The following policy published on the web site of the Cabinet's CIO
might be of interest
Dr Suchith Anand
Centre for Geospatial
I was out of office for several weeks and only now found your mail. This sounds very interesting, I can see that you have been very aactive in the past years! Congratulations.
Frans Thamura wrote:
i just create a slide, still mixed indonesia and
Cameron Shorter wrote:
Sydney, Australia. 2 March 2009.
In response to requests from presenters, the deadline for the FOSS4G
2009 workshop and tutorial abstract submissions has been extended by one
week, to Monday 9 March 2009. If you are considering submitting a
workshop, please notify your
It is great to see this type of support for open source software in
government. I wish we saw this same type of support for open source
software in government agencies within the United States.
Office Phone Number: (209) 946-0268
Cell Phone Number: (209) 992-0658
Not sure about the BSD licensing part, but here are some cool TIN triangulators
which are open source.
This one (Streaming Delaunay) has BSD-like license, but may be overkill for
what you need:
This one (FIST) has nebulous licensing (different for
Again this is GPL, not BSD, but GRASS GIS has TIN support:
On 02.03.2009 20:34, Traian Stanev wrote:
Not sure about the BSD licensing part, but here are some cool TIN
triangulators which are open source.
We extended the call for speakers however - 32 of the roughly 40 speaking
slots are now full. Thank you kindly to those that submitted talks.
If you're interested in submitting a talk, I expect things will fill up in
the next couple of days.
Also, registration has opened - we're
Thought this might be of interest to many of you. I was asked to be
guest editor for the geospatial edition of the Open Source Business
Resource monthly journal.
A big thank you to Paul Ramsey, Tyler Mitchell, Mark Lucas, Scott
Bortman, Andrew Ross, Haris Kurtagic and Geoff Zeiss for
yah i am expanding from Java area now to more GIS :) thx to Geoff that
send several MapGUide training material and I am also try to revamp
the Arnulf work, but the work is amazing hard, i am glad if my
foundation (Meruvian) can work together with OSGEo to penetrate the
OpenSource spirit in this
Here goes another one from TerraLib:
From: Wolf Bergenheim wolf+gr...@bergenheim.net
Subject: Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] RE: Open source TIN code?
Sent: Mar 02 '09 19:46
Again this is GPL,
I'd love to see a FOSS4G presentation, or even a thread of presentations
+ panel, about Open Source Policy initiatives at the Government level,
especially if it can be discussed in conjunction with specific
Could also be a good Birds of a Feather session.
Who knows a good
On 2-Mar-09, at 10:17 AM, Michael P. Gerlek wrote:
The Community has need of BSD-licensed source code for TIN
generation (in 3-space). It doesn't have to be really good, just
good enough for some simple demo apps (for example, full-on
Delauney support not needed).
I know there are a
Our Japanese community will add Japanese translation this week on that
Toru Mori @ OSGeo Japan Chapter
Cameron Shorter cameron.shor...@gmail.com wroteF
Thank you Jorge and Yves.
Jorge Gaspar Sanz Salinas wrote:
2009/3/1 Yves Jacolin (free) yjaco...@free.fr:
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