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    Gabriel Roldan
    @groldan
    cought me in the middle of cutting a geotools/geowebcache/geoserver release also, and that might take a couple more hours. I think I can compromise to have it by tomorrow though
    Shane Carey
    @careyshan_gitlab
    Ok cool -thanks. You might drop me a message when its cooked :) Thanks
    Gabriel Roldan
    @groldan
    @careyshan_gitlab I've just released 1.4.0-beta.1, you can download the binaries from this link: https://github.com/locationtech/geogig/releases/download/v1.4.0-beta.1/geogig-1.4.0-beta.1.zip
    The "unable to provision" error is most definitely due to using Java 11 instead of Java 8.
    I don't have time right now to investigate what to fix for it to run on java 11, but will definitely need to do so asap
    Shane Carey
    @careyshan_gitlab
    Hey @groldan - This worked like a charm and its pure magic! I love it! Well done to all involved :)
    AStarzec
    @AStarzec
    Could anyone help me configure Geogig 1.2 with the Geoserver? At the moment I have Geoserver 2.16.1 installed. Im following the instructions to configure the Geoserver plugin using the "geogig-1.2.1-geoserver-2.12-plugin.zip" release but whenever I reach the point of checking out a Geoserver branch (say 2.16.x), I am told that "Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git". Any guidance on how to connect Geogig and Geoserver
    Jody Garnett
    @jodygarnett
    GeoGig was rewritten so the servlet could be independent of GeoServer. I am not sure if their is a maintained geotools datastore for use in GeoServer right now.
    The instructions here (http://geogig.org/docs/interaction/geoserver_ui.html) for example may be out of date.
    AStarzec
    @AStarzec
    @jodygarnett if GeoGig is now independent of GeoServer, do you have any recommendations/suggestions on where remote repositories can be hosted for multiple users to push and pull commits to/from?
    Jody Garnett
    @jodygarnett
    The project includes a server I think
    Matthias Kuhn
    @m-kuhn
    Wow, I noticed that there is new release coming up, lovely to see!
    Is there information around about which operating systems are supported?
    I especially wonder if someone is running GeoGig on iOS
    Jody Garnett
    @jodygarnett
    It is a Java app, so not available on iOS
    The approach could be used, and an iOS app could be written to use the web API
    Much like how the QGIS plugin is done
    Matthias Kuhn
    @m-kuhn
    Is there a description of the web API?
    Is it possible to calculate diffs / individual commits client side to reduce data transfer volume?
    Luigi Pirelli
    @luipir
    @m-kuhn probably ls of api are changed... but an "old" base can be found in https://github.com/planetfederal/qgis-geogig-plugin
    Matthias Kuhn
    @m-kuhn
    Thanks @luipir and @jodygarnett
    Do you have any feedback on the specific question (it would be easier than trying to read through the plugin code ;) )
    Matthias Kuhn
    @m-kuhn
    @jodygarnett @groldan are there any plans or desire to add support for this kind of operation on mobile platforms?
    Or is it not wanted / not feasible / missing ressources?
    Jody Garnett
    @jodygarnett
    It was part of the plan, but boundless has packed it in.
    Idea is to make client libraries that can build up Diffs to send to that servlet
    I am sure Gab still has the design in his head. Not sure I’d code was cut.
    Matthias Kuhn
    @m-kuhn
    So that'd mean writing core parts in C++ and cross compile or writing and maintaining these pieces in parallel in several languages ?
    Jody Garnett
    @jodygarnett
    I think the diffs sent to the servlet are pretty simple problem to mange by comparison to all the version control stuff.
    So I would view this as writing a client and not writing a core part.
    Could have a look at the QGIS plugin which is just such a client to get an idea of the work involved.
    It would be GPL which prevents direct reuse of the code for iOS, but a working example is worth something.
    (Note I am not Gab or Blasby so my knowledge is second hand beyond some IP help)
    Matthias Kuhn
    @m-kuhn
    It will also need to be able to apply the diffs to merge back changes on a possibly modified local base... I guess there would be one or the other versioning challenge to master anyway.
    RE license: If it's rewritten as a client app it does not necessarily need to be GPL and iOS does not prevent GPL (it's the appstore that is ... well questionable... to put it mildly)
    Jody Garnett
    @jodygarnett
    It may be worth scheduling a chat or something with gab / blasby if you have something in mind.
    I am glad this project is at LocationTech and not lost in the wind like some other RnD :)
    Gabriel Roldan
    @groldan
    I've just asked a few questions before moving forward with further development of the web api:
    worst case I can start from scratch, being the original author, despite the published repository having obliterated history
    Christian Ledermann
    @cleder
    can geogig support pointcloud versioning?
    Jody Garnett
    @jodygarnett
    it is based on geometry right now, no reason it could not take on other "well known binary" kind of data structures.
    it would be a new feature, and a fair bit of work, talk to @groldan if you wish to explore the idea.
    Christian Ledermann
    @cleder
    Cheers, I was just exploring some ideas which could have been a solved problem, no need to explore further at this time