[OSGeoLive] Request for adding GeoStyler to OSGeoLive
suleiman at terrestris.de
Tue Aug 25 07:33:38 PDT 2020
Just a minor addendum: GeoStyler is also listed on OpenHub:
On 8/25/20 2:46 PM, Jan Suleiman wrote:
> Dear OSGeoLive members,
> we would like to propose adding the OSGeo Community Project
> "GeoStyler" to the next release of OSGeoLive.
> Please find below the answers to the questions listed on
> Kind regards
> > What is its name?
> > What is the home page URL?
> > WhichOSI approved Open Source Licence
> <http://opensource.org/licenses>is used?
> *BSD-2-Clause License*
> > What does the application do and how does it add value to
> theGeoSpatialstack of software?
> geographic data via a graphical user interface. Through its
> plugin-mechanisms, it is independent from any specific styling formats
> and can therefore be used for a variety of different styling formats,
> e.g. SLD, OpenLayers styles, MapBox Styles, QML, etc. Additional
> translator libraries also provide functionality for converting between
> different styling formats (e.g. OpenLayers style to SLD). Even though
> GeoStyler is primarily a React.js library, we also provide builds that
> for styling geographic data in the web, we try to fill that gap. For
> the OSGeoLive, we intend to install the libraries "geostyler",
> "geostyler-sld-parser", "geostyler-openlayers-parser" as well as a
> beginner tutorial.*
> > Does the application make use of OGC standards? Which versions of
> the standards? Client or server? You may wish to add comments about
> how standards are used. *
> *We support reading and writing SLD 1.1.0 through the dedicated
> geostyler-sld-parser. We also support the import of data via WFS
> 1.0.0, 1.1.0, 1.1.3, 2.0, 2.0.2.
> > What language is it written in? *
> > Which version of the application should be included in the next
> OSGeo-Live release?
> *geostyler at 4.5.0, geostyler-sld-parser at 2.0.1,
> geostyler-openlayers-parser at 2.1.0*
> > If risk adverse organisations have deployed your application into
> production, it would imply that these organisations have verified the
> stability of your software. Has the application been rolled out to
> production into risk (ideally risk adverse) organisations? Please
> mention some of these organisations? *
> *GeoStyler has been deployed into production for a variety of
> applications. E.g.
> *- Federal Office For Radiation Protection Germany (BfS): OpenBfS
> IMIS3 gis-client (**https://github.com/OpenBfS/gis-client**)*
> *- Federal Office For Agriculture And Food Germany (BLE) and Uni Bonn
> (IGG, INRES): cropwatch (**https://github.com/terrestris/cropwatch**)*
> > OpenHub provides metrics to help assess the health of a project.
> you please ensure that your project is registered with Open HUB, and
> Open HUB has been updated to reference the correct code repository(s)
> for your project. What is the Open HUB URL for your project?
> *GeoStyler uses CI/CD mechanisms including code coverages for unit
> tests to provide indicates for the health of a project. These
> indicators are listed in the Readme of our GitHub repository
> > What is the size of the user community? You can often answer this by
> mentioning downloads, or describing a healthy, busy email list?
> *We currently have around 15 active code contributors in our main
> repository and several other contributors in our other repositories.
> There is also a growing community participating in discussions and bug
> > What is the size of your developer community? *
> *About 15 active code contributors*
> > Do you have a bug free, stable release?
> *We do have stable releases. Are they completely bug free? Probably
> not. But the code is robust enough to be used for production
> > Please discuss the level of testing that your project has gone through.
> *We provide automated unit tests via CI. Currently our code coverage
> is about 70%. We only merge contributions that pass automated tests
> and builds.*
> > How long has the project has had mature code.
> *About 2 years*
> M.Sc. Geoinformatik Jan Suleiman
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> Email:suleiman at terrestris.de
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> Torsten Brassat, Marc Jansen
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M.Sc. Geoinformatik Jan Suleiman
- Anwendungsentwickler -
terrestris GmbH & Co. KG
Tel: +49 (0)228 / 96 28 99 -51
Fax: +49 (0)228 / 96 28 99 -57
Email: suleiman at terrestris.de
Komplementärin: terrestris Verwaltungsgesellschaft mbH vertreten durch:
Torsten Brassat, Marc Jansen
Informationen über Ihre gespeicherten Daten finden Sie auf
unserer Homepage unter folgendem Link:
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