mappostgis.c maintenance (Re: Release Candidate 3)
steve.lime at DNR.STATE.MN.US
Thu Jan 19 12:34:12 EST 2006
If he would like to then he would be most welcome...
>>> Sean Gillies <sgillies at FRII.COM> 01/19/06 10:43 AM >>>
Well, Umberto hasn't asked to be a committer, but it would be great
if he would. Java apps will stress MapServer like nothing else, and
MapServer will either have to get better in that area or concede all
the enterprise/java domain to MapGuide. As the cutting edge Java
mapscript guy, Umberto could help out a lot.
On Jan 19, 2006, at 9:25 AM, Steve Lime wrote:
> Looks like we got Paul's blessing while my message was in transit
>>>> Steve Lime <steve.lime at DNR.STATE.MN.US> 01/19/06 10:23 AM >>>
> I share your concern about the postgis code and would be ok with
> your =
> suggestion based on your work with Umberto in the past. Still,
> Refractions =
> is the owner of that code and it would be nice if they would ok
> broader =
> maintenance. (Although looking at the revision history most of the
> changes =
> have been made by non-Refractions staff).
> So, +1 for me pending support from Paul...
>>>> Sean Gillies <sgillies at FRII.COM> 01/19/06 9:16 AM >>>
> On Jan 19, 2006, at 7:52 AM, Frank Warmerdam wrote:
>> On 1/19/06, Umberto Nicoletti <umberto.nicoletti at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> do you think this bug could be fixed before 4.8 gets out?
>>> It's been there for a month and it looks like a trivial patch to =20
>>> me. I
>>> have tested the patch on 4.6.2.
>> That would really be up to Paul or a Refractions staffer to
>> apply. I am hesitant to do it myself since the change is
>> substantial enough that it likely ought to be tested a bunch.
>> Best regards,
> I propose that we give commit privs to Umberto to work on stuff
> like =20
> this. He has submitted many patches for MapServer and MapScript,
> and =20
> otherwise it seems like mappostgis.c is at risk of becoming poor =20
> Sean Gillies
> sgillies at frii dot com
sgillies at frii dot com
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