OTB Users meeting and hackfest 2016

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This page is about organizing an Orfeo ToolBox users meeting and hackfest in 2016.

Take a look to the previous event: OTB Users meeting and hackfest 2015

What?

A 2-3 day meeting with otb users, with the following TBC schedule.

Tue. june 7: Plenary session

09:30 - 10:00 : Welcome

10:00 - 12:00 presentations from the development team

Lightning talks about the following topics, followed by a short discussion.

Proposed topics:

  • Introduction (Julien)
  • What's new in OTB? (Victor)
  • One year of open governance for OTB: thoughts and context (Julien)
  • What is new in Monteverdi (Stephane)
  • The state of OTB binary packages and XDK (Rashad)
  • Code provenance review, license and incubation (Manuel)

12:00 - 14:00 : Lunch break

14:00 - 17:00 : presentations from volunteers from the audience (users feedback / tech talks)

Short talks (15 minutes) focused on OTB usage and feedback, followed by discussion. Please submit your proposal

Users feedback:

  • P. Kempeneers (JRC)
  • T. Koleck (CNES)
  • A. Lobo (CSIC)
  • C. Bisso (Geosigweb)

Tech talks:

  • How we plan to do MPI-powered OTB (see rfc-26) (Julien/Emmanuelle/Remi)
  • The new flexible classification framework in OTB (Guillaume)
  • Machine learning in OTB: s/opencv/shark/ (Jordi)
  • S1 Geometry in OTB (Julien)

17:00 - 19:00 : Ice breaker

Cocktail offers by our sponsor

Wed., june 8: Technical session

09:30 - 12:00 : Tutorials

On demand user oriented tutorials:

  • Introduction to Monteverdi 3.0
  • OTB tools for image segmentation
  • Discover the new applications (Classification, Polarimetry)
  • The steganography game
  • Reminder about applications framework and extended filenames
  • Write your own remote module

12:00 - 14:00 : Lunch break

14:00 - 17:00 : Group brainstorming

  • Constitution of small working groups
  • Brainstorming on specific topics
  • Short presentations by each group at the end

Proposed topics:

  • Roadmaps and features request (what do you want in future versions of OTB ?)
  • New sensors: what are we missing ?
  • How to enhance OTB documentation ?
  • Bug sorting party
  • Should we do SimpleOTB ?
  • What is missing in Monteverdi
  • What is missing in the new classification framework

17:00 - 19:00 : Happy hours (open questions and discussion with the development team)

Cocktail offers by our sponsor.

Evening: social event

Move to a Toulouse restaurant. Please submit your proposal

Thu., june 9: Hackfest

At the beginning of the day, a 30 minutes meeting with all participants will be held to plan the hackfest. Note that this hackfest is primarily dedicated to users, with the following tasks planned:

  • Write the code you need with the help of a member of the development team
  • Documentation review: live enhancement of the documentation (applications, software guides): you spot, we fix
  • Live bugfixes: You think you found a bug? We investigate and fix it with you
  • Packaging improvement
  • PSC meeting
  • If there is time left: guru code hacking

Lunch: Pizza party !

When?

The event will take place on June 7-9 2016

Where?

The meeting will take place in Toulouse, in a place called La Serre [1].

La Serre in located "27 bis Allée Maurice Sarraut, Toulouse" [2].

Take the Metro Line A (Basso Cambo direction) and get off at “Patte d'Oie”.

The room rental is offered by our sponsor.

Who?

Anybody interested in joining!

If you want to attend, please register your name in this list:

Participants
# Participant Country Arrival Departure Attendance / Notes
1 Mickaël Savinaud FR first day last day Highly Likely
2 Manuel Grizonnet (CNES) FR first day last day Highly Likely
3 Victor Poughon (CNES) FR first day last day Highly Likely
4 Jordi Inglada (CNES/CESBIO) FR first day last day Highly Likely
5 Rémi Cresson (IRSTEA) FR 2nd day 2nd day Highly Likely
6 Guillaume Pasero (CS SI) FR first day last day Highly Likely
7 Nicolas Champion (IGN) FR first day 2nd day Highly Likely
8 E. Sarrazin (CNES) FR first day last day Highly Likely
9 C. Palmann (CS SI) FR first day last day Highly Likely
10 T. Koleck (CNES) FR first day last day Highly Likely
11 P. Kempeneers (JRC) IT first day last day Highly Likely
12 D. De Marchi (JRC) IT first day last day Highly Likely
13 C. Gealas (CNES) FR first day 2nd day Highly Likely
14 Jérôme GASPERI (CNES) FR . . Wednesday morning and partly Thursday
15 Céline Angelelis (CNES) FR second day second day
16 Hélène de Boissezon (CNES) FR last day last day maybe
17 Thomas Tilak (IGN) FR first day second day Highly Likely
18 Alice Andral (CNES) FR Wednesday Wednesday Highly Likely
19 Julien Michel (CNES) FR first day last day Highly Likely
20 Denis Carbonne (CNES) FR first day last day Highly Likely
21 Thibault Ranson (Geosigweb) FR first day Wednesday Highly Likely
22 Clément Bisso (Geosigweb) FR first day Wednesday Highly Likely
23 Alexandre Bouvet FR first day last day Highly Likely
24 Agustin Lobo ES first day second day at noon Highly Likely
25 Adrien Lagrange FR first day second day Highly Likely
26 Luc Hermitte (CS SI) FR first day first day Highly Likely
27 JM Laherrere (CNES) FR first day first day Highly Likely
28 Aurélien Bricier (CS SI) FR first day second day at noon Highly Likely
29 Tristan Klempka FR first day second day Highly Likely
30 Gaspard Seillan FR first day first day Highly Likely
31 Stéphane Mermoz (CNES/CESBIO) FR tuesday wednesday Highly Likely

Guidelines

Guidelines for participants

  • Registration for lunchs : [3] (if you have special demand please add a comment)
  • Bring your laptop if possible, with a working installation of OTB (we will distribute a VM with everything as a last resort option),
  • Be prepared: questions, feedback, requests, problems you can not solve, pieces of code that do not work as you wish ...
  • Update the pad with your participation details (it helps us planning lunches and breaks)

Guidelines for all speakers

  • Lets make the talks short. Each topic should be presented in 15 min. at most.
  • The language for the event will most probably be French (if everybody speaks French in the room), however slides and materials should be in English if possible, to ease publication
  • We will try to do some video recording for further publishing online. If you do not wish to be recorded, please let us know

Guidelines for users presentations

Here are a set of questions that can help you prepare your talk :

  • In what context are you using OTB, what part of OTB and what for ?
  • What other software do you use along with OTB ? Do they have to interact with each others ?
  • What is working and what is not ?
  • What performances do you get (time, quality) ?
  • What is missing ?
  • Did you achieve everything you planned to ?

Possible topics for hackfest (last days)

Here are a set of questions that can help you prepare your talk :

  • In what context are you using OTB, what part of OTB and what for ?
  • What other software do you use along with OTB ? Do they have to interact with each others ?
  • What is working and what is not ?
  • What performances do you get (time, quality) ?
  • What is missing ?
  • Did you achieve everything you planned to ?

ToDos

  • Cattering (coffee breaks, lunch, happy hours, social event) : Mickaël
  • Power sockets, network, video recording / broadcasting (All)
  • Digital camera and camera stand
  • Organize a visit of the nearby Fablab (TBC) :
  • Create materials for tutorials (re use formation material and the previous one):
  • Dispatch Orfeo ToolBox dev team presentations:
  • VM with everything installed or standalone packages
  • Communicate :
Medium URL Status
AFIGEO http://www.afigeo.asso.fr need to be register to submit an event
Agenda du Libre http://www.agendadulibre.org Done [www.agendadulibre.org/events/11184 here]
CNFG http://www.cnfg.fr need to be register to submit an event
Decryptageo http://decryptageo.fr/category/communiques/ Done
Enseignants et eleves Supaéro/ENSICA/ENSEEIHT @jordi
Enseignants et eleves autres Ecoles/Master  ?
Georezo http://georezo.net/forum In progress
Geotribu http://geotribu.net Done
ML osgeo discuss Done
ML osm-talk-fr @SDT
STEP @JMK
portailSIG http://portailsig.org Done for Forum (In progress for event on the web site)