gvSIG     Workshop II   Mario Carrera       Amelia del Reymcarrera@gvsig.com   adelrey@gvsig.comJosé Vicente Higón       J...
Participating on the gvSIG          community●    Use gvSIG products!●    Share, discuss, help other fellows●    Find and ...
Mailing listshttp://www.gvsig.org/web/home/community/mailing-lists
Testinghttp://www.gvsig.org/web/docusr/doctesting/interesting-links-for-testers
Translating documentation
Translating the user interface
Contributing new docs                                  ●                                      Courses                     ...
Case Studieshttp://outreach.gvsig.org/case-studies
gvSIG Spread                                   ●                                       Posters                            ...
Contracting new developmentsFor example to the gvSIG Association :-) http://www.gvsig.com
Contracting training servicesFor example to the gvSIG Association :-) http://gvsig-training.com/
Develop, improve gvSIGSource code at https://svn.forge.osor.eu/svn/gvsig-desktop
Releasing new FOSS contributionshttp://www.gvsig.org/plugins/downloads
Im a GIS PROI want to do anofficial project
Why to be an official project●    To make the developments accessible for the    whole community, meeting an acceptable   ...
Why this process?●    The main goal of the official projects is to    contribute to the gvSIG project in an    organized m...
Requirements: basic contrib.●    These contributions are not aimed to be    maintained by the gvSIG team, but by the    co...
Requirements: full contrib.●    These contributions are aimed to be maintained    by the gvSIG team if necessary, and by  ...
Official contributionshttp://www.gvsig.org/web/home/projects/contrib/
gvSIG training
What gvSIG training is●    Main goal: professional training and     e-learning for GIS solutions based on     open source●...
thankyou!!
Credits●    Im a GIS pro    http://memegenerator.net/instance/8310889●    Icons    ●        http://www.iconfinder.com/icon...
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How to collaborate with the gvSIG project

  1. 1. gvSIG Workshop II Mario Carrera Amelia del Reymcarrera@gvsig.com adelrey@gvsig.comJosé Vicente Higón Jorge Sanzjvhigon@gvsig.com jsanz@gvsig.com
  2. 2. Participating on the gvSIG community● Use gvSIG products!● Share, discuss, help other fellows● Find and report bug fixes● Participate on Community events● Write papers, blog posts, use cases● Contract gvSIG projects and developments● Teach gvSIG● Translate documentation● Create new artwork User● Develop new (free) features● Hack and improve (and share) Suit● Participate on Code Sprints Devel
  3. 3. Mailing listshttp://www.gvsig.org/web/home/community/mailing-lists
  4. 4. Testinghttp://www.gvsig.org/web/docusr/doctesting/interesting-links-for-testers
  5. 5. Translating documentation
  6. 6. Translating the user interface
  7. 7. Contributing new docs ● Courses ● Tutorials ● Papers ● Articles ● Videos ● ...http://www.gvsig.org/web/docusr
  8. 8. Case Studieshttp://outreach.gvsig.org/case-studies
  9. 9. gvSIG Spread ● Posters ● Wallpapers ● Logos ● Buttons ● Splash screens ● Packaging ● ...http://outreach.gvsig.org/spread
  10. 10. Contracting new developmentsFor example to the gvSIG Association :-) http://www.gvsig.com
  11. 11. Contracting training servicesFor example to the gvSIG Association :-) http://gvsig-training.com/
  12. 12. Develop, improve gvSIGSource code at https://svn.forge.osor.eu/svn/gvsig-desktop
  13. 13. Releasing new FOSS contributionshttp://www.gvsig.org/plugins/downloads
  14. 14. Im a GIS PROI want to do anofficial project
  15. 15. Why to be an official project● To make the developments accessible for the whole community, meeting an acceptable quality level (software – docs)● To have a guided process by the gvSIG team in order to develop the new features (not duplicated efforts – make things scalable)● To have the possibility of releasing the new features under an official version of gvSIG
  16. 16. Why this process?● The main goal of the official projects is to contribute to the gvSIG project in an organized manner, providing a complete GIS software fulfilling quality standards.● To make an official project is a process, that needs to be guided taking into account the gvSIG projects requirements● Which are these requirements?
  17. 17. Requirements: basic contrib.● These contributions are not aimed to be maintained by the gvSIG team, but by the contributors themselves, it is included: ● Development ● Testing design and execution ● User manuals● This level of contribution is focused on the packaging and distribution of the new features● This is a minimum level for a software development project
  18. 18. Requirements: full contrib.● These contributions are aimed to be maintained by the gvSIG team if necessary, and by contributors themselves, it is included: ● Development ● Development guides ● Testing design and execution ● User manuals● This level of contribution is focused on the development issues such as design, coding and software engineering guidelines
  19. 19. Official contributionshttp://www.gvsig.org/web/home/projects/contrib/
  20. 20. gvSIG training
  21. 21. What gvSIG training is● Main goal: professional training and e-learning for GIS solutions based on open source● Courses based on Moodle: – Theory: online documents, video, ... – Practice: live-dvd, online tests, ... – Support: email, chat, .. – Language: now its being translated to English, Portuguese and Italian● gvSIG certificate● http://gvsig-training.com/
  22. 22. thankyou!!
  23. 23. Credits● Im a GIS pro http://memegenerator.net/instance/8310889● Icons ● http://www.iconfinder.com/icondetails/7388/128/forum_friends_group_member_people_users_icon ● http://www.iconfinder.com/icondetails/43200/48/education_geek_nerd_teacher_icon ● http://www.iconfinder.com/icondetails/49338/64/business_man_client_consultant_male_man_user_icon● Kittens by Christian Holmer http://www.flickr.com/photos/crsan/2571204698
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