Febuary 28th, 2014
Dear Users and Developers,
It is our pleasure to announce that we have completed the migration of GSN from SourceForge to !Github.
The new repository is now accessible here: https://github.com/LSIR/gsn We have correctly associated the user IDs for the users who claimed their commits.
The documentation has been migrated to the new wiki: https://github.com/LSIR/gsn/wiki (a few pages are still to be added)
The issues are accessible here: https://github.com/LSIR/gsn/issues?state=open
We have migrated the issues that are still relevant. If you have any issues (bugs, features, questions) you want to complement, please add them there as the previous one on SourceForge will be closed.
Regarding the mailing list, we are still using the one in SourceForge but a new one will be announced shortly. We wanted to keep the same one for the time of transition.
From today, only the GitHub repository will be updated. The previous repository will be frozen and kept as a reference.
I also take the opportunity to announce that GSN will have a new manager: M. Julien Eberle. From now on, he will take the lead for the project. I wish him good luck and a lot of success and to all of you.
If you have any questions, they are welcome.
Sofiane Sarni p.p. Management of GSN
Feburaury 4th, 2014
Dear Users and Developers,
We would like to announce that GSN will migrate from SourceForge to GitHub.
The new repository will be located at: https://github.com/LSIR/gsn
The migration will be effective on February 28th, 2014. We will first migrate the source code repository, then the wiki, issue tracker and mailing lists.
All previous commits and branches available on SourceForge up to February 14th will be migrated. As commits in Git are associated with e-mails, we need to create a mapping between Subversion commits and corresponding authors’ emails. If you want to claim your previous commits, you have to provide us with your e-mail and user ID on GitHub (you can create it if you don’t already have one). Please do that before February 14th, 2014. Once the migration is performed, you won’t be able to claim your commits anymore.
- last commits to SourceForge
- deadline for claiming commits
- migration of wiki, issue tracker and mailing list
If you have questions or any issues, please let us know.
GSN project manager and lead developer
Welcome to the GSN Project
GSN Usage in Switzerland
GSN serves as the primary streaming data database for the ETH Center for Competence Environment and Sustainability (CCES). Through the Swiss Experiment platform project, the usage of GSN is increasing daily and is currently approaching somewhere in the region of 80 - 100 million data points. GSN is used as a repository for all types of data, from national networks to dense, short term local deployments and integrates sensors of a variety of types, from groundwater monitoring, to plant ecology, cryospherics and meteorology.
Example GSN Deployments
Some publicly available GSN deployments are available for testing:
- Mera Info
- Klicka Vidare
- SLF-hosted data server
- SensorLab, Jozef Stefan Institute
- Other use cases
GSN is licensed under the GNU GPL license, version 2. A complete copy of the text can be found in http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.txt. Basically, it grants you the rights to use, redistribute and modify GSN. However, if you want to redistribute a modified version of GSN, you must provide the complete source code of your modifications [*].
[*] If GPLv2 doesn't suit your needs please contact us.
Wiki guides and tools
- Using Trac's Wiki (quick guide) at WikiFormatting.
- For a complete list of local wiki pages, see TitleIndex.
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