Hi Brian,

Thanks for the reminder. Let us know when the ubuntu/java version will be decided.

Anyway, the recent OpenJUMP 1.12 is compatible with java 7, so that an upgrade of
OpenJUMP in the next OSGeoLive should be possible anyway.


Le 11/03/2018 à 17:21, Brian M Hamlin a écrit :
On Sun, 11 Mar 2018 08:21:42 0100, Michaël Michaud <m.michael.mich...@orange.fr> wrote:
   One of the next big step will be to migrate to jts 1.15 and java 1.8.
   Migrating to jts 1.15 will probably break a lot of plugins. How do you
      think we should manage this migration ?
Hello All -

  A gentle reminder, that the OSGeoLive project [0][1] has begun the very
earliest "call for development" for the upcoming build cycle.
  Internally, it is not yet decided which Ubuntu OS version will be the base,
which in turn directly determines the Java version available.

  Please feedback early and often so we can together make a great OSGeoLive.   sincere thanks and best regards from Berkeley, California

[0]  https://live.osgeo.org
[1]  https://git.osgeo.org/gitea/osgeolive/OSGeoLive

Brian M Hamlin
OSGeo California

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