[GRASS-dev] External providers in QGIS
mohammedrashadkm at gmail.com
Thu Feb 8 01:31:29 PST 2018
On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 6:25 PM, Paolo Cavallini <cavallini at faunalia.it>
> Il 07/02/2018 11:18, Victor Olaya ha scritto:
> > I dont see the advantage in having providers in core.
> I see the following:
> * tests (already available in our infrastructure)
> * translations
> * more exposure
> * documentation
> > And if there is an
> > advantage, it's clearly not in how easy it is going to be to maintain
> > the plugin.
> until now it has been maintained somehow; if more resources are needed,
> we can find a way
> > If the people responsible of a given backend (like OTB) are
> > going to maintain it (which makes sense), why putting it in core where
> > they don't have write access?
> why not granting them write access?
That would still need users *waiting* for QGIS release for fix in algo is
what I understood from other parts of discussion.
I don't know what these developers are going to do with a bugfix after a
new release. That's some kind of mystery unsolved to me.
I hope there will be zero bugs after releases.
> > Better in a separate repo. Also, they can
> > release whenever there are changes, without having to wait for a new
> > release. That way, the plugin will always be in sync with new releases
> > of the backend app.
> this is certainly true; AFAICT OTB people has proposed a solution
> > If we put them in core...why putting only this big ones (which in some
> > cases require installing external apps manually by the user), and not
> > put other plugins that exist and contain Processing providers?
> I'd be in favour of adding anything important for users.
> Thanks for your thoughts.
> When in Madeira we can have a discussion about this. It would be good if
> all interested parties could meet, locally and remotely.
> All the best.
> Paolo Cavallini - www.faunalia.eu
> QGIS & PostGIS courses: http://www.faunalia.eu/training.html
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