[Qgis-developer] qgis organigram, code maintainers
botsnlinux at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 10:30:48 EDT 2007
Yes, I think I can do that. I assume this would cover everything in
/app/composer, but not anything else at the moment?
On 8/21/07, Marco Hugentobler <marco.hugentobler at karto.baug.ethz.ch> wrote:
> Martin and Tim,
> Thanks for your feedback and for the willingness to maintain the code. I
> adapt the draft organigram accordingly.
> Gary and Steven,
> Is it ok for you to be code maintainer for the code parts mentioned in my
> previous e-mail?
> Best regards,
> On Wednesday 15 August 2007 16:20:20 Marco Hugentobler wrote:
> > Dear qgis devs,
> > In the psc, we recently talked about having more formalised processes
> > clearer responsibilities in the qgis team.
> > From the development side, I'd like to have code maintainers for
> > parts of the code, e.g. for the different plugins and providers and
> > of the qgis libs. A code maintainer would review patches for the
> > corresponding part, coordinate the efforts of interested developers,
> > questions and make sure the code is in a clean and up-to-date state. I
> > that such an organisation will help us to better coordinate our efforts
> > make it clearer for new developers where to ask for guidance. It would
> > be visible which modules currently lack a maintainer (e.g. in my opinion
> > GRASS module).
> > The code maintainers would add one or more lines to their e-mail
> > such to make it clear for everyone, e.g.
> > Tim Sutton
> > .....
> > Maintainer QGIS raster module
> > ...
> > I could imagine the following parts of code:
> > - raster: Tim
> > - python bindings: Martin
> > - core lib: Martin
> > - gui lib: Martin
> > - app (dialogs): Tim
> > - mapserver export: Gary
> > - delimited text: Gary
> > - print composer: Steven
> > - wfs, wms: Marco
> > - renderers: Marco
> > and other parts that need maintainers:
> > - GRASS plugin/provider
> > - postgres provider
> > - ogr provider
> > - gps plugin/provider
> > - georeferencer plugin
> > - project file
> > What are your opinions about this this in general? Do you like it too or
> > it just unnecessary complication?
> > For the areas of code, I'm sure I missed a lot of things. And probably
> > there are even volounteers for the second part of the list...
> > Regards,
> > Marco
> Dr. Marco Hugentobler
> Institute of Cartography
> ETH Zurich
> Technical Advisor QGIS Project Steering Committee
> marco.hugentobler at karto.baug.ethz.ch
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