[OSGeo-Standards] [Incubator] Fwd: TEAM Engine and CITE infrastructure
jody.garnett at gmail.com
Fri May 16 09:28:52 PDT 2014
You may also wish to speak to your incubation mentor (i.e. a voice of
experience) on choosing hosting.
Many of our OSGeo project have migrated to GitHub in order to take
advantage of the currently popular pull-request workflow. The OGC already
has a presence (https://github.com/opengis) on GitHub so this may be a good
fit. Various build serves such as Travis integrate with GitHub, we use this
on the GeoTools project to "prebuild" each pull request to confirm it
compiles and passes tests.
I also volunteer with LocationTech which offers infrastructure and build
services. The OGC is a member of LocationTech and it is worth reviewing
what is available. Recently LocationTech has allowed projects to be hosted
externally on GitHub which is a nice change.
On Thu, May 15, 2014 at 2:55 PM, Cameron Shorter
<cameron.shorter at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi Luis and Joshua,
> The OSGeo Board discussed this thread, and basically agreed with the
> points as put forward by Daniel, which was summarised and passed in the
> following motion:
> Motion re CITE: [The OSGeo Board should] state to the OGC:
> "OSGeo always welcomes the opportunity to work with OGC. With regards to
> the CITE project, we are not geared to provide the level of service that
> would be required for CITE, unless OGC were to contribute in a sustaining
> manner toward the service. If OGC wish to move forward in this regard, we
> can discuss details. OGC are welcome to consider other options outside of
> OSGeo and continue with OSGeo incubation if they wish to do so."
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