[geos-devel] PSC Vote Add Vicky Vergara as GEOS committer - MOTION PASSED

Regina Obe lr at pcorp.us
Mon Jul 23 06:51:00 PDT 2018

Motion Passed.


Welcome Vicky.  I have added you to the development team.  So you should be able to commit directly to GEOS on gitea.

I thought I had removed all the svn notes in that RFC2.  Guess I need to reread and fix those.





From: Vicky Vergara [mailto:vicky at georepublic.de] 
Sent: Sunday, July 22, 2018 5:13 PM
To: Regina Obe <lr at pcorp.us>
Cc: GEOS Development List <geos-devel at lists.osgeo.org>
Subject: Re: [geos-devel] PSC Vote Add Vicky Vergara as GEOS committer


Hello all



I have read the RFC2 carefully, which still talks about svn but I imagine the same stuff applies to gitea or whatever comes out in the far future.

(not that I will be pushing directly to the geos project)


I feel honored to be a committer, (and Daniel is giving me the thumbs up), of course I accept.


As Regina mentioned, I have plans, and this week end I started "playing" with geos.

play = have fun experimenting with code improvements (and learn what its doing internally)


I wanted to start with changing the for loops to range loops, and chose PolygonizeGraph class as first C++ class where to do the changes.

but when I started doing that small change, I just couldn't stop myself from using c++11 goodies on PolygonizeGraph.

Now the file does not look at all as the original (big smile)

java is not C++, so C++ does not need to look like java, now, in my opinion, the code on PolygonizeGraph looks more like C++.




If you are curious, follow the sequence of commits to see more or less how I work, because at the end all will be squashed, and no squashed does not show the way I think when moving from one commit to the next.

also because at the end all commits are going to be squashed, I don't care if the commit message makes sense or not.


I wish I could say that I am done with that class, but unfortunately its a derived class, so when tackling the base class, this one will have changes.

I will try to work one class per weekend, (header and code + consequences)


see you on the chat :)





On Fri, Jul 20, 2018 at 9:23 AM, Regina Obe <lr at pcorp.us <mailto:lr at pcorp.us> > wrote:



Looks like we have enough votes to pass this motion and non -1s.


Before we give you commit access, can you read the below and confirm you agree with all.









From: geos-devel [mailto:geos-devel-bounces at lists.osgeo.org <mailto:geos-devel-bounces at lists.osgeo.org> ] On Behalf Of Dale Lutz
Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2018 8:00 PM
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Subject: Re: [geos-devel] PSC Vote Add Vicky Vergara as GEOS committer



On Wed, Jul 18, 2018 at 4:12 PM, Regina Obe < <mailto:lr at pcorp.us> lr at pcorp.us> wrote:

> Vicky has been doing work modernizing GEOS code to follow newer C++
> standards.
> She plans to do more of this when we flip the switch to GEOS 3.8.0.
> To make it easier, I'd like to add her as a committer to GEOS project.
> All PSC folks, please vote and express any concerns.
> +1 from me
> Thanks,
> Regina


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