Hi, Yes, will do so for other ITPs. Just to record, I hope to team-maintain this package with Debian Science (or as you mention Debian GIS; there is an overlap with EO / weather). I have uploaded to https://salsa.debian.org/science-team/harp.git HARP requires the CODA library, separately ITPd (https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=888576) best regards Alastair On 31/01/2018 10:58, Andreas Tille wrote: > Hi Alastair, > > thanks for this ITP as well. Please consider the same as I was asking you > for the other ITP. > > Kind regards > > Andreas. > > On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 04:26:35PM +0000, Alastair McKinstry wrote: >> Package: wnpp >> Severity: wishlist >> Owner: Alastair McKinstry <firstname.lastname@example.org> >> >> * Package name : harp >> Version : 1.1 >> Upstream Author : ST Corp, NL <email@example.com> >> * URL : https://github.com/stcorp/harp >> * License : BSD >> Programming Lang: C, Python >> Description : Data harmonization toolset for Earth Observation formats >> >> HARP is a toolset for ingesting, processing and inter-comparing satellite or >> model data against correlative data. The toolset is composed of a set of >> command line tools, a C library of analysis functions, and import/export >> interfaces for Python, Matlab, and IDL. The main goal of HARP is to assist >> in the inter-comparison of data sets. By appropriatelty chaining calls to >> the HARP command line tools one can preprocess satellite, model, and/or >> correlative data such that two datasets that need to be compared end up >> having the same temporal/spatial grid, same data format/structure, and same >> physical unit. >> >> -- Alastair McKinstry, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>, https://diaspora.sceal.ie/u/amckinstry Misentropy: doubting that the Universe is becoming more disordered.
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