I am a web engineer, and I aim to promote WebGIS through the power of the OSS community to create a world where everyone can easily access GIS.
This year we released Re:Earth, our no-code web GIS tool that uses Cesium under the hood, to the OSS community.
Re:Earth's aim is not to rewrite the wheel, but rather to harness the power of the 3D globe and allow absolutely anyone to visualize and share their geospatial data. Users are able to import preexisting data and build projects off of that, or start from scratch and then easily publish the project or export the data in a variety of supported formats. All without the need of an engineering team.
The Re:Earth team is currently recruiting OSS committers and plug-in developers to help expand Re:Earth's potential and build a digital earth community of users and developers.