This is a reminder that there will be another geotools IRC meeting tomorrow.
1800 Wed Feb 27 GMT
0500 Tues Feb 26 Sydney
1900 Wed Feb 27 Warsaw
1300 Wed Feb 27 New York
1000 Web Feb 27 Vancouver
Find a server from: http://www.openprojects.org/irc_servers.shtml
Suggested topics for discussion:
1. How to extent the Java Topology Suite
http://www.vividsolutions.com/jts/main.htm to include attributes (it
currently provides a suite of GIS functions).
2. Writing a SAX GML parser.
3. Extentions to http://gml4j.sourceforge.net
4. It would be great if we could tap into a GML expert.
5. We are working toward a Web Feature Server (WFS) client and server.
People who indicated they will join in:
James Macgill <j.macgill@...>
Original Geotools devoloper.
Ian Turton <ian@...>
James' manager, but also one of the geotools developers.
Ray Gallagher <raygall@...>
Working on a TimeMap application which uses Geotools. In particular, he is
focusing on setting up DataSources using Shapefiles and Indexing.
Cameron Shorter <cameron@...> (myself)
Worked on a WMS client, and now a WFS client for geotools, heading toward an
end to end mapbuilder http://mapbuilder.sf.net
Artur Hefczyc <wislaj23@...>
Not sure if Artur will have time to join us. He worked on the WMS client,
and has worked on client/server proxies/connections, and unit testing
"Rob Hranac" <robhranac@...>
Key person behind http://geoserver.sourceforge.net (Web Feature Server /
Simple Feature Server based on PostGIS/Postgres)
Rob has also been working on a SAX parser for GML.
"Aleksandar Milanovic" <amilanovic@...>
The developer behind gml4j, and employed by Galdos who have put a lot of
energy behind GML and related technologies.
"Martin Davis" <mbdavis@...>
Key developer behind Java Topology Suite (JTS).