[OSGeo-Discuss] desktop gis comparison at code sprint foss4g
andrea.antonello at gmail.com
Mon Oct 5 03:01:43 EDT 2009
you are right, but I would like to involve power users in code sprints
as well. They get usually bored in all the moments they have to wait
for a fix to test.
I think a tester/power user in the sprint would have more fun in doing
something more autonomous.
But, yeah, it seems you are not the only one thinking like that, since
there has been no feedback.
On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 7:50 AM, Jody Garnett <jody.garnett at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Andrea:
> That may be a good topic for a BOF session; I would recommend the code
> sprint stays focused on you know ... coding :-)
> On Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 6:48 PM, andrea antonello
> <andrea.antonello at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all, but mainly QGis-sers and gvSig-gers (I am now speaking as uDig-ger).
>> In Italy in November we have our annual GFOSS conference and this year
>> we proposed a workshop in which desktop GIS are compared.
>> So what should happen, is that we create a list of tasks that then are
>> shown/compared on every GIS during the workshop, in order to highlight
>> the strenghts of every GIS and hide the weaknesses behind the
>> availability of other possibilities.
>> At the Italian conference QGis/grass, gvSig/sextante and
>> uDig/JGrass/Axios will be put into the game, which is why I mainly
>> address those groups now, but obviously others are welcome.
>> I would really love to give this thing a ride before the November
>> conference, since it is a first try for me. Therefore I was wondering
>> if some QGis and GvSIG poweruser would be available during the
>> Saturday codesprint for comparison on some tasks together with the
>> uDig team.
>> That said, I would love to hear from anyone what he would like to see
>> tested in such a comparison, browsing from the easiest line creation
>> to the most particular and odd reprojection.
>> For that I just opened a small subsection in the uDig code sprint
>> area: http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/FOSS4G_2009_Code_Sprint#The_desktop_comparison_tasks_list
>> Feel free to add whatever comes to your mind.
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