[GeoNode-users] Simplest way to get Geogig working with Geonode?

Ariel Nunez ingenieroariel at gmail.com
Mon Sep 21 17:55:45 PDT 2015

The best to answer that question are Patrick and Tyler but if I were to do
it I would go with #2.


On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 7:17 PM, Dave Kennewell <davekennewell at gmail.com>

> Hi Geonoders,
> I am exploring the potential to use Geogig as a version control system for
> our hydrologic/hydraulic models stored in geonode. These models are
> essentially a collection of shape and csv files (the computational engine
> sits outside, and connects directly to PostGIS to run).
> Is it easier to
> 1) spin up a geonode 2.4beta instance, and then manually install geogig
> (and geoserver extensions?) on that server.
> OR
> 2) spin up a GeoShape instance with the maploom backend that appears to
> have a Geogig GUI, but i'm not sure if I still have to configure geoserver
> etc if I follow this path?
> At this stage, I don't need the long-term or most robust solution, but I
> need the easiest solution so we can explore what is possible with a
> geogig/geonode combination in our workflow.
> Thanks for any guidance you can share
> cheers
> Dave
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