[GRASS-dev] FW: FW: OSGeo-SoC 2016 application

Moritz Lennert mlennert at club.worldonline.be
Wed Mar 23 07:11:38 PDT 2016

Le Wed, 23 Mar 2016 09:09:06 +0100,
Luca Delucchi <lucadeluge at gmail.com> a écrit :

> On 23 March 2016 at 05:04, Yang, Bo (yangb2) <yangb2 at mail.uc.edu>
> wrote:
> > Dear Luca,
> >  
> Dear Bo,
> > Last weekend I've tried using my computer checking out the source
> > codes and compiled the GRASS in the windows OS environment [0]. In
> > addition, I've studied both t.rast.gapfill and r.series.interp
> > modules. I think that it would be possible to add an interpolation
> > method because it currently supports only linear interpolation. I
> > think it would be a good idea to add Kriging/cokriging to the
> > interpolation methods since it is a wide used rater interpolation
> > algorithm. Although Kriging/cokriging computational time is
> > significantly longer than the traditional linear method, it
> > completes the gap filling process within a reasonable period with
> > much better fusion results, especially for some heterogeneous
> > region. If you think it is OK, I can prepare the proposal follow
> > this direction (it is due this Friday). 
> I think you should start the proposal, because there is no so much
> time
> > However, I've got the reply from Soeren (see below). He said he
> > can't mentor the project due to too busy this year. Do you have any
> > other person in mind to recommend as mentor? Or are you available
> > for  mentoring this project? Please advise. Thank you for being
> > patient and helping me. 
> I have no enough C skills to be the first mentor, I could be the
> co-mentor (for testing, helping you with t.rast.gapfill and adding
> tests). Is someone else interested to be mentor?

As mentioned privately, I'm only available, like you, as co-mentor for
testing and applied advice, not so much on the coding side.

In light of the absence of mentors, you might want to reconsider the
choice of topics. For i.segment, Markus Metz is willing to deal with
the C-side and I mentor for the rest.


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