[GeoNode-devel] 2016 GeoNode Roadmap Summit

Ariel Nunez ingenieroariel at gmail.com
Sat Jul 30 08:48:38 PDT 2016

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).


[0] cartagena colombia

On Fri, Jul 29, 2016 at 4:31 PM, Patrick Dufour <pjdufour.dev at gmail.com>

> 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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