The FMaps team is about to build ISO19100 support in PG, in particulary
Spatial Schema and Metadata schema.
The project is at its early stages, but most of the technical hurdles are
understood, so we are now left with coding the specifications. If you would
like to join or are interested, please have a look on
http://FMaps.sourceforge.net/ and inside the src/geoobj directory of the
The project will build an extension library to PG, which may be included
later in main stream PG if everybody find this stuff great.
Network and Database Development Officer
SOPAC South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission
E-mail: franck(at)sopac(dot)org <mailto:franck(at)sopac(dot)org>
Web site: http://www.sopac.org/
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