/ Community



The Community section of the website is a place to add links to your OpenSceneGraph related projects, both commericial, educational, personal and open source. The whole website is a joomla site so is completely editable by the OpenSceneGraph community. Register yourself and read the autor guidelines to edit it.

This section provides links to community projects, nodekits and utilities to use with openscenegraph.

Community Events such as conference meetings, shows, lectures and social get together.

People who are looking for company with OpenSceneGraph activity may post their request in this page.  Any request with a date greater than one month may be removed, job seekers must renew their posts. .

  • Only companies who are looking for people with OpenSceneGraph skills may post their offers in this page.
  • Use the category option and set it to Job Offers in your new article an take a look to the Author Guidelines
  • Most recent openings will be shown at the top.
  • The Updated date must be set to reflect the last time the offer was valid.
  • Any offer with an Updated date greater than two months may be removed (but add the company to the lower list).
  • Please keep your openings up to date and remove them if filled.

from CDash web site :

"CDash is an open source, web-based software testing server. CDash aggregates, analyzes and displays the results of software testing processes submitted from clients located around the world. Developers depend on CDash to convey the state of a software system, and to continually improve its quality. CDash is a part of a larger software process that integrates Kitware's CMake, CTest, and CPack tools, as well as other external packages used to design, manage and maintain large-scale software systems. Good examples of a CDash are the CMake quality dashboard and the VTK quality dashboard."

Kitware Inc. recently made available some public dashboards.

CMake provides means to publish on these dashboards results of compilations + tests, coverage of the tests, and dynamic analysis (memory leaks).

This page is dedicated to providing information to distribution package maintainers, to help short cut how much work is required for you to update packages in line with new OpenSceneGraph releases, and who/how to contact us when coordinating your own package releases, build/bug fixes etc. Contact details/links to relevant web pages for the maintainers that we are aware of can be found on our PackageMaintainers page.

Project contact

  • Project lead: Robert Osfield, robert AT openscenegraph.com
  • Public user/dev mailing list : osg-users@… (requires subscription to post)
  • Public submission mailing list : osg-submissions@… (requires subscription to post)

Project build and packaging pages

The OpenSceneGraph uses CMake for cross platform build, CPack for packaging, and CDash for online reporting of nightly builds.

The Vulkan/VkSceneGraph project is the a Vulkan, C++17 based scene graph project is now underway, under the auspices of OpenSceneGraph Project Lead will be natural successor to the OpenSceneGraph.  The project is hosted on github and will be developed over the coming year with the goal of a stable 1.0 release later 2019.  OpenSceneGraph development during this period will be focused on maintenance making sure OpenSceneGraph users have a solid base to work from.