[Biogeosdi] Engines are starting!

Tim Sutton tim at linfiniti.com
Fri Mar 30 04:23:05 CEST 2007


I could also add to Javiers notes below that I kept full step by step
instructions for the server install so we can fully replicate it again
the the future. Ill continue to update this as we move through the


I also added  a page to the wiki on getting the code etc:


Finally I've also been adding more links and resources to:


Lastly I should mention that 35'C is not 'hot', its just cozy warm :-)



2007/3/29, Javier de la Torre <jatorre at gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
> Cheers from Campinas! I arrived yesterday and had already my first
> swim at the hotel swimming pool :) Here is HOT, really HOT. I saw
> yesterday at 14:00 a thermometer claiming it was 35 celsius degrees,
> so be prepare. Apart of this I have to say that the food is
> wonderful, people is nice, the hotel is fine and with internet and
> CRIA is a nice office where I am sure we will have fun.
> But I haven't been just eating and swimming today! Jeje. I have been
> all day working with Tim to prepare stuff and I have to say we have
> been quite productive, hopefully we will continue the same tomorrow.
> Tim has prepared a development server for us with Ubuntu where we
> have installed things like Geoserver for WMS,WCS and WFS. He also
> have set up the basic project layout for svn (using the one provided
> by Dave). Meanwhile I have started mocking up the interface of the
> web app that we discussed we want to build, and we have gone quite
> far already :) You can take a look at the screenshots we took at:
> http://wiki.tdwg.org/twiki/bin/view/Geospatial/MockupScreenShots
> All the source code is already in subversion if you wanna take a look
> (trac has an svn browser). Tomorrow we will probably start making
> them more real than they are today by getting already some data via
> web services. Maybe we are done before you come and we can all go on
> holidays on Monday :D Not really, there is a lot of nice ideas
> floating in our minds for merging more and more standards into the
> prototype.
> Ah! and because there has not been any suggestions we are starting to
> use Acacias as the test data (please bring more ideas!).
> I hope you are all fine and we are waiting for you to be around here.
> Cheers,
> Javier.
> PD:
> By the way! I took the suggested bus and I have to say is more
> comfortable than a taxi! The bus is fully air conditioned, with big
> seats (really big), the people are very quit... I really really
> recommend you to pick up the bus.
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