Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Fwd: ZOO-Project graduates OSGeo Incubation

2023-06-26 Thread Jérôme St-Louis via Discuss

Félicitations Gérald & ZOO Project team!!

On 6/26/23 05:17, Vicky Vergara via Discuss wrote:

Congratulations to the zoo-project team.

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


Published at
https://www.osgeo.org/foundation-news/zoo-project-graduates-osgeo-incubation


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.

Graduatingincubation
 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

The Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) is a not-for-profit
organization whose mission is to foster global adoption of open
geospatial technology by being an inclusive software foundation
devoted to an open philosophy and participatory community driven
development.

The Foundation provides financial, organizational and legal
support to the broader open source geospatial community. It also
serves as an independent legal entity to which community members
can contribute code, funding and other resources, secure in the
knowledge that their contributions will be maintained for public
benefit. OSGeo also serves as an outreach and advocacy
organization for the open source geospatial community, and
provides a common forum and shared infrastructure for improving
cross-project collaboration.

Visit osgeo.org  for more information.

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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Fwd: ZOO-Project graduates OSGeo Incubation

2023-06-26 Thread Vicky Vergara via Discuss
Congratulations to the zoo-project team.

On Thu, Jun 22, 2023 at 12:44 PM Tom Kralidis via Discuss <
discuss@lists.osgeo.org> wrote:

> Published at
> https://www.osgeo.org/foundation-news/zoo-project-graduates-osgeo-incubation
>
> 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
>
> The Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) is a not-for-profit
> organization whose mission is to foster global adoption of open geospatial
> technology by being an inclusive software foundation devoted to an open
> philosophy and participatory community driven development.
>
> The Foundation provides financial, organizational and legal support to the
> broader open source geospatial community. It also serves as an independent
> legal entity to which community members can contribute code, funding and
> other resources, secure in the knowledge that their contributions will be
> maintained for public benefit. OSGeo also serves as an outreach and
> advocacy organization for the open source geospatial community, and
> provides a common forum and shared infrastructure for improving
> cross-project collaboration.
>
> Visit osgeo.org for more information.
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