[Live-demo] GeoNode and OSGeo-Live

Angelos Tzotsos gcpp.kalxas at gmail.com
Sun May 27 17:15:38 PDT 2012

Yes, we need to get those projects working under the same stable base.
EasySDI: another great future addition for the disk. Also it states to 
be more independent of software versions (it claims to work with other 
OGC compliant servers too).

On 05/28/2012 02:25 AM, Cameron Shorter wrote:
> As noted,
> We are seeing a number of projects appearing which are aggregating the 
> underlying open source projects into one. GeoNode and EOxServer have 
> been mentioned. I'll also add EasySDI, http://www.easysdi.org/, which 
> seems to be covering similar requirements to GeoNode, also using 
> GeoServer and GeoNetwork.
> I would like to see these projects included at some point, but do 
> think it would be important to have them based upon a stable base 
> version of software to avoid dependency problems.
> On 28/05/2012 7:43 AM, Angelos Tzotsos wrote:
>> I agree that Geonode would be a valuable addition to osgeo live. Is 
>> there a plan to merge custom Geoserver code to the mainstream 
>> version? Perhaps then it would be easier to include it in the disk.
>> On 05/27/2012 09:48 PM, Alex Mandel wrote:
>>> Along that same tangent is Geonode, which I haven't been pushing for
>>> osgeo live yet because of some dependency issues (requires a custom
>>> geoserver not the stock one).
>>> That's:
>>> Geoext
>>> Django
>>> Geoserver
>>> Geonetwork/Pycsw
>>> Postgis
>>> It's primary goal is to let users upload data sets, fill out minimal
>>> metadata, then allow it all to be remixed in web maps and shared out 
>>> via
>>> WMS, WFS, Tiles, etc.
>>> Geonode comes in large part from work by OpenGeo and some 
>>> collaborators.
>>> Will be interesting seeing how all these play out.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Alex

Angelos Tzotsos
Remote Sensing Laboratory
National Technical University of Athens

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