QGIS Developer Meeting Bonn August 2016

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16th QGIS Developer Meeting in Bonn, August 21-23 2016

Period and location

The developer meeting will take place in August 2016 (21st-23rd), taking part in the FOSS4G Code Sprint at FOSS4G 2016.

Organizers:

QGIS community with support from FOSS4G organising committee.

Contact

Otto Dassau - contact: otto@qgis.org

Venue

The venue for the developer meeting is the "Basecamp" in Bonn http://www.basecamp-bonn.com/. You can get more information at https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/FOSS4G_2016_Code_Sprint#CodeSprint.

Sponsors

The German FOSSGIS e.V. sponsors the FOSS4G Code Sprint in general.

Program

TBD

Accommodation

Dining

  • We will have a dinner on Monday evening, August 22nd, starting at 6:30pm until 11:00pm. It will be at Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, Langer Grabenweg 68, 53175 Bonn. http://www.gsi-bonn.de/en.html. It is a 20 minutes walk from the Basecamp
  • Route to Dinner

Transportation. How to arrive

In general the Basecamp und WCCB (FOSS4G Conference) are very well connected by ÖPNV (Public Transport).

By air

There is airport Cologne/Bonn (Flughafen Köln/Bonn) https://www.koeln-bonn-airport.de close to the meeting. Easiest way to get to the Basecamp is by taking a train (SB60) to Bonn main station (Bonn Hbf) and then using the tram (see below).

By train

  • You can reach Bonn main station (Bonn Hbf) with all train types. Best use Deutsche Bahn Travel Service to find your connection.
  • Best way to get to the Basecamp from Bonn Hbf is using tram (Stadtbahn) 66 (Direction Bad Honnef) and get off at Bonn, Gronau Ollenhauerstr. From there it is a 5 minute walk.

By road

Please use your favorite GPS device to get to the Basecamp. The address is: In der Raste 1, 53129 Bonn

Topics

  • working on QGIS 3.0
  • porting plugins to Python 3
  • Working on QWC II
  • Working on QGIS Processing framework
  • Working on Documentation (release 2.16, discussion)
  • Working on the wiki at hub.qgis.org

Participation

Registerhere

Please do not forget to also register at https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/FOSS4G_2016_Code_Sprint#Registered_Attendees in parallel. This is important for the FOSS4G organization team.

Participant Name Country Arrival Arrival Time/Airport Arrival flight number Departure Departure Time/Airport share Accommodation Notes Mail Room no T-Shirt Size Meal Preferences
1 Tim Sutton South Africa TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD yes can share AirBNB TBD tim@qgis.org AirBNB Medium Vegetarian
2 Raymond Nijssen The Netherlands 21.8 Car TBD 26.8 TBD yes can share Camping Siebengebirgsblick.de Bring tent (and bike) and feel free to join! r.nijssen@terglobo.nl TBD Medium
3 Tudor Bărăscu Romania 20 13:55/DTM - 29 TBD no Hotel Aigner TBD tudor.barascu(at)qtibia.ro TBD Medium
4 Matthias Kuhn Switzerland 21.8. - - 26.8. - - Other matthias@opengis.ch TBD Small
5 Yves Jacolin France 20.8 - - 24.8 Bonnox yves dot jacolin at camptocamp dot com TBD Large
6 Arnaud Morvan France 20.8 - - 24.8 Bonnox arnaud dot morvan at camptocamp dot com TBD Large
7 Stephane Brunner Switzerland 21.8 - - 23.8 Airbnb stephane dot brunner at camptocamp dot com TBD Large
8 Patrick Valsecchi Switzerland 21.8 - - 23.8 Airbnb patrick dot valsecchi at camptocamp dot com TBD Large
10 Alexandre Neto Portugal 21.8 Cologne Main 17.45 - 26.8 Cologne Main 10.00 other aneto@boundlessgeo.com TBD Medium
11 Otto Dassau Germany 22.8 - - 23.8 - Bonnox otto@qgis.org TBD -
12 Paolo Cavallini Italy 21.8 16:20 Cologne-Bonn 4U 897 24.8 10:50 Cologne-Bonn Ibis cavallini@faunalia.it TBD -
13 Pirmin Kalberer Switzerland 21.8 - - 23.8 - Basecamp pka [ät] sourcepole.ch TBD -
14 Andreas Neumann Switzerland 21.8 - - 23.8 - Basecamp andreas [ät] qgis.org TBD -
15 Alex Bruy Ukraine 21.8 - - 23.8 - TBD alexander.bruy at gmail.com TBD -
16 Victor Olaya France 21.8 - - 23.8 - TBD volayaf at gmail.com TBD -
17 Anita Graser Austria 22.8 - - 23.8 - Basecamp anitagraser [ät] gmx.at TBD -
18 Martin Landa Czech 21.8 - - 23.8 - TBD TBD -
19 Even Rouault France 22.8 - - 23.8 - Basecamp even.rouault @ spatialys.com TBD -
20 Ari Jolma Finnland 23.8 - - 23.8 - Beethoven TBD -
21 Asger Skovbo Petersen Denmark 22.8 - - 23.8 - TBD asger ãt septima.dk TBD -
22 Borys Jurgiel Poland 21.8 21:15 Cologne-Bonn - 23.8 - Bonnox info at borysjurgiel dot pl TBD X-Large
23 Richard Duivenvoorde Netherlands 21.8 - - 23.8 - IBIS richard at qgis.org TBD -
24 Hugo Mercier France 22.8 - - 23.8 - TBD hugo dot mercier at oslandia dot com TBD -
25 Lene Fischer Denmark 21.8 - - 23.8 - other LFI@IGN.KU.DK -TBD -
26 Bo Victor Thomsen Denmark 21.8 - - 23.8 - other bvtho@frederikssund.dk - -
27 Milena Nowotarska Poland 21.8 - - 23.8 - other do dot milenki at gmail dot com TBD Small glutenfree, milkfree
28 Manuel Grizonnet France 21.8 - - 23.8 - Basecamp manuel.grizonnet @ cnes.fr TBD - -
29 Maxim Dubinin Russia 22.8 - - 23.8 - other sim@gis-lab.info TBD - -
30 Harrissou Sant-anna France 20.8 - - 26.8 - Ibis delazj at gmail dot com TBD Small Vegetarian
31 Martin Isenburg Germany 21.8 - - 28.8 - Basecamp martin near rapidlasso dot com TBD Fair-trade organic
32 Yoichi Kayama Japan 19.8 - - 28.8 - Hotel Europa yoichi.kayama at gmail dot com TBD Medium
33 Jürgen Fischer Germany 21.8 - - 26.8 - IBIS jef at norbit dot de TBD - No
34 Horst Düster Switzerland 22.8 for dinner only - 22.8 - other horst.duester at sourcepole do ch TBD - No
35 Thomas Schüttenberg Germany 22.8 - - 23.8 - home thomas@qgis.de - large no
36 Marco Hugentobler Switzerland 22.8. - - 28.8 - other marco at sourcepole dot ch - medium no

Individual Preparation

  • Bring your own computer (and power supply!). Better with a power bar, "compatible plug" and long cable, and ethernet cable (we'll provide wifi, but better you have a cable, too).
  • Install git and the compiler tools, and come with a working QGIS development environment if possible.

Fun Run/Walk

Depending on the preferences of the runners, we can organize a soft or a moderate trail run activity, to get to the nearest summits (around 350/500 meters of positive elevation gain) and getting nice views from the city and the surrounding landscape. If you are interested in participating in this activity, please register below, and write down your preferences:

|#|Participant|Preferences| |1|Tim Sutton|moderate trail running|

FAQ

  • Is the QGIS Developer Meeting just a coding event?
  • It is mainly a coding and documentation event. It is a working session for people who are already participants in the QGIS project and/or are committed to improving the QGIS project.
  • On demand we can do some presentations of current working qgis implementation and new upcoming features to spread the idea of openGIS software
  • Is the QGIS Developer Meeting for developers only?
  • No: anybody can help, with testing, checking out bugs and fixes, documentation and more.
  • Where can I get help and more information about the meeting?
  • Contact ???

About the area

see FOSS4G Website

Presentations at the Developer Meeting

Presenter Topic Date / Time
Anita Resource Sharing Tuesday 11am

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