[OSGeoLive] Adding PerfectTIN to OSGeoLive
astrid.emde at posteo.de
Tue Aug 25 02:00:47 PDT 2020
Am 25.08.2020 04:52 schrieb Alex Mandel:
> On 8/18/20 7:19 PM, Pierre Abbat wrote:
>> On Tuesday, 18 August 2020 15:57:00 EDT Astrid Emde (OSGeo) wrote:
>>> Hello Pierre,
>>> thanks for your application.
>>> Could you please also provide an installer for your software in a
>>> and make a pull request so we can test it.
>>> * see also
>> I'm in the midst of implementing STL export after adding color to the
>> of exported PLY files, so I can't work on a package until that's ready
>> release, which will be version 0.5.1. On top of that, I had two
>> computers fail
>> in quick succession. One of them is my main development box, and it
>> came back
>> from repair not booting.
>> Do you mean a .deb package or instructions in shell that fetch the
>> and build and install them?
>>> Looks like we do not have point clouds on OSGeoLive yet. Do you have
>>> suggestion for good example data?
>> Darkblue_b sent me a link to a point cloud in Raleigh, which I may or
>> may not
>> be able to access (it's on the failed computer's M.2 drive). It is not
>> (it's full of trees). IIRR he processed it at 1 dm tolerance, which
>> that point
>> cloud does not deserve, as its density is only about 1/m².
>> Pat, who asked me to write the program in the first place, is going,
>> in the next few weeks, to fly a drone above a church in Shelby to get
>> data for a continuing education seminar to be held there in December.
>> data will be distributed, or at least demonstrated, to some 40-80
>> which should be public enough for a data set to be distributed with
>> The other point clouds I have are jobs eGPS (where Pat works) or
>> 3DSurvey has
>> done, except for one square of West Virginia terrain, which is covered
>>> After we had a look at the installer and decide whether PerfectTIN
>>> you could write the documentation files.
>>> For the documentation youu find information at
>> Is what you mean by "documentation" just one line in the CSV file, or
>> is it
>> something that would explain to a user how to use the program?
> We could also consider using a small sample from the USGS 3DEP public
> data set. https://usgs.entwine.io/
I think for the sample data it is important, that the data is not too
It would be great if it would fit to the data we already have
About the documentation.
Each project has to provide an overview document and a quickstart.
On Github at: https://github.com/OSGeo/OSGeoLive-doc/tree/master/doc
the line in the csv file gathers some overview information that is used
to setup the documentation pages
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