[OSGeo-Discuss] project not found in list

Gabriel Morin moringabriel at yahoo.fr
Sun May 19 16:17:41 PDT 2013

I found the incubation list you mentioned, thanks :

gvSIG ,Marble ,MetaCRS ,Opticks ,pycsw ,rasdaman ,TEAM Engine ,ZOO-Project

Sorry I was mistaken thinking osgeo was promoting all the geospatial open source projets. I hear so much about it I was thinking it was the case, but it's a groupement like apache and eclipse.

from what you say I should go see the apache project then, mdweb is build on geotoolkit and you say it's part of Apache.
We used plenty of apache projects in formation, so it should be fine :)

I have download geotools an geotoolkit but they don't look the same, is it really a fork ?

thanks for the help.



 De : Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com>
À : Gabriel Morin <moringabriel at yahoo.fr> 
Cc : "discuss at lists.osgeo.org" <discuss at lists.osgeo.org> 
Envoyé le : Lundi 20 mai 2013 0h07
Objet : Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] project not found in list

On Sun, May 19, 2013 at 2:27 PM, Gabriel Morin <moringabriel at yahoo.fr> wrote:

Hello sir
>I am currently a trainee in a city hall for a few months and I have to work with several map and metadata tools. In my formation we have used a bit of mapserver and amoung the documents the osgeo web site was mentioned for documentation and help.
>But I can not found any of the tools I work with on the site, that is MDWeb and OpenJump. plenty of other names of tools we have heard about are also missing, like Drupal, GvSIg, GeoToolkit, WorldWind, Osmosis.


The Projects and Incubating Projects list on the OSGeo web site is intended to list direct projects of OSGeo, not all open source or even open source geospatial projects. 

I'm not familiar with MDWeb, but OpenJump can be found at:


Drupal is not geospatial, and I assume you can find the project page if you need to.  gvSIG is listed on the OSGeo page, but in the "Incubating Projects" list.  GeoToolkit is a fork of the OSGeo GeoTools project.  I think it is now an Apache project.  WorldWind is I believe directly administered by NASA (not too sure), and I'm not certain about Osmosis which I assume is OSM related. 

There are many projects which I consider "friends of OSGeo" in the sense that they are often used in conjunction with OSGeo projects or by folks who are involved in OSGeo but that are not actually projects of OSGeo.  I often recommend these, and they are discussed at conferences like FOSS4G.  

>Actually it looks like there is only a very restricted list in the osgeo.
>Why is that ? 

I hope my response helps clarify why that is. 

Best regards,

>thank you.
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>Discuss at lists.osgeo.org

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