distractions, with computational device museum being a highlight.
We would like to thank Bonn for showing everyone such hospitality, and looking forward to the next OSGeo Code Sprint!