[OSGeo-Discuss] CASCADOSS regional workshops. Benelux.

2008-11-03 Thread Rafal Wawer
Dear All,

CASCADOSS project organizes several regional events, targeted to disseminate 
project's output, extended with demonstrations, case studies and training. In 
general there will be 5 regional workshops, held in: Benelux, Poland, Czech 
Rep., Slovakia and Hungary, organized idependently from each other.

For the start I would like to announce the workshop for the region of Benelux. 
It will be held on February 5th-6th 2009 in Leuven, Belgium. The participation 
is free of charge. The event is bilingual: French and Dutch, with simultaneous 
translation.

Everyone interested in the practical applications of FOSS4G should find here 
comprehensive information on:

1.   FOSS4G licensing issues

2.   FOSS4G business models

3.   Software evaluation methods

4.   Results of the evaluation on wide range of FOSS4G software projects

5.   Practical applications in EA, e-government, decision support.

You are welcome to submit your own case study, application, business model, 
software development cases, community developments etc. 

You will find more details, including registration and abstract submission 
forms on our Belgian website : www.cascadoss.be .



Best regards:

Raf

Dr. Rafal Wawer
K.U.Leuven
RD Division SADL (Spatial Application Division) 
Celestijnenlaan 200e bus 2224 
BE-3001 Leuven-Heverlee
Belgium
tel. 0032 16 329731


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[OSGeo-Discuss] Benefits raster data on RDBMS

2008-11-03 Thread Gilberto Camara

Dear all

Concerning the benefits of having raster data
stored together with vector data in a spatial
database, let me first quote from an excellent
paper from the late Jim Gray
(Scientific Data Management in the Coming Decade):

  What’s wrong with files?
   Everything builds from files as a base. HDF uses files.
   Database systems use files. But, file systems have no
   metadata beyond a hierarchical directory structure and file
   names. They encourage a do-it-yourself- data-model that
   will not benefit from the growing suite of data analysis
   tools. They encourage do-it-yourself-access-methods that
   will not do parallel, associative, temporal, or spatial
   search. They also lack a high-level query language.
   Lastly, most file systems can manage millions of files, but
   by the time a file system can deal with billions of files, it
   has become a database system.

In other words, if you have substantial amounts of raster
data (as is increasingly the case in geospatial application),
you will need to develop a significant amount of software
to manage your files. Unless... your data is handled by a
raster-enabled spatial database.

Best Regards
Gilberto

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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] OSGeo The China event

2008-11-03 Thread Gao Ang
Ravi:

It's nice to know that you pay close attention to our activities.

We organize this activity to let students get know of the whole GIS
software stack, and let them to realize the benefit of using the open
source GIS.

However, we won't fight against the commercial software. We'd like to
keep an open mind and we welcome commercial GIS users to share their
views here. We just want our student know a bit more about the GIS
world, especially for open source GIS.

We try to spread GIS knowledge to the students. And what's more, we'd
like to get more experience from you and get more guide on how to
organize a good OSGIS user group event, how to encourage students to
try Open Source software and so on.

So we want to let you know our activities and what we're gonna provide
for the students and OSGIS advocators in our country. Your suggestion
will always be useful for us.

Regards


On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 6:26 PM, RAVI KUMAR [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi All,
 the OSGeo China event going to be held going to be held may please be
 explained
 on the following points as this will certainly add to info for others.

 1. What are the Open GIS lectures proposed
 2. The ARC??? software mentioned, is this an exercise to bridge between
 Prop-Com (proprietary commercial software) and Open GIS.
 If 'Yes', then it is very interesting, and details may please be
 provided.

 Wish the event the best, and hope it will add to the capacity building of
 OSGeo.

 Cheers
 Ravi Kumar


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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Benefits raster data on RDBMS

2008-11-03 Thread Christopher Schmidt
On Mon, Nov 03, 2008 at 10:13:49AM -0200, Gilberto Camara wrote:
 Dear all
 
 Concerning the benefits of having raster data
 stored together with vector data in a spatial
 database, let me first quote from an excellent
 paper from the late Jim Gray
 (Scientific Data Management in the Coming Decade):
 
   What’s wrong with files?
Everything builds from files as a base. HDF uses files.
Database systems use files. But, file systems have no
metadata beyond a hierarchical directory structure and file
names. They encourage a do-it-yourself- data-model that
will not benefit from the growing suite of data analysis
tools. They encourage do-it-yourself-access-methods that
will not do parallel, associative, temporal, or spatial
search. They also lack a high-level query language.
Lastly, most file systems can manage millions of files, but
by the time a file system can deal with billions of files, it
has become a database system.
 
 In other words, if you have substantial amounts of raster
 data (as is increasingly the case in geospatial application),
 you will need to develop a significant amount of software
 to manage your files. Unless... your data is handled by a
 raster-enabled spatial database.

I don't see anything in that paragraph that indicates that storing the
*image data* in the database is important. (A link to the paper online
or something could change that, of course.) Specifically, I don't think
there's any doubt that if you have many-many files, it makes sense to
store the *queryable image information* -- things like spatial extent,
temporal extent, etc. -- belong in a database. The question is, in the
data column, do you store a File Path, or the Image Data? Until/Unless
databases get/have image manipulation tools directly, I can't see the 
value of storing the image data itself in the database.

The points above argue against file-system based metadata
storage/retrieval: sorting files by date, searching through index files,
etc., so far as I can tell, but I don't see a compelling argument for
image data in the database above.

Of course, this is assuming that the image data access pattern is the
same in the database and on disk: for example, storing GeoTIFF data,
then using GDAL to parse the string from the database as a GeoTIFF file.
If the database you're using has a different (faster) Image access
algorithm, then of course there can be benefits. However, those same
benefits could presumably be realized with sufficiently complete
libraries for accessing the image externally: If Oracles' Database
product, for example, internally tiles the image, and they had a library
to access the image in the same way, presumably you could store those
bits on disk as well. However, if that library depends internally on a
database, then integration of all points into the same database might
help in some ways.

In any case, I think there's obvious reasons to store your image
metadata in a database -- and *using the same tools for accessing the
images*, I don't think we've yet seen a compelling argument for storing
image blobs in the database. Of course, all things are not equal :)
If your database has built in MrSID support, for example, you could
imagine using Database Storage for Images, because you'd get the
automatic compression combined with the querying -- but that's not about
the Database Specifically, just the image storage/reading library that
comes along with it.

Regards,
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[OSGeo-Discuss] OSGeo The China event

2008-11-03 Thread RAVI KUMAR
Hi All,
the OSGeo China event  going to be held going to be held may please be explained
on the following points as this will certainly add to info for others.

1. What are the Open GIS lectures proposed
2. The ARC??? software mentioned, is this an exercise to bridge between
    Prop-Com (proprietary commercial software) and Open GIS.
    If 'Yes', then it is very interesting, and details may please be provided.

Wish the event the best, and hope it will add to the capacity building of OSGeo.

Cheers
Ravi Kumar



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[OSGeo-Discuss] FOSS4G2008 conference materials

2008-11-03 Thread Joe Larson
Gavin Fleming ha scritto:
 Perfect timing Eduardo

 There was a permissions bug on the FOSS4G website hosted by OSGeo that
 was fixed only last week. Many presentations have since been uploaded
 and we hope to have all of them available soon, along with some of the
 materials from workshops and labs.

Hi Gavin,
thanks a lot for the work, I'm definitely looking forward to read about
all the interesting presentations that I've missed (busy schedule,
could not be everywhere ;) ).

I was looking in this page
http://conference.osgeo.org/index.php/foss4g/2008/schedConf/presentations
and I see materials for, say, 3 presentations only?
When you say uploaded I should not read published, or am I just 
looking in the wrong place?

Cheers
Andrea

-- 

Andrea Aime


I also have quite some interest in this. I see that widget. buzzfuze. com is 
loading when I view an abstract with Firefox - will presentations eventually be 
available to view through this?

Cheers* joe



  

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RE: [OSGeo-Discuss] Re: [Fwd: Re: [GRASS-user] Tips for setting up annew FOSS-GEO-linux-box]

2008-11-03 Thread Landon Blake
I've added some of my own comments about operating systems to this wiki
page. I'm no expert on Linux distributions, and the comments are based
solely on my own experiences as a Linux user. I hope that this is
helpful to others.

Landon

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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Tyler Mitchell
(OSGeo)
Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 6:34 PM
To: Nikos Alexandris; OSGeo Discussions
Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] Re: [Fwd: Re: [GRASS-user] Tips for setting up
annew FOSS-GEO-linux-box]

Nikos, I'm forwarding this to the OSGeo general discussion list.  You  
can register at:
http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss

Tyler

On 2-Nov-08, at 6:22 PM, Nikos Alexandris wrote:

 My apologies for the off-topic post.

 I started an osgeo-wikipage (see attached message). It would be
 extremely useful if experienced users/developers would contribute by
 sharing some of their secrets on how to best setup an osgeo GIS
 workstation.

 Kind regards, Nikos

 From: Nikos Alexandris [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Date: November 2, 2008 6:13:43 PM PST (CA)
 To: grass-user [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Re: [GRASS-user] Tips for setting up an new FOSS-GEO-linux- 
 box


 I've started the attempt to collect in a wiki-page tips for setting  
 up a
 GIS workstation.
 http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/GIS_workstation_setup_tips

 It certainly needs modifications.

 Kind regards, Nikos

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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] FOSS4G2008 conference materials

2008-11-03 Thread Eduardo Kanegae
Thanks Gavin,

I´m gonna wait for that.

best,

Eduardo Kanegae
http://anthologis.com



On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 4:02 AM, Gavin Fleming [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Perfect timing Eduardo

 There was a permissions bug on the FOSS4G website hosted by OSGeo that
 was fixed only last week. Many presentations have since been uploaded
 and we hope to have all of them available soon, along with some of the
 materials from workshops and labs.

 Gavin



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 Hi,

 Will the materials from FOSS4G2008 conference be published at
 www.foss4g2008.org ?

 thanks ;-)

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[OSGeo-Discuss] Does the OSGeo have a historian?

2008-11-03 Thread Landon Blake
While preparing my recent proposal for the OSGeo I realized there wasn't
a lot of information on the history of the organization. I realize part
of this is because the OSGeo is pretty young as far as organizations go.
However, most of the information I could find about the OSGeo was
related to the founding of the organization. Do we have any type of
timeline that presents important events in the history of the OSGeo
since that time? Do we have a historian?

 

I'm thinking that such a timeline could contain information about
projects and sponsors joining the OSGeo, brief summaries about OSGeo
conferences, and information about the formation of local OSGeo
projects.

 

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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Software to test a WCS server?

2008-11-03 Thread Justin Deoliveira

Hi Alexandre,

There is a CITE (Compliance and Interoperability Test Engine) which is 
used to test reference implementations for OGC specs, including WCS. You 
can get the engine from:


http://sourceforge.net/projects/teamengine

To get the tests for wcs you need to sign up for an account on the OGC 
portal.I am not sure if they are publicly available elsewhere.


The easiest way (if you are interested) is probably to send a message to 
the CITE forum:


[EMAIL PROTECTED]

And state that you want access to the tests.

-Justin

Alexandre Leroux wrote:


Hi all,

I tried to find a quick way to test our WCS server implementation (it's 
specifically for an in-house meteorological data format - not useful 
outside our organization).


What I'm looking for is a simple software such as QGIS, uDig or similar 
to test loading data from our WCS server, and help us debugging it! :-) 
After some searches, I found GeoServer supports WCS and well, nothing 
else. I must be wrong!


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Coverage_Service

GDAL supports WCS to some extent:
http://gdal.org/frmt_wcs.html


Thanks a lot for any feedback!

Alex

http://slashgeo.org



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RE: [OSGeo-Discuss] Does the OSGeo have a historian?

2008-11-03 Thread Landon Blake
I'll wait for others to respond. If we don't already have this
information on the wiki I will create a page.

Landon

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Subject: Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Does the OSGeo have a historian?

Landon Blake wrote:
 While preparing my recent proposal for the OSGeo I realized there
wasn't
 a lot of information on the history of the organization. I realize
part
 of this is because the OSGeo is pretty young as far as organizations
go.
 However, most of the information I could find about the OSGeo was
 related to the founding of the organization. Do we have any type of
 timeline that presents important events in the history of the OSGeo
 since that time? Do we have a historian?
 
  
 
 I'm thinking that such a timeline could contain information about
 projects and sponsors joining the OSGeo, brief summaries about OSGeo
 conferences, and information about the formation of local OSGeo
 projects.
 
  
 
 Landon
 

Thanks for asking about this, I was interesting in such information too.

I want to make a timeline of OSGeo and OSGeo projects for a poster that 
we can use in marketing.

Maybe we need a history page on the wiki to track such information in 
one place similar to Tyler's recent summary of OSGeo contributors.

Alex

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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Does the OSGeo have a historian?

2008-11-03 Thread Pedro-Juan Ferrer Matoses
Hello Landon

Have you seen this [1]?

I suggested to use MIT's Timeline [2] for plotting the information.


[1] http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Open_Source_GIS_History
[2] http://simile.mit.edu/timeline/

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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Raster data on a DBMS

2008-11-03 Thread Christopher Schmidt
On Mon, Nov 03, 2008 at 08:57:53PM -0200, Gilberto Camara wrote:
 Jim Gray´s paper and much more on
 this issue is on his site at MS Research.

Gray has hundreds of papers listed on his Microsoft Research page. As I
said, I'm not claiming that Gray's paper said or did not say something,
merely that the section you quoted did not.

 Allow me to reiterate my earlier argument, which is
 that FOSS4G should **allow** users the option of storing
 raster data in a database. Storing images in a database
 is not recommended in each and every situation.
 The user should have the option, according to his needs.

I'm not sure if you feel that someone is preventing this from happening
in some way. It sounds like you think that there is some blocker here
other than someone investing the time and effort to make this happen.

Regards,
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[OSGeo-Discuss] Are United States RD Tax Credits Applicable to Open Source Software Development?

2008-11-03 Thread Landon Blake
I'm currently working on a proposal to secure some corporate funding for
development of OpenJUMP, an open source desktop GIS viewer. I'd like to
know if any of you have experience with applying research and
development tax credits to the development of open source software (in
the United States). It will be a lot easier to secure funding if I can
show my boss that we could be eligible for a tax discount.

 

Is it possible to apply research and development tax credits to open
source development? Where could I learn more about the rules and
limitations that would apply? Does the OSGeo have a guide for companies
or organization interested in funding open source development? Could we
put something like this together?

 

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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Raster data on a DBMS

2008-11-03 Thread P Kishor
On 11/3/08, Gilberto Camara [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
..

  Allow me to reiterate my earlier argument, which is
  that FOSS4G should **allow** users the option of storing
  raster data in a database. Storing images in a database
  is not recommended in each and every situation.
  The user should have the option, according to his needs.

..

There are two kinds of users in this world when it comes to storing
raster data... and, fortunately, the world is big enough for both of
them.

The FOSS in FOSS4G gives each kind to develop what they need/want.
There is no concept of allowing anyone the option.

Gilberto, my sense is that instead of convincing someone else that
storing rasters in a db can/may be a better option in some cases,
energy and resources might be better deployed in making options
available, and making existing options easier and more powerful.

In another thread you wrote --

INPE´s FOSS4G developement of raster data on RDBMS using the
TerraLib library is a tangible proof of concept. TerraAmazon
(built using TerraLib) is INPE's OS solution for monitoring
tropical forests operationally.

While I have an earlier version of TerraLib/TerraView that I got when
I visited INPE last year, I am not familiar with its raster-in-db
capabilities. Making and distributing a product that can work on
different platforms, Windows, Macs, *nix, will be the best marketing
for such capabilities, and provide the options that you advocate.

Fwiw, O'Reilly's database war stories series has an article on Flickr
that store metadata in a db and the photos themselves on directly in
the filesystem. See
http://radar.oreilly.com/archives/2006/04/database_war_stories_3_flickr.html.
Other stories in that series are also very instructive.

Apple's Aperture does the same thing... all the metadata are in SQLite
(Coredata on Mac OS X) while the images themselves are stored in
folders on the disk -- albeit hidden from the user. See
http://www.bagelturf.com/aparticles/tips/tiplib/index.php and
http://www.mungosmash.com/archives/2005/12/the_aperture_da.php.

Of course, both of the above examples are of the high number of small
size images variety while the raster/geographic applications are of
the relatively fewer number of very large size images kind. Still,
the case studies are instructive.

I think the best argument for any approach is the approach itself. The
free and open part in FOSS4G allows any and all approaches to exist.
Scratch your own itch, meet your own need, then put it out for others
to use. If they like it, they will adopt it and improve it. If they
don't like it, it will die a timely death. Darwinian at its best.


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[OSGeo-Discuss] A new version of GeoKettle released!

2008-11-03 Thread Thierry Badard

Hello,

The GeoSOA research group (http://geosoa.scg.ulaval.ca) of the Centre
for Research in Geomatics at Laval University, Quebec City, Canada is
proud to announce the release of a new version of GeoKettle
(http://www.geokettle.org).

GeoKettle is a spatially-enabled version of Pentaho Data Integration
(Kettle, http://kettle.pentaho.org). Pentaho Data Integration (Kettle)
is a powerful, metadata-driven ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) tool
dedicated to the integration of different data sources for building
data warehouses. It is part of the open source BI (Business
Intelligence) software suite designed by Pentaho (http://www.pentaho.com).

This special distribution of Kettle includes extensions which enable the
use of geospatial (GIS) data. Like Kettle, GeoKettle is released under
the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).

GeoKettle v3.1.0-20081103 is still in alpha version but demonstrates the
potential of this ETL tool dedicated to spatial data warehouses and
Spatial OLAP (SOLAP) applications.


What's new since release 2.5.2-20080531 ?

 - The GeoKettle extensions were ported to the new Pentaho Data
   Integration (PDI) version 3.1.0-GA. As such, this release of
   GeoKettle includes all the improvements from the new PDI version.

 - Changed the core Geometry object framework from GeOxygene to the Java
   Topology Suite (JTS).

 - Added native support for Oracle Spatial and MySQL geospatial DBMS.

 - Speed improvements: due to the upgrade of PDI core and to the JTS
   library, GeoKettle now offers better throughput. We measured a
   typical speedup of row throughput between 15% and 60% (depending of
   the transformation) when using geospatial data.


For further details, to download GeoKettle and to join the active
GeoKettle community through the different mailing lists, please visit
the GeoKettle project page:

http://www.geokettle.org

Hoping you will enjoy GeoKettle.

Th.

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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Best Place For My OSGeo Presentation

2008-11-03 Thread Markus Neteler
On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 10:35 PM, Landon Blake [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I've finished with my OSGeo presentation at the Gold Country GIS Users
 Group. (Thanks for all of those that provided reference material and copies
 of their own presentations.)

 I was wondering where the best place would be to archive this presentation.
 Who should I speak to about this? (I can make the presentation available on
 my own website, but I thought it might be helpful to include it with an
 archive of other presentations.)

A couple of OSGeo presentations are tagged osgeo here:
http://www.slideshare.net/tag/osgeo

(maybe there are more, just missing the osgeo tag)

Markus
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