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The GeoTools 8.x branch started out as 2.8.x with a quick propos= al to change the project version number policy. The major technical directi= on is the addition of "live" documentation using sphinx= strong>.=20
Our initial research into the use of Sphinx has gone well; and was able =
to provide us a website for the 2.7.x series.
Jody Garnett has porte= d the wiki Developers Guide and User Guide over to this format.
Additional help is needed to capture more of the code examples in Java f= iles so that we can always include code that compiles.=20
We missed a few opportunities for simplification in 2.7.x:=20
The work on Application Schema support by the AuScope team is wrapping u= p.=20
One thing this missed was the production of classes for us mere mortals = working with Java code (rather than xml schema).=20
So the shopping list for java developers is:=20
We continue to have inquery into a data model for 3D Geometry, and more = importantly geodetic geometry.=20
We looked at working with the deegree3 project on the java-collab list f= or 2.7.x and nothing came of it. As such I expect we will need to go it our= own.=20
This continues to be a research topic, in particular to work with netCDF= data.