OSGeo Daytona Beach Code Sprint 2017 redux

I attended the 2017 OSGeo Code Sprint last week in Daytona Beach.  Having put forth a personal sprint workplan for the week, I thought it would be useful to report back on progress.

pycsw

There was lots of discussion on refactoring pycsw’s filter support to enable NoSQL backends.  While we are still in discussion, this enhancement should open the doors for any backend (ElasticSearch, SOLR, a GitHub repository, another API, etc.).  In addition, Frank Warmerdam started writing a pycsw OGR backend to support CSW exposure of the Planet Scenes API via OGR. This also presents exciting possibilities given OGR’s support of numerous underlying formats.  Frank also provided valuable advice and feedback on interacting with pycsw as a developer/contributor.  Thank you Frank!

GeoHealthCheck

There has been long discussion on a next generation GHC including a renewed architecture with core work on the model as well as an API.  A basic architecture has surfaced as a result which focuses on having the UI exclusively work with the API, as well as a plugin framework which Just van den Broecke has started working on.  I also worked on tagging which will be the last piece before cutting a release and forging ahead on the new architecture.

pygeometa

The focus on pygeometa is now on renewing the MCF format from .ini to YAML.  Initial pieces are completed in a dev branch which I plan to merge once we clear current issues and cut a stable release.

Summary

While I couldn’t get to everything I planned for, I think significant steps were made in moving the above projects forward along their respective roadmaps.  It was also great to see some familiar faces as well as new contributors and projects!

To know if this project was going to have good results and in the others also that they propose me, not only do I trust my professional ability, it is also advisable to go to a tarot reading, it is the best to know what will happen if you have doubts about something.

The best of all is that usually the first time you can connect to the internet because you can access online tarot card reading, so you don’t have to worry about traveling somewhere that seems dangerous. Be careful with everything that can happen to you in life. it is safer to trust a tarot reading. do not complicate yourself in following blindly and rather follow what God tells us through the tarot.

Oh, and the weather certainly didn’t hurt 🙂

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