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Jody Garnett
Open source geospatial contributor with and communities. Projects include GeoTools, GeoServer, JTS, ImageN and uDig.
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Zev Ross 11h
The late Hans Rosling wrote that "stories about gradual improvements rarely make the front page even when they occur on a dramatic scale and affect millions of people" so it was nice to see this map on the front page of the NYT ,
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Jody Garnett 3h
Do you depend on to implement OGC protocols? Confidence each release based on nightly certification tests. With backing from and YOU we wish to restore these nightly tests. Thanks to Ilya for above blog post.
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Jody Garnett 22h
Agreed, this is why we want to see a lot of ogcapi work at - not so we can implement the core, so we can be in position to blaze a trail of small extensions. Define what is next using code and reference implementations
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Dan Joseph Sep 16
I think it was 2017 when I first talked with about how to get distributed processing into . So excited to announce that it's finally a thing, you can do it with , and helped make it happen:
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Drew Steen Sep 13
OK y'all, it is now my pleasure to show off some of the truly, genuinely heinous plots students in my Reproducible Data Analysis class made. Content warning: these plots are f***ing awful.
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Jody Garnett Sep 13
Replying to @boonen @openj9 and 2 others
That is really cool - would you be willing to share a note and numbers with a blog post :)
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Jody Garnett Sep 12
Want to publicly thank for an epic update to Ian has been, since April, fixing spelling mistakes! To check your sphinx project use: extensions = ['sphinxcontrib.spelling'] Ian's PR is now merged:
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Jody Garnett Sep 12
Replying to @rjhale @qgis
Out of curiosity how many committers are in North America?
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Jody Garnett Sep 12
Thanks to hardware and software upgrades behind It is so much faster!
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Jody Garnett Sep 11
is for next weeks Alberta Geomatics Group fall session on “looking into to future” where I will be speaking on , open source, and Calgary hosting 2020
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dersteppen Sep 6
My first pull request to Geoserver
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Jody Garnett Sep 11
Replying to @MikeBannister6
We only recently added m-value support to Need your feedback, testing and funding to make these things work across projects (rather than deleting all the m values). You may be the first to test part and talk about it
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Jody Garnett Sep 10
Incubation committee presentation: Open Source Practice and Passion at OSGeo - Video: - Slides: An honour to represent some of the great work being done at - thankful for the opportunity
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Jody Garnett Sep 10
Replying to @shapefiIe @AlexNetoGeo
Of course not, is an elder god, containing a trinity or depending on the cult a pantheon of files seeking to become one
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George Percivall Sep 9
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Jody Garnett Sep 9
Replying to @madmanwoo @komzpa and 5 others
I am not even on the project :)
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MapTiler Sep 6
See our highlights from the 2019 conference: Great atmosphere, friendly people, devoted organizers and many innovative ideas in the air. Hope to see you all soon! -source
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OSGeo Sep 5
Even Rouault receives the 2019 Sol Katz Award at ! Congratulation Even! Read the press release and watch the video
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Volker Mische Sep 6
Very nice talk about the analysis of Amazon fires. You can even reproduce the results yourself!
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Jody Garnett Sep 5
Replying to @bitnerd
run David run
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