Le 02/07/2018 à 17:52, Werner Keil a écrit :
> I trust an "uom-sis" project (hope, nobody confuses SIS and SI though)
> is meant to be the foundation of a future Apache SIS, not just a fork?
No, I think the current Apache SIS architecture is solid (even if there
is bugs to fix, including the arithmetic issue); I do not foresee a need
for new foundation. It is built on top of 15 years of experience in
Coordinate Reference Systems (not just Units of Measurement)
conversions. The intent is to provide a more lightweight version free of
the dependencies required by the rest of SIS library, for peoples who
are not interested in geospatial stuffs. My current plan is to continue
development in the main Apache SIS project, and port the changes to that
fork when there is any (I don't think it will happen often). If
is not the right place for that,
I have no problem in looking for alternatives.
> Do you expect other SIS committers to participate there as well? It
> would be good and since it is not part of the JSR they don't have to
> join the JSR as Expert or Contributor unless they want to.
I don't know; I'm not aware of such intention. As said above, the intent
is to make a SIS side-product more convenient rather than shifting the
development in a new place. I though that a common home for unit
libraries may be helpful for users, but I have no problem if this is not
the right location.