[OSGeoLive] Draft press release for OSGeoLive 13.1
Astrid Emde (OSGeo)
astrid_emde at osgeo.org
Sun Mar 1 13:29:22 PST 2020
thanks for the press release. I can publish send the press release, when
13.1 is published.
I will send the mail about the archive before - @cameron could you
please review again. I added more text. And maybe you have a nice story
about the early versions.
Am 28.02.2020 19:51 schrieb Cameron Shorter:
> Hey Seth,
> You did fix bugs, which means we now have a presentation again. I've
> tweaked the press release to say "thanks to BUG fixes from Seth". Your
> call as to whether you want to add your last name to the call out.
> So we now only have one application in the "Domain Specific GIS"
> section - zygrib. I notice that zygrib isn't included in the metrics
> page - probably because it hasn't been registered with openhub as a
> I'm guessing this might be one of our obscure projects which has an
> every decreasing community behind it - quite likely without a
> community behind it. As such, it is likely a candidate for removal
> from OSGeoLive.
> However, in the interim, Seth, if you wish to move zygrib into another
> category (and remove the "Domain Specific" category altogether because
> it would now be empty), then I'd be fine with that.
> However, I'd suggest add it under "Navigation and Maps" rather than
> "Spatial Tools".
> Cheers, Cameron
> On 28/2/20 10:31 am, Seth G wrote:
>> Hi Cameron,
>> I didn't change anything for the presentation - it seems the Sphinx
>> extension used for the presentation  will only work with Sphinx
>> 1.6.5 (from 2017). Any newer versions of Sphinx will fail to build
>> the presentation.
>> The extension hasn't been updated since 2018, but there are a couple
>> of pull requests  that seem to fix the various issues. We could
>> create a fork of this project and update it, or see if anyone wants
>> to become the maintainer. Otherwise, we are stuck with Sphinx 1.6.5
>> or need to drop the presentation.
>> I did fix all the RST errors in the docs except one. The Perl script
>> that generates the presentation seems to have an error on the
>> "Domain Specific GIS" section which contains a single item - the
>> zygrib project. The actual outputted HTML seems fine, but the RST
>> error remains. Ideally the Perl script would be updated, if not
>> could zygrib be moved to the "Spatial Tools" category?
>> Once the final RST error is fixed I'd propose that any future RST
>> warnings throw an error in the Travis builds so they are caught as
>> early as possible in a pull request.
>>  https://github.com/tell-k/sphinxjp.themes.revealjs 
>>  https://github.com/tell-k/sphinxjp.themes.revealjs/pulls 
>> web:http://geographika.co.uk 
>> twitter: @geographika
>> On Thu, Feb 27, 2020, at 10:49 PM, Cameron Shorter wrote:
>>> Once Brian has found a work around for his current network issues,
>>> and has copied our latest OSGeoLive 13.1 docs to the website, we
>>> will be ready to put out a press release.
>>> Felicity and I have put together a draft press release. Could
>>> someone please review.
>>> Seth, I've mentioned you by first name only in the press release.
>>> Would you mind adding your last name too.
>>> Astrid, are you okay to review and then publish once the docs are
>>> Press release here:
>>> https://trac.osgeo.org/osgeolive/wiki/Press%20Release%2090 
>>> Cameron Shorter
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