Fwd: Re: [SoC] Neo4j in uDIG and GeoServer

Chris Holmes cholmes at openplans.org
Wed Apr 7 15:59:33 EDT 2010

I could be a co-mentor.  As long as I'm definitely the secondary mentor.
  I don't have much time, and it's been awhile since I developed a
datastore.  But the datastore standards are higher for uDig, and I can
help out if there's any problem with getting it to work in GeoServer.


On 4/7/10 11:52 AM, Wolf Bergenheim wrote:
> Hi,
> On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 14:28, Craig Taverner<craig at amanzi.com>  wrote:
>> However, I have no experience with GeoServer, and my Geotools experience
>> comes exclusively through my uDIG experience, which is why I originally
>> proposed only the uDIG stack for GSoC. The student in question is less
>> concerned about this, since he has Geoserver experience and is relying
>> primarily on my Neo4j expertise and general GIS experience for mentoring
>> him.
>> I would like to know what the OSGeo position is on this. Can I mentor the
>> GeoServer-Neo4j project, or should there be another mentor assigned, or
>> should there be a co-mentor assigned?
> In my opinion, and thus I guess the official OSGeo position is that it
> would be fine. However, I'd be more comfortable with a second mentor
> from GeoServer. We do after all aim to have two mentors per student,
> this would be good in cross pollination of the Java projects IMHO :P
> Perhaps a part-time co-mentor, while mentoring some other student.
> More as a back up in case there is something which the student gets
> stuck on.
> Regards,
> Wolf Bergenheim
> OSGeo GSoC 2010 Administrator
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