Congratulations to the zoo-project team.

On Thu, Jun 22, 2023 at 12:44 PM Tom Kralidis via Discuss <> wrote:

> Published at
> Date: 2023-06-22
> OSGeo is pleased to announce that ZOO-Project has graduated from
> incubation and is now a full-fledged OSGeo project. Gérald Fenoy, founder
> and chair of the ZOO-Project Steering Committee (PSC), has been appointed
> as project officer.
> ZOO-Project is an open-source platform for implementing and developing
> efficient tools for processing geospatial and non-geospatial data based on
> the OGC standards.
> Graduating incubation <>
> includes fulfilling requirements for open community operation, a
> responsible project governance model, code provenance, and general good
> project operation. Graduation is the OSGeo seal of approval for a project
> and gives potential users and the community at large an added confidence in
> the viability and safety of the project.
> The ZOO-Project Steering Committee collectively recognizes this as a big
> progressive step for the project. ZOO-Project has been an active
> contributor to various open source initiatives inside and outside OSGeo
> such as FOSS4G, OSGeo Code Sprints, OGC Code Sprints, Joint OSGeo-OGC-ASF
> (Apache Software Foundation) Code Sprints, Google Summer of Code. The
> ZOO-Project PSC says, “*We are excited about the future of the project
> and have been working towards the incubation approval for a long time. It
> is our honor to be an OSGeo incubated project”.*
> OSGeo and ZOO-Project would like to thank Tom Kralidis, Dimitris Kotzinos,
> Frank Warmerdam, and the OSGeo Incubation Committee for their assistance
> during this Incubation process.
> Congratulations to the ZOO-Project community!
> About ZOO-Project
> ZOO-Project is a Web Processing Service (WPS) implementation written in C,
> Python and JavaScript. It is an open source platform which implements the
> WPS 1.0.0, WPS 2.0.0, and OGC API – Processes – Part 1: Core standards
> edited by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC). It provides a
> developer-friendly framework for creating and chaining WPS compliant Web
> Services. Additionally, it offers efficient tools for creating new
> innovative web services and applications.
> ZOO-Project is able to process geospatial or non geospatial data online.
> Its core processing engine (aka ZOO-Kernel) lets you execute a number of
> existing ZOO-Services based on reliable software and libraries. It also
> gives you the ability to create your own WPS Services from new or existing
> source code, which can be written in seven different programming languages.
> That allows you to compose or turn code as WPS Services simply, with
> straightforward configuration and standard coding methods.
> ZOO-Project is very flexible with data input and output so you can process
> almost any kind of data stored locally or accessed from remote servers and
> databases. ZOO-Project excels in data processing and integrates new or
> existing spatial data infrastructures, as it is able to communicate with
> map servers and can integrate webmapping clients.
> About OSGeo
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> philosophy and participatory community driven development.
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