OSGeo's New York Code Sprint 2010 is approaching fast. Planned by Paul Ramsey, the event will take place from February 20th to 23rd in OpenGeo's offices. Twenty developers will be getting together for four days to work on their favorite projects, including (but not limited to) MapServer, PostGIS, GDAL/OGR, libLAS and OpenLayers.
I'll be there with Alan Boudreault for Mapgears and we plan to work on MapServer. See the wiki for an overview of what each project team is planning to achieve. If time permits, I may also post some updates live from the event through this blog.
Those who cannot make it to New York City are invited to join the event on IRC channel #tosprint (on irc.freenode.net). Cheers to Anton Patrushev and Daniel Kastl (pgRouting), as well as Jeff McKenna (MapServer, MS4W), who plan to join the group via IRC directly from Japan.
Finally, thanks to the sponsors who make this event possible: