CTK-Hackfest-Nov-2014

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Introduction

Date: November 3-7, 2014

Location:

German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany

More details to follow.

Goal: A follow on to the wildly successful previous hackfests!

Requirements: Attendees must be willing to spend their time during the event writing ctk code that contributes to the main ctk roadmap. This means spending the week immersed in C++, Qt, DCMTK, CMake, and related technologies. People who do not feel qualified for this task are politely not invited :)

Group size: Maximum 20 participants so we can have a manageable working meeting. The organizing committee will invite and select participants based on input from TheTeam.

Site Hosts: Marco Nolden, Sascha Zelzer, Ivo Wolf

Organizing Committee: Steve Pieper, Ivo Wolf, Stephen Aylward

Future Events: Future hackfests will be announced in advance, and we hope lots of people will be interested in participating. The venue and activities at future hackfests will be determined based on the number of active participants in the project. We welcome participation via the CTK email lists, the source code repository, and this website.

Attendees

  • So far we have received confirmation for the following people (in no particular order).


Please fill in your intentions in terms of common accommodation.

Participants
Name Organization
Marco Nolden German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany
Sascha Zelzer German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany
Andreas Fetzer German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany
Ivo Wolf Mannheim University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Steve Pieper Isomics, Inc., USA
Michael Onken Open Connections GmbH / OFFIS
Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin Kitware, Inc., USA
Miklos Espak University College London, UK
Nicolas Toussaint University College London, UK
Gergely Zombori University College London, UK
Christian Askeland SINTEF Medical Technology, Trondheim, Norway
Stefan Baumann Basel, Switzerland
Hans Meine Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany
Google Hangout Participants
Name Organization Availablity (Central European Time)


Note Note: There were also other invitations sent to active people on the community, and people who recently showed interest. When their intent will be known they will be added to the list.

Preparation

Developers should bring a laptop with the current CTK source code downloaded and built.

Use the CTK developers mailing list to discuss build issues and topics for ongoing work.

Phone conferences have been scheduled in the weeks leading to the event:

https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/g3vi3lz7sycalj74ys2xpnpr3ya

Topics and Projects

Consider reading Contributing_to_CTK#Integrate_your_new_feature

Reminder: when integrating branches, remember to use --log --no-ff when merging.

We plan to have concrete hacking topics as well as dedicated discussions in smaller groups. People are encouraged to show their interest in a particular subject by adding their name to the list below.

Hacking Topics

Infrastructure

  • Qt5 migration (Christian)
  • Packaging / install support (Marco)
  • Dashboard
    • General Situation: Continuous/Nightly clients, coverage
    • Configurations: Qt4, Qt5, etc.
    • Travis CI (Sascha, Steve)

DICOM

  • Multi-frame support (Steve, Christian, Michael)
  • Making CLIs read and write valid DICOM (Steve, Michael)
  • Anonymization (Andreas Fetzer, Marco, Steve, Stefan)
    • Client-side options: gdcmanon, dcmtk (?), dcmjs, DicomCleaner, CTP...

XNAT

  • Improve and extend the XNAT API (Sascha Zelzer, Miklos Espak)
    • Data editing
    • Caching
    • Filtered data query based on data type and/or properties
    • Launch pipelines (remote) and follow progress

CLI

  • Make it customisable what options to generate to the final command (Gergely Zombori)
  • Finalize integration of CTK CLI frontend into Slicer and investigate how to integrate the backend (Jc)

??

Planned Discussions

  • Possible extensions of CTK to the IGT domain
    • OpenIGT link
    • ...
  • QIICR Presentation

...

Agenda

Monday

Opening discussion

Evening:

Tuesday

During the day: hack, hack, hack...

Evening:

Wednesday

During the day: hack, hack, hack...

16:00 Famous Old City tour guided by Hans-Peter Meinzer

Thursday

During the day: hack, hack, hack...

Evening:

Friday

During the day: hack, hack, hack...

11:00: Closing discussion

Afternoon: hack or travel

Travel & Hotel

Local contacts

  • Marco Nolden (m.nolden@dkfz-heidelberg.de)
  • Sascha Zelzer (s.zelzer@dkfz-heidelberg.de)
  • Andreas Fetzer (a.fetzer@dkfz-heidelberg.de)

Transportation

It takes about an hour from Frankfurt Airport (FRA) to Heidelberg Main Station with one change in Mannheim. If you stay in the Old Town you can also look for connections going to "Heidelberg Altstadt". You can look it up at Deutsche Bahn, but they run quite frequently.

Local: from the Old Town, "Universitätsplatz", runs bus number 32 via Main Station to DKFZ, exit at "Chirurgische Klinik", bus direction is "Neuenheim". After you exit, DKFZ is on your right.

During the day the bus runs every 10 minutes in both directions, timetables are also available at VRN.

Lodging

We recommend to stay in the historic Old Town. There is an easy direct bus ride every 10 minutes from there to DKFZ.

We have reserved a number of rooms at the Holländer Hof hotel! Please use "CTK 2014" when you do a reservation there. Of course there are plenty of other hotels in that area, e.g. Goldener Hecht or the oldest house in town, Hotel zum Ritter.

Weather

November is a rather wet month. Average weather in Heidelberg

Food

Plan on having breakfast at your hotel before the meeting. Please email the organizers if you have any allergies or dietary restrictions.

Being a university and hospital campus, there are several lunch possibilities, including cafeterias, a students mensa, and two restaurants.


Optional Activities in the Area