[OSGeo-Discuss] Porting UK Location Program Customisations to Geonetwork 2.10/2.11

Ian Edwards iedwards.pub at gmail.com
Thu Jun 26 10:51:46 PDT 2014

Hi Jo,

Do you know whether you can achieve what you need by only creating a new
schema plugin, or is the work more complicated (i.e. involves modifying the
code base)


On Thu, Jun 26, 2014 at 4:58 PM, Jo Cook <jocook at astuntechnology.com> wrote:

> Dear Lists,
> You may be aware that the UK Location Program GEMINI2/INSPIRE metadata
> standard is currently only available for GeoNetwork 2.6, which is now quite
> old, and that there are no official plans to support later versions on
> Geonetwork, as Defra will be moving over to an online-only metadata editor.
> My employer, Astun Technology, is considering commissioning a piece of work
> to port the GEMINI2 schema to run in GeoNetwork 2.10 onwards. We aim to
> make this work available on Github, to allow UK users to take advantage of
> the numerous enhancements in the most recent versions of Geonetwork, and
> will also prepare us to upgrade again when the new GEMINI3 is released
> towards the end of 2014.
> Before we start on this, we have a couple of questions:
>    1. Beyond achieving GEMINI compatibility with GeoNetwork do you have
>    any other suggestions or requirements? Speak up now as this is a good
>    opportunity to get them included in our plans.
>    2. Would your organisation be interested in contributing to this
>    project?
> Feel free to contact me off-list if you'd prefer.
> Regards,
> Jo
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