A pytroll developers workshop took place at the Céntre Météorologie Spatiale in Lannion, Brittany, France, from 11-15 of September 2017. 15 participants from several national Meteorological Institutes in Europe, incldung Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Sweden, and France, worked concentrated during one week improving and enhancing the Pytroll software.
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A pytroll developers workshop was held at the Russian State Hydrometeorological University (RSHU) in Saint Petersburg, Russia, between March 27th and 31st, 2017. We were around 20 participants from various National Meteorological Institutes, universities and companies.
A pytroll developers workshop was held at the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) in Helsinki between November 28th and December 2nd, 2016. We were 14 developers from various National Meteorological Institutes and companies around Europe.
A pytroll developers workshop was held at the Head Quarters of Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD) in Offenbach between June 13 and 17, 2016. With the paticipation of 18 developers from the national Met Services of Switzerland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Germany, as well as EUMETSAT it was the largest to date.
Pytroll workshop Locarno 2015
After a two day open workshop we were 7 pytrollers from Finland, Iceland and Sweden staying till the end of week working together on some pressing issues. See below for a summary of achievements. If you would like to contribute actively with the pytroll development, please let us know at the mailing list (email@example.com) or chat with us directly on the pytroll slack: https://pytrollslackin.herokuapp.com/. We plan to have two pytroll weeks (usually 4-5 days of dedicated programming) each year. Usually we will identifiy a few specific topics that we think needs special attention.
Watch all the presentations on youtube!
The first open Pytroll workshop was held in Norrköping, Sweden, end of November, 2012. Nine programmers or satellite experts from Holland, Finland, Romania and EUMETSAT joined up with the pytroll teams at DMI and SMHI, to get more acquainted with the pytroll tools and how it can be used in their local environments for satellite data production.
Hard work at the 2012 workshop in Norrköping, Sweden: