[OSGeo-Discuss] Total Open Station 0.3 released!
cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Fri Dec 2 10:37:00 PST 2011
Do you think that TOPS is ready for inclusion in OSGeo-Live yet?
It certainly fills a gap in the Geospatial Open Source stack, and would
be a good candidate.
My main query is whether you consider TOPS to be "an established project
with very stable releases".
(We usually look for projects with a release number >= 1.0)
On 3/12/2011 4:40 AM, Stefano Costa wrote:
> Total Open Station 0.3 was released today!
> What is Total Open Station?
> Total Open Station (TOPS for friends) is a free software program for
> downloading and processing data from total station devices.
> If you don't know what a total station is, please read
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Total_station to get an idea.
> The task of managing survey data is usually done by proprietary, dedicated and
> Windows™-only software, but TOPS is different by nature, because:
> * it is free software released under the GNU GPLv3 license;
> * it works on any operating system, including some mobile platforms
> * it is designed to support as many devices and formats as
> possible, all within the same program, opposed to having one
> program per device.
> Total Open Station is available as a Python source install for GNU/Linux and
> other UNIX systems (possibly including Mac OSX, feedback welcome), and
> as a binary installer for Microsoft Windows. Downloads and install
> instructions at http://tops.iosa.it/installing.html
> TOPS 0.3 is our first official release, and already has support for
> different input formats (there are lots of them out there). More formats
> will be supported in next releases, and user feedback is essential.
> Total Open Station is developed within the IOSA Project, and is written
> in Python. The website and documentation is at http://tops.iosa.it/ if
> you want to find out how to contribute or read more detailed
> Discuss mailing list
> Discuss at lists.osgeo.org
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