[GeoNode-devel] GeoNode 2015 Fall Sprint in Turin - Agenda

Paolo Pasquali paolo.pasquali at ithaca.polito.it
Mon Nov 9 01:59:08 PST 2015

Dear GeoNode debs and users,

ITHACA is hosting a GeoNode Code Sprint in Turin from November 17th to 20th.

The sprint will begin on Tuesday 17 November with presentations on GeoNode
projects (who is doing what with GeoNode and going to do).

Following the kickoff, the code sprint will kick into action (Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday) with work on specific projects, modules, bug fixing,
docs, and website. Everyone can help by giving suggestions, writing
documentation, fixing bugs or contributing to feature development. A
primary goal will be the 2.4 release.

The sprint will conclude on Friday with an open discussion with the goal of
come out with GNIPs and tickets that has to be addressed before the next
release. GeoNode users are invited to join the discussion on how they use
GeoNode and share ideas on the next features.

Check how to get to ITHACA [1] and don't forget to register by adding your
name in the list of participants [2].

Here is the Meeting Agenda.

Morning (9:00): developers' projects presentation, round table and
Afternoon (14:30): joint round table and discussion, ticket triaging.
Hangout with New Orleans

*Wednesday. *
Morning (9:00): bug fixing and documentation.
Afternoon (14:30): wrap up documentation, website and fixing. Hangout with
New Orleans

Morning (9:00): bug fixing and packages release.
Afternoon (14:30): GeoNode 2.4 release. Hangout with New Orleans.
Night (20:00): GeoNode Dinner (if 2.4 is out)

*Friday.* (9:00) GeoNode users' presentations, open discussion on next
release. Hangout with New Orleans

Looking forward to meeting you in Turin.

My kindest regards,

Paolo Pasquali

[1] http://www.ithacaweb.org/about/directions/

Paolo Pasquali
Information Technology for Humanitarian Assistance, Cooperation and Action
via Pier Carlo Boggio, 61 - 10138 Torino - Italy
Tel. +39 011 1975 1872
Fax +39 011 1975 1122
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