Re: [thredds] Docker image for THREDDS Data Server/netcdf-java 5.3.1?

  • To: Jesper Baasch-Larsen <jbl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: Re: [thredds] Docker image for THREDDS Data Server/netcdf-java 5.3.1?
  • From: Sean Arms <sarms@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2020 08:58:53 -0600

Apologies for the confusion - it can be a bit much to keep straight and it
hasn't always been clear. THREDDS is an umbrella project that encompasses
netCDF-java, the THREDDS Data Server (TDS), Rosetta, and Siphon (all
related to providing ways to create, share, find, and consume local and
remote data). Speaking specifically for netCDF-Java and the TDS, both
projects used to share the same codebase ( and
release schedule for versions 4.6 and earlier. As of version 5, the
codebase has been split (,, and they now have independent release schedules.
NetCDF-Java is currently on 5.3.1 (soon to be 5.3.2), while the TDS is on
5.0-beta7. Once 5.3.2 is released, I will be making a new beta of the TDS
which uses it. My hope is to have a stable TDS by the end of the spring.

On  a related note, Unidata is hiring a developer to work on the THREDDS
projects, which I have hopes will help progress significantly:

If you or anyone reading this message knows of anyone who might be
interested, it'd be greatly appreciated if you'd share the posting :-)



On Mon, Apr 27, 2020 at 8:35 AM Jesper Baasch-Larsen <jbl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> Hi
> As far as I understand THREDDS is now a part of netcdf-java which is at
> version 5.3.1. But the most recent official THREDDS docker images seems to
> be 5.0-beta7. Are there any plans to update the docker image? If not, would
> you recommend using the latest Dockerfile as a basis for making a docker
> image ourselves for version 5.3.1?
> Or maybe I don't quite get how the versioning of THREDDS Data Server works?
> Kind regards
> Jesper Baasch-Larsen
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