Just a thought about the  wiki page for OSGeoLive presentation listings,

This same process should be set up as a FORM with a Location (LAT/LON) and also 
be able to include/list presentation on specific OSGeo projects.  This would 
allow for some nice Location maps of who, where things are happening and when.  
For example, I don’t get to run the OSGeo Live repsentation at every conference 
I attend, but I regularly get to present on OSGeo projects.

All such presentation listing should be combined into a single resource.


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From: "Basques, Bob (CI-StPaul)" 
Subject: Re: [OSGeoLive] [OSGeo-Discuss] Presentation coming up, how to 
announce and get advocation from OSGeo??
Date: February 2, 2018 at 9:23:55 AM CST


I actually added two entries, I have another Presentation in May.


On Feb 2, 2018, at 3:35 AM, Astrid Emde (OSGeo) 
<<>> wrote:

Hello Bob,

would be great to add the event also to Live_GIS_History-wikipage which should 
show where OSGeoLive was in action.


Am 01.02.2018 19:37 schrieb Jody Garnett:
It would be great to add that to the events list, please talk to
astrid or myself if you need access. OSGeo Live has promoted other
talks, perhaps a quote, or a blog post could be provided?
Jody Garnett
On 1 February 2018 at 09:30, Basques, Bob (CI-StPaul)
<<>> wrote:
I have a presentation coming up soon here:
We’ll be distributing Live demo USBs to attendees as well.
Should/Could this be added to the Event list at OSGeo?
Also, would like to get some sort of OSGeo advocation statement if
possible. Maybe listing on the Events would be good enough though.
The organizers of the conference want to send out a media blast in
the next couple of days and wanted to incude something OSGeo
specific related to this presentation.
Seaprately, what if any, is the approach moving forward for OSGeo to
partner with GITA??
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