[Biogeosdi] Who is working on the code?
Javier de la Torre
jatorre at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 16:35:31 CEST 2007
Yeah, I could do that, I was just wondering and a little bit lazy to
check the history. By the way that the trac system does not allow to
view the timeline (https://biogeosdi.ecoforge.net/timeline) and its a
pity, that really help to see what is going on in general.
Dont Worry Dave. I have updated the code because as you said it was
not that much work (thanks that you are using a SAX parser i have to
I agree with you Dave that this is not a product, that's why I was
asking on the code changes (it was not only curiosity ;) ), but if
someone feels like is a good base I have to say the code does not
look bad, it just need some more serious work on it, thats all.
I agree also that the problems with changes on the payload of web
services should go straight to the report :) I will annotate that.
On 26/06/2007, at 15:38, Dave Vieglais wrote:
> Hi All,
> It should be apparent from the svn logs who's been working on stuff.
> FYI - I'm really swamped at the moment with other work and really
> won't have a chance to even peek at biogeosdi until the second week
> of July.
> Remember that this project was more to evaluate the status of
> existing standards, not really expecting a product at the end
> (though it would certainly be nice). So issues like the namespace
> thing and so forth should be noted (and probably fixed where
> trivial), but details like that will be very important in a report
> as such things can be show stoppers for a deployed application.
> Dave V.
> On Jun 26, 2007, at 05:01, Javier de la Torre wrote:
>> Hey guys,
>> While editing the code to improve a little bit the documentation I
>> am more and more realizing that there has been some work on it
>> after the workshop. I see ocurrencesModel now have methids to
>> serialize to RSS and things like that... Who is working on this?
>> For what purpose? Just for curiosity! Thanks
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