[Incubator] Request for OSGEO Community Project for rasdaman - raster database manager (rasdaman.org)
jody.garnett at gmail.com
Fri Sep 27 09:53:50 PDT 2019
Reviewing your website page <https://www.osgeo.org/projects/rasdaman/>...
I would like to ask you to fill in information for each of the forms, this
allows the pages to be presented in a consistent fashion and layout. Some
of the information (like implemented standards) you have added by hand to
the "content' tab ... and their is a "standards" box on the right hand side
that is used for this purpose.
* Project type - we will update this to "community project" once your
application is successfully reviewed
- Content: Image - it is really important to share what the application
looks like. Or example output, or really anything. Folks want to have an
understanding of what they are evaluating or downloading. For bonus marks
you can use the laptop frame here
<https://github.com/OSGeo/osgeo/tree/master/marketing/photos> around a
* Core Features - is empty
* About - who's involved: any individuals or committers you can list?
* Similar projects / Similar proprietary products - important for outreach
as often folks will wish to migrate from another system
* Social media - anything?
* End-user resources - website, documentation, etc...
* Developer resources - repository, build documentation, whatever you have
* Footer - if you reference a commercial product, or if rasderman name is
trademarked, it is appropriate put a note that that effect here
On Fri, 27 Sep 2019 at 08:19, Pham Huu, Bang <B.PhamHuu at jacobs-university.de>
> Thank Jody for listing the required information.
> I added also a page for introducing rasdaman as a project here:
> I hope I can respond to your requirements with the details below, please
> validate them:
> 1. Be geospatial:
> + "Confirm by checking README or project description".
> It is written on the homepage of project http://rasdaman.org as Geo
> Raster Server.
> + "We ask projects have some user documentation, for example, an OSGeo
> Live quickstart".
> Users could start using rasdaman easily with the online document:
> 2. Have a free license or an open-source license.
> rasdaman project has 2 open source licenses: GNU Lesser General Public
> License (LGPL) for client and GNU General Public License (GPL) for server.
> For example in the header of a server source code file, it specifies the
> GPL license header: http://rasdaman.org/browser/server/createinitmdd.cc#L2
> 3. Welcome participation and new contributors.
> + "We look for a clear contribution policy"
> rasdaman project encourages users/developers to contribute to the project
> in the online document:
> + "We ask that the project demonstrate collaboration, perhaps with a
> history of bug report or pull requests"
> rasdaman project has public Trac wiki to maintain bugs/features tickets
> at http://rasdaman.org/report/1.
> Anyone can contribute to rasdaman project by submitting their patches to
> rasdaman source code at http://rasdaman.org/patchmanager
> 4. Code of Conduct
> + We have this wiki page which follows contribution covenant:
> *From:* Jody Garnett <jody.garnett at gmail.com>
> *Sent:* Thursday, September 26, 2019 21:36
> *To:* Pham Huu, Bang <B.PhamHuu at jacobs-university.de>
> *Cc:* OSGeo-incubator <incubator at lists.osgeo.org>
> *Subject:* Re: [Incubator] Request for OSGEO Community Project for
> rasdaman - raster database manager (rasdaman.org)
> Thanks Bang:
> As rasdaman previously took part in the incubation program I expect it is
> going to more than exceed our requirements for the community program.
> Indeed the community program was in part inspired by this experience.
> I am working on making our checklist clear - so any feedback is more than
> welcome. For example I think that "Code of Conduct" can be placed under
> item 3 below:
> 1. *Be geospatial *
> - *Confirm by checking README or project description*
> - *We ask projects have some user documentation, for example an
> OSGeo Live quickstart*
> 2. *Have a free license or an open source license.*
> - *The license must be OSI approved*
> - *We ask that the project team check the file headers and double
> check the license has been appropriately applied*
> 3. *Welcome participation and new contributors.*
> - *We look for a clear contribution policy*
> - *We ask that the project demonstrate collaboration, perhaps with
> a history of bug report or pull requests*
> 4. *Code of Conduct*
> - *Code of conduct OSGeo has supplied some guidance for projects
> <https://www.osgeo.org/code_of_conduct/>many of which select contribution
> covenant <https://www.contributor-covenant.org/>*
> Before we start I am little confused by the service provider page
> (which is for companies). Are you sure you did not want to work on project
> page <https://www.osgeo.org/projects/>? Both are useful of course ...
> Jody Garnett
> On Thu, 26 Sep 2019 at 08:19, bangph <b.phamhuu at jacobs-university.de>
> I'm Bang Pham Huu (Rasdaman software developer - Jacobs University, Bremen,
> On behalf of Dr. Peter Baumann - the original creator of rasdaman
> (Opensource Geospatial - Raster
> Database Manager - www.rasdaman.org), I'd like to request to register
> Rasdaman as OSGEO Community Project.
> I followed Jody Garnett's guide to add an introduction page for rasdaman at
> Please let me know how to proceed and the information you would need until
> rasdaman can be accepted as a OSGEO Community Project.
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> Incubator at lists.osgeo.org
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