[pgrouting-users] Motion for Project Steering Commitee and call
raghavan at media.osaka-cu.ac.jp
Mon Feb 22 19:49:07 EST 2010
Hi Daniel and All,
Glad to know that the pgRouting project is
setting up a PSC. Sorry for the delay in
Thanks for inviting me to the PSC. I will
try to do by best to be of help.
Hope pgRouting will growover the years and
be an "official" OSGeo Project sometime in
the near future.
Daniel Kastl wrote:
> Hi pgRouting list members,
> For some time already there hasn't been much activity in source code commits
> and new releases. The last release has been quite long time ago.
> We (Anton Patrushev and Daniel Kastl) want to boost project activity and
> make it easier for others to join and influence pgRouting development.
> Looking at successful OSGeo projects we think that it should become easier
> to participate for everyone, and decisions should be made more transparent.
> To get started Anton and I are in favor of establishing a PSC (Project
> Steering Committee) for pgRouting.
> A good description of the role of a PSC can be found in the GRASS project
> wiki: http://grass.osgeo.org/wiki/RFC1
> We believe that having a PSC would be the initial step for pgRouting to
> become more "open", to handle project management properly, to improve code
> quality, to hopefully extend functionality and of course to attract more
> developers and users.
> To start an initial Project Steering Committee we're now looking for
> Since the number of people who have been involved so far is rather small, we
> welcome anyone who has strong interest and/or motivation to participate.
> Especially I would like to to invite the following people to participate in
> the pgRouting PSC:
> - Frederic Junod (Camptocamp)
> - Ema Miyawaki (Orkney)
> - Stephen Woodbridge (Imaptools)
> - Kai Behncke (FOSSGIS e.V)
> - Venkatesh Raghavan (Osaka City University)
> If any other individuals/companies are interested, please raise your voice
> Looking forward to hear some feedback,
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