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== Accepted Proposals == | == Accepted Proposals == | ||

− | This year OSGeo accepted | + | This year OSGeo accepted 7 students working on the following projects: |

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− | | | + | |MapMint |

− | | | + | |Adding Augmented Reality (AR) support to the MapMint4ME Android Application |

|Aditya Vitthalrao | |Aditya Vitthalrao | ||

− | | | + | |Gérald Fenoy |

− | | | + | |Rajat Shinde |

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− | | | + | |[https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/GSoC_2019_Adding_Augmented_Reality_(AR)_support_to_the_MapMint4ME_Android_Application Wiki page: Adding Augmented Reality (AR) support to the MapMint4ME Android Application] |

− | | | + | |[https://github.com/AdityaChondke/MapMint4ME Repository] |

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− | | | + | |gvSIG |

− | | | + | |Create of new topological rules in gvSIG desktop |

− | |Héctor | + | |Héctor Tundidor |

− | | | + | |Óscar Martínez |

− | | | + | |Alfred de Jager |

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− | | | + | |[https://github.com/hecnita/gvsig-gsoc2019-topology/wiki/Creation-of-new-topological-rules-in-gvSIG-desktop Wiki page: Creation of new topological rules in gvSIG desktop] |

− | | | + | |[https://github.com/hecnita/gvsig-gsoc2019-topology Repository] |

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− | | | + | |MapMint |

− | | | + | |GSoC - MapMint - porting from Python 2.x to Python 3.x |

|Fenil Mehta | |Fenil Mehta | ||

− | | | + | |Gérald Fenoy |

− | | | + | |Rajat Shinde |

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− | | | + | |https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/GSoC_2019_Porting_MapMint_from_Python2_to_Python3 |

− | | | + | |https://github.com/fenilgmehta/mapmint |

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− | | | + | |pgRouting |

− | | | + | |GSoC 19: GRAPH C++ Boost graph algorithms for pgRouting |

|Hang Wu | |Hang Wu | ||

− | | | + | |cvvergara |

− | | | + | |Daniel Kastl |

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− | | | + | |https://github.com/pgRouting/pgrouting/wiki/GSoC-2019-GRAPH-C---Boost-graph-algorithms-for-pgRouting |

− | | | + | |https://github.com/nike0good/GSoC-pgRouting |

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− | | | + | |pgRouting |

− | | | + | |Implement Edward Moore's Algorithm, Breadth First Search and Binary Breadth First Search Algorithms in pgRouting |

|Vicennial | |Vicennial | ||

− | | | + | |Sourabh Garg |

− | | | + | |Cayetano Benavent |

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− | | | + | |https://github.com/pgRouting/pgrouting/wiki/GSoC-2019-Edward-Moore's-Algorithm,-Breadth-First-Search-and-Binary-Breadth-First-Search |

− | | | + | |https://github.com/vicennial/GSoC-pgRouting |

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− | | | + | |gvSIG |

− | | | + | |New rules for the Topology Framework in gvSIG Desktop |

|Giani Carlevaro | |Giani Carlevaro | ||

− | | | + | |Mario Carrera Rodriguez |

− | | | + | |Alfred de Jager |

+ | |Francisco Peñarrubia | ||

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− | + | 1. [https://github.com/Maureque/gvsig-gsoc2019-topology/wiki/1.-New-rules-for-the-Topology-Framework-in-gvSIG-Desktop New rules for the Topology Framework] | |

− | | | + | 2. [https://github.com/Maureque/gvsig-gsoc2019-topology/wiki/3.-Must-be-coincident-with Topological rule: Must be coincident with] |

+ | 3. [https://github.com/Maureque/gvsig-gsoc2019-topology/wiki/4.-Must-be-covered-by-endpoint-of Topological rule: Must be covered by endpoint of] | ||

+ | 4. [https://github.com/Maureque/gvsig-gsoc2019-topology/wiki/5.-Points-must-be-covered-by-line Topological rule: Points must be covered by line] | ||

+ | 5. [https://github.com/Maureque/gvsig-gsoc2019-topology/wiki/6.-Must-be-properly-inside-polygons Topological rule: Must be properly inside polygons] | ||

+ | 6. [https://github.com/Maureque/gvsig-gsoc2019-topology/wiki/7.-Contains-point. Topological rule: Contains point.] | ||

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+ | 1. [https://github.com/Maureque/gvsig-gsoc2019-topology Repository] | ||

+ | 2. [https://github.com/Maureque/TopologyRuleMustBeCoincidentWithPoint Must be coincident with] | ||

+ | 3. [https://github.com/Maureque/TopologyRuleMustBeCoveredByEndpointOfPoint Must be covered by endpoint of] | ||

+ | 4. [https://github.com/Maureque/TopologyRulePointsMustBeCoveredByLinePoint Points must be covered by line] | ||

+ | 5. [https://github.com/Maureque/TopologyRuleMustBeProperlyInsidePolygonsPoint Must be properly inside polygons] | ||

+ | 6. [https://github.com/Maureque/TopologyRuleContainsPointPolygon Contains point] | ||

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− | | | + | |QGIS 3D Improvement: On Screen Navigation, Bookmarks, Rendering Point Feature as Billboard, and Measuring Tool |

|Ismail Sunni | |Ismail Sunni | ||

− | | | + | |Peter Petrik |

− | | | + | |Martin Dobias |

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## Latest revision as of 19:49, 3 August 2019

- Back to the main OSGeo Google Summer of Code 2019 @ OSGeo wiki page.

## Accepted Proposals

This year OSGeo accepted 7 students working on the following projects: