[OSGeo-Standards] What should we do about OGC Standard writups on OSGeo-Live
ssimmons at opengeospatial.org
Tue Apr 25 09:12:27 PDT 2017
OGC would very much like to be the source of documentation where possible to keep you from duplicating effort! Perhaps you could link to our material where it is current and useful (as you referenced in your mail) and I will be sure to keep you informed as we accelerate our “implementer-friendly” standards documentation. Examples of such documentation can be found here:
Where the OSGeo community has developed superior documentation, you may want to stick with that material until we get our material ready.
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The OGC: Making Location Count…
> On Apr 24, 2017, at 6:00 PM, Cameron Shorter <cameron.shorter at gmail.com> wrote:
> To date, OSGeo-Live documentation has included write ups of a number of OGC Standards (including both English master text and translations). 
> However, this documentation hasn't been maintained for a number of years.
> As we go through rationalising what we continue to include on OSGeo-Live, we are wondering what should be done about OGC standards text on OSGeo-Live.
> I'm aware of the OGC has created some material , which on first glance looks to be more complete and more current than the OSGeo-Live material.
> I'm interested to hear thoughts (especially from the OGC) on what we should do in moving forward.
> * Should we drop OSGeo-Live write up of OGC Standards all together, as it is not core business of OSGeo? (This would free up some space on OSGeo-Live)
> * Should we provide a reference to a OGC Standards URL? If so, where would that be?
> * Should we make a copy OGC standards into OSGeo-Live docs? If so, who will take responsibility for writing and maintaining the build scripts.
> * Would the OGC want to investigate using OSGeo-Live's existing translation community to translate OGC docs? If so, how should this be approached and who would like to coordinate it?
> Thoughts will be welcomed.
>  https://live.osgeo.org/en/standards/standards.html
>  https://github.com/opengeospatial/ogc_school
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