Dear colleagues, We are inviting contributions for software demonstrations of open source GIS technologies from interested people and organizations for OSGIS 2009. Interested participants should submit an abstract description of the Open source software demos (maximum 500 words) to
Following up on my post, for anyone interested: the news isn't good. Most of the responses I got were pointers to Isenburg's and Shewchuck's work, such as http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~quake/triangle.html and http://www.cs.unc.edu/~isenburg/sd/ I did know about these, and they are indeed good
Traian Stanev wrote: It's probably worth sending an email to Isenburg to ask for the actual licensing restrictions of his stuff. It was developed under an NSF grant, so he may not have much choice but to allow it to be used in a BSD-like way. We have already walked  that way in libLAS and
Yeah, I have anecdotal evidence Isenburg gave the OK (Hobu noted it on the liblas list), but he didn't specify exactly for *what* he was okay with from the tools collection which makes me nervous. If he were to say all of it, then we're all set (I just care about the TINner inside lasview).