[GeoNode-devel] 2016 GeoNode Roadmap Summit

Jeffrey Johnson ortelius at gmail.com
Mon Aug 1 08:47:53 PDT 2016

I was thinking of inviting all of you to San Diego this time round,
but Colombia works too. We could also do one here when its a bit
colder for the rest of you in Feb or so.

Maybe we should do some kind of a small poll to see what works?

On Sat, Jul 30, 2016 at 8:48 AM, Ariel Nunez <ingenieroariel at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Patrick,
> I think timing it for late October - early November would be great. That's a
> couple of months after the 2.6 release and would have given us a chance to
> look at our roadmaps.
> I can host the event here in Colombia [0] so that we encourage more
> participation from people in South America - there are a lot of GeoNodes
> deployed in this area but not a lot of people participating in these kind of
> conversations.
> There are direct flights to Colombia from Spain, France, Germany, UK and
> direct flights to Cartagena from the east coast that are faster than going
> to the west coast of the US (5 hours from New York, 2.5 hours from Miami).
> Best,
> Ariel.
> [0] cartagena colombia
> On Fri, Jul 29, 2016 at 4:31 PM, Patrick Dufour <pjdufour.dev at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Ciao, everyone.
>> I look forward to seeing you all at the FOSS4G code sprint in Bonn.  At
>> the code sprint, I'd expect that'll we'll mostly be finishing GeoNode 2.6
>> and doing other work on downstream projects.
>> As we look to "GeoNode 3.0", I think it's a good idea to have an event
>> where we can have an open discussion with program management staff and key
>> partners on the future evolution of the platform (and invite some outside
>> people to get them hooked).  Time for another roadmap summit?
>> Does anyone have thoughts or specific blockers on where/when to have it?
>> Would sometimes this Fall work?  Which month: September, October, or
>> November?
>> What location?  We're open to hosting the event in Rome but also certainly
>> open to discussion.
>> Thanks everyone for being part of this very productive and quickly growing
>> community!
>> Regards,
>> Patrick Dufour
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