and where should I tell her to direct her answers about pygeoapi? https://gitter.im/geopython/pygeoapi ?
Yes, the project is very active and she can help on multiple things from docs, small code patches, testing, dataprovider implementations, also the project is very frienly and open to suggestions
Happy new year!
Thought I'd share some MovingPandas samples with you: http://exploration.movingpandas.org
jupyter. A simple csv file is served via both
jupyterservice, which runs from inside the same docker network.
essentially, I put some data in a volume and I made this data available in:
and everything works as expected
I then use a jupyter container (on the same docker network) to access the same data but using the
docker-machine-name defined in the docker-compose
pydap client I can access the data served by hyrax, or I can use
wget to fetch the data served via apache ... but when trying to attemt to fetch the data served by pydap I got an error ...
Martin Christen, [26 jul. 2020 21:27:49]: July 27 would have been the date for GeoPython 2020, it is really sad it didn't happen. But I have interesting news There will be a "mini" GeoPython 2020 online edition, September 21-22, 2020 (together with Python Machine Learning Conference). Call for proposals is open until August 17. http://2020.geopython.net/ - More information will follow!
geopy. Many geo-folks use proj but looks like your case can be covered with
geopy. Their main comm-channel is StackOverflow.
Hi all: FYI Joint OSGeo/OGC/ASF sprint 17-19 February 2021:
This is a great opportunity for Geopython projects to converge and collaborate w/ both OGC and Apache. pycsw/pygeoapi/OWSLib projects will be on hand, and it will be great to see others.
The sprint is online/virtual and open to all. See you there!
Hi all: I just realized our Geopython projects presentation (http://geopython.github.io/presentation/) had an
import geopython statement.
I’ve since created a first pass vanity package at https://pypi.org/project/geopython/ (source code https://github.com/geopython/geopython), which one can install and run :). As always, contributions welcome.
We are building the FOSS4G schedule and we noticed there are a few proposals that are "Live Coding". A developer live codes around some topic (like how to do maps with X and Y) and accepts requests/suggestions from the audience asking how to do stuff.
Is someone brave enough here to want to do a session like this around one of your geopython projects? I am thinking showing how to work with pyWPS or the pyGeoAPI could be pretty interesting :) That could help attracting more members to the communities once they see the project in action.