[GeoNode-devel] Fall Sprint Nov 16-20 Turin & New Orleans (new thread!)
tomkralidis at gmail.com
Sun Sep 27 17:57:34 PDT 2015
On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 3:10 PM, Jeffrey Johnson <ortelius at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> Going to start a new thread here since the old one was getting too
> long for comfort.
> So, we are set for November 16-20 in Turin at Ithaca  and in New
> Orleans at Landing Zone  (hosted by Boundless).
> Note that this coincides with National Geography Awareness week in the US .
> It seems like everyone is in agreement with Paolo's proposed schedule:
> 1 - Leave Monday for traveling (those who arrive on Monday will be hosted)
> 2 - Start from Tuesday morning with presentations (who is doing what
> with GeoNode and going to do. we can do this on hangouts so folks that
> cant make it can join)
> 3 - Tue, Wed, Thu: work on specific projects or modules, Bug fixing ,
> docs, website
> 4 - Friday open discussion on next release with GN users as well
> A few TODO items
> * Update this page on the site  (or add a new one)
> * Get the 2.4 release out at least a few weeks before this
> * Begin discussion and documentation of the Roadmap after 2.4
> * Issue triage on Docs tickets so we can be efficient when working on
> docs during this sprint
> If someone can take on the task of getting the site updated that would
> be great. It should be pretty easy now with the new jekyll setup.
Given our recent GitHub Pages / Jekyll port (we now also have a blog
feed and sitemaps enabled), I've added a draft blog post to
for review and comment. When this is ready for publishing, it can be
moved into _posts/2015/09 and GitHub Pages will automagically publish
the blogpost (to work with drafts locally, see
http://jekyllrb.com/docs/drafts/ for more info).
> Make sure you get your shirt order on the spreadsheet. Ill find a
> cutoff date at some point and setup the order so you can all pay for
> yours and I can get them shipped to Italy and whoever is not able to
> make it.
> Anything else Im not thinking of?
> Looking forward to seeing many of you in New Orleans and having a
> productive sprint!
>  http://www.ithacaweb.org/
>  http://www.lznola.org/
>  http://education.nationalgeographic.com/programs/geographyawarenessweek/
>  http://geonode.org/code_sprint_2015.html
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