[OSGeo-Standards] [Incubator] Fwd: TEAM Engine and CITE infrastructure

Luis Bermudez lbermudez at opengeospatial.org
Tue May 20 13:15:58 PDT 2014

Hi Cameron

Thank you for discussing and providing information about the motion. I will follow up with  the TEAM Engine mentor (Justin Deoliveira) about the next steps to move TEAM Engine forward in the OSGeo process, including installation in OSGeo-Live.

Hi Jody

Thank you for your notes. TEAM Engine is already in GitHub and mavenized [1]. We are in process of moving the tests form the OGC SVN to GitHub and structured them following the maven structure in a way that they can be easily invoked (e.g. running mvn test to run a test-suite without the need to download and install TEAm Engine). We are also starting to review the code for license incompatibilities. We just need a better infrastructure for managing issues, plan releases and do continuos integration. I will follow up with Eclipse Location tech who have also showed interest in helping.

Thank you all for participating in the discussion and your continuous support!

[1] https://github.com/opengeospatial/teamengine

- Luis

Luis Bermudez, Ph.D.
Director Compliance Program
Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
The OGC: Making Location Count

Skype: bermudez_luis
Twitter: @berdez
Tel: +1 301 760 7323

On May 16, 2014, at 12:28 PM, Jody Garnett <jody.garnett at gmail.com> wrote:

> 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.
> --
> Jody Garnett
> 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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