Commit 58769573 authored by Victor Poughon's avatar Victor Poughon

Merge branch 'cookbook_faq_contributors' into 'develop'

Cookbook FAQ updates & Contributors section

See merge request !375
parents bb7c8276 f42257bf
......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ use a self-hosted GitLab instance:
[`https://gitlab.orfeo-toolbox.org/orfeotoolbox/otb`](https://gitlab.orfeo-toolbox.org/orfeotoolbox/otb)
Remember to check out also our [developers mailing list](https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=fr#!forum/otb-developers/join),
Remember to check out also our [forum](https://forum.orfeo-toolbox.org/),
where we discuss some features, improvements and high level project planning.
You are welcome to ask questions there as a beginner or future OTB contributor!
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......@@ -352,3 +352,25 @@ Known issues
------------
Please check `our gitlab tracker <https://gitlab.orfeo-toolbox.org/orfeotoolbox/otb/issues?label_name%5B%5D=bug>`_ for a list of open bugs.
Tests
-----
There are more than 2500 tests for OTB. It can take from 20 minutes to 3
hours to run them all, depending on compilation options
(release mode does make a difference) and hardware.
To run the tests, first make sure to set the option
``BUILD_TESTING`` to ``ON`` before building the library.
For some of the tests, you also need the test data and the baselines (~1GB):
::
git clone https://gitlab.orfeo-toolbox.org/orfeotoolbox/otb-data.git
Once OTB is built with the tests, you just have to go to the binary
directory where you built OTB and run ``ctest -N`` to have a list of all
the tests. Just using ``ctest`` will run all the tests. To select a
subset, you can do ``ctest -R Kml`` to run all tests related to kml
files or ``ctest -I 1,10`` to run tests from 1 to 10.
Contributors
============
The ORFEO Toolbox is a project conducted by CNES and developed in
cooperation with CS (Communication Systèmes) (http://www.c-s.fr).
This OTB project is based on ITK. The build
process, many examples and even the documentation sources
were taken from ITK. We are very grateful to the ITK
developers and contributors and especially to Luis Ibáñez.
The OTB specifics were implemented and documented by the OTB Development Team
with some help from several contributors. Without these people OTB will not be
where it is today. This list is presented in alphabetical order and not by
importance of contribution:
.. code-block:: none
Adamo Ferro
Aik Song Chia (CRISP)
Alexia Mondot (CS)
Alexis Huck (Magellium)
Amit Kulkarni
Andreas Tile (Debian GIS)
Angelos Tzotsos
Antoine Regimbeau (CS)
Antonio Valentino
Aurélien Bricier (CS)
Caroline Ruffel (CS)
Cédric Traizet (CS)
Charles Peyrega (CS)
Christophe Lay
Christophe Palmann (CS)
Conrad Bielski (JRC)
Cyrille Valladeau (CS)
Daniel McInerney
David Dubois
David Youssefi (CNES Intern, then CS, then CNES)
Edouard Barthelet (Telecom Bretagne and Thales Communications)
Emmanuel Christophe (CNES, then CRISP, then Google)
Emmanuelle Sarrazin (CNES)
Etienne Bougoin (CS)
Gaëlle Usseglio (THALES SERVICES)
Grégoire Mercier (Telecom Bretagne)
Guillaume Borrut (CS)
Guillaume Pasero (CNES Intern, then CS)
Gwendoline Blanchet (CNES)
Jan Wegner
Jean-Guilhem Cailton (Arkemie)
Jens Ziehn (CNES Intern)
Jonathan Guinet (CS)
Jordi Inglada (CNES)
Julien Malik (CS)
Julien Michel (CS then CNES)
Julien Osman
Julien Radoux (UCL)
Laurențiu Nicola (CS ROMANIA)
Luc Hermitte (CS)
Ludovic Hussonnois (CS)
Manuel Grizonnet (CNES)
Marina Bertolino (CNES)
Massimo Di Stefano
Mathieu Deltorre (CS)
Miarintsoa Ramanantsimiavona
Michael Seymour (EADS)
Mickael Savinaud (CS)
Mohammed Rashad (CNES Intern, then CS)
Otmane Lahlou (CS)
Patrick Imbo (CS)
Remi Cresson (Irstea)
Rik Bellens
Romain Garrigues (CS)
Santiago Pena Luque (CNES)
Sebastiaan Couwenberg (Debian GIS)
Sébastien Dinot (CS)
Sébastien Harasse (CS)
Stéphane Albert (CS)
Stephane May (CNES)
Thomas Feuvrier (CS)
Tishampati Dhar
Victor Poughon (CNES)
Vincent Poulain (CNES)
Vincent Schut (Sarvision)
Yannick Reynard
Yannick Tanguy (CNES)
Contributions from users are expected and encouraged for the coming
versions of the ORFEO ToolBox.
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......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ Get started now with the :doc:`Installation` chapter.
Get help, share your experience and contribute to the Orfeo-Toolbox project by
joining `our community <https://www.orfeo-toolbox.org/community/>`_ and
`users mailing list <https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=fr#!forum/otb-users/join>`_.
`users forum <https://forum.orfeo-toolbox.org/>`_.
For other documentation, be sure to read:
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......@@ -14,3 +14,4 @@ Table of Contents
Recipes
Applications
FAQ
Contributors
......@@ -108,7 +108,6 @@ SET( Tex_SRCS
Abstract.tex
Applications.tex
AnisotropicDiffusionFiltering.tex
Contributors.tex
DataRepresentation.tex
Filtering.tex
GUI.tex
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\chapter{Contributors Guidelines}
\label{chapter:Contribute}
See
\url{https://gitlab.orfeo-toolbox.org/orfeotoolbox/otb/blob/develop/CONTRIBUTING.md}
in OTB sources.
Adamo Ferro,
Aik Song Chia (CRISP),
Alexia Mondot (CS),
Alexis Huck (Magellium),
Amit Kulkarni,
Andreas Tile (Debian GIS),
Angelos Tzotsos,
Antoine Regimbeau (CS),
Antonio Valentino,
Aur\'elien Bricier (CS),
Caroline Ruffel (CS),
Charles Peyrega (CS),
Christophe Lay,
Christophe Palmann (CS),
Conrad Bielski (JRC),
Cyrille Valladeau (CS),
Daniel McInerney,
David Dubois,
David Youssefi (CNES Intern, then CS, then CNES),
Edouard Barthelet (Telecom Bretagne and Thales Communications),
Emmanuel Christophe (CNES, then CRISP, then Google),
Emmanuelle Sarrazin (CNES),
Etienne Bougoin (CS),
Gr\'egoire Mercier (Telecom Bretagne),
Guillaume Borrut (CS),
Guillaume Pasero (CNES Intern, then CS),
Gwendoline Blanchet (CNES),
Jan Wegner,
Jean-Guilhem Cailton (Ark\'emie),
Jens Ziehn (CNES Intern),
Jonathan Guinet (CS),
Jordi Inglada (CNES),
Julien Malik (CS),
Julien Michel (CS then CNES),
Julien Osman,
Julien Radoux (UCL),
Laurentiu Nicola (CS ROMANIA),
Luc Hermitte (CS),
Ludovic Hussonnois (CS),
Manuel Grizonnet (CNES),
Marina Bertolino (CNES),
Massimo Di Stefano,
Mathieu Deltorre (CS),
Miarintsoa Ramanantsimiavona,
Michael Seymour (EADS),
Mickael Savinaud (CS),
Mohammed Rashad (CNES Intern, then CS),
Otmane Lahlou (CS),
Patrick Imbo (CS),
Remi Cresson (Irstea),
Rik Bellens,
Romain Garrigues (CS),
Santiago Pena Luque (CNES),
Sebastiaan Couwenberg (Debian GIS),
S\'ebastien Dinot (CS),
S\'ebastien Harasse (CS),
St\'ephane Albert (CS),
Stephane May (CNES),
Thomas Feuvrier (CS),
Tishampati Dhar,
Victor Poughon (CNES),
Vincent Poulain (CNES),
Vincent Schut (Sarvision),
Yannick Reynard,
Yannick Tanguy (CNES)
\chapter{Contributors}
\noindent
The ORFEO Toolbox is a project conducted by CNES and developed in
cooperation with CS (Communication \& Syst\`{e}mes), \url{http://www.c-s.fr}.\\
This Software Guide is based on the ITK Software Guide: the build
process for the documentation, many examples and even the \LaTeX~ ~
sources were taken from ITK. We are very grateful to the ITK
developers and contributors and especially to Luis Ib\'a\~nez.\\
The OTB specifics were implemented and documented by the OTB Development Team
with some help from several contributors. Without these people OTB will not be
where it is today. This list is presented in alphabetical order and not by
importance of contribution:
\input{ContributorList.tex}
Contributions from users are expected and encouraged for the coming
versions of the ORFEO ToolBox.
......@@ -224,15 +224,15 @@ and its associated data. This data is available at
\index{OTB!mailing list}
\index{mailing list}
It is strongly recommended that you join the users mailing list. This is one
It is strongly recommended that you join the users forum. This is one
of the primary resources for guidance and help regarding the use of the
toolkit. You can subscribe to the users list online at
toolkit:
\begin{center}
\url{http://groups.google.com/group/otb-users}
\url{https://forum.orfeo-toolbox.org/}
\end{center}
The otb-users mailing list is also the best mechanism for expressing your
The forum is also the best mechanism for expressing your
opinions about the toolbox and to let developers know about features that you
find useful, desirable or even unnecessary. OTB developers are committed to
creating a self-sustaining open-source OTB community. Feedback from users is
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......@@ -258,11 +258,6 @@ colorlinks,linkcolor={blue},citecolor={blue},urlcolor={blue},
\input{Persistent.tex}
\input{WriteAnApplication.tex}
\input{WriteModules.tex}
\input{Contribute.tex}
\part{Appendix}\label{part:appendix}
\input{Contributors.tex}
\backmatter
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Monteverdi was developed 4 years ago in order to provide an integrated
application for capacity building activities (teaching, simple image
manipulation, etc.). Its success went far beyond this initial scope since it
opened the OTB world to a wide range of users who needed a ready to use
graphical tool more than a library of components to write their own processing
chain. With this 4 years of lifetime, we have a lot of feedbacks regarding how
useful the tool was, but also regarding what should be improved to move toward
greater usability and operationnality.
We therefore decided to rework the Monteverdi concept into a brand new software,
enlightened by this experience.
Here are suggested steps for the Monteverdi beginner.
1) Get the software.
http://orfeo-toolbox.org/otb/download.html
2) The software is compiled using CMake http://www.cmake.org. CMake
generates Makefiles on Unix platforms, and Windows workspaces (or
appropriate) build files according to your compiler, operating
system, and other system variables.
Create a binary directory, and then run cmake. Provide to CMake
the source directory of Monteverdi and the binary directory that you
just created.
Monteverdi depends on OTB. You have to fill up the OTB_DIR variable with the
location of the compiled OTB. If you use ccmake or cmake-gui, you have an
interface to enter the value.
Please submit bug reports using the OTB bug tracker at:
http://bugs.orfeo-toolbox.org
You can get support :
1. Using the OTB community site at http://orfeo-toolbox.org/
2. Joining the otb-users mailing list at http://groups.google.com/group/otb-users
Monteverdi source code is available at http://hg.orfeo-toolbox.org/Monteverdi
There is many ways to join us in the OTB adventure and the more people
contribute, the better the library is for everybody! See at
http://www.orfeo-toolbox.org/otb/contribute.html
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