[OSGeo-Discuss] Help- Web GIS open source software

2009-10-12 Thread Faezeh Karimi
Dear OSGeo members;

I need some help and advice. Could you suggest me a good open source Web GIS
software which is not difficult working? I need it fro a project to publish
some maps (mostly shapefiles) on web with some basic functions of a GIS
system (and also Network analysis function). I would be gratified if anybody
suggest me a good software which could also handle a bulk of data. Thanks in
advance

Regards
Faezeh Karimi
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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Mind Map - Open Source Spatial Projects

2009-10-12 Thread Bob Basques
All, 

What's the best Client for this MM stuff?  A little research on it reveals 
there are more than one version of the file format as well as more than one 
version of client, and not all clients read all formats . . . 

bobb 



 Bruce Bannerman bruce.bannerman.os...@gmail.com wrote:

I have been developing a Mind Map for a number of years, showing various Open 
Source spatial projects, with a summary of project features and links to 
project urls. 
It should help as an aide-memoire for Open Source spatial projects. 

I've released this under a Creative Commons license with the source in the 
OSGeo subversion repository.



Details are at:

http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/User:Bruce.bannerman


The information in the mind map is a little dated. Perhaps a few of us can 
collaborate to maintain it.


Thanks to Tyler for his help in getting this into subversion.



Bruce Bannerman




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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Mind Map - Open Source Spatial Projects

2009-10-12 Thread Daniel Ames
Hi Bruce,

This is great work... I'm imagining this in an 8 foot tall poster at
the FOSS4G conference!

It would be great if you could add in the MapWindow project. MapWindow
GIS Desktop Application is a C#/.NET desktop GIS that is completely
open source and has about 6000 downloads per month from
www.MapWindow.org.

Also, under your library/developer tools, we the project also includes
a set of .NET libraries and a COM C++ ActiveX component based on both
NTS and GDAL.

- Dan





On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 6:04 PM, Bruce Bannerman
bruce.bannerman.os...@gmail.com wrote:
 I have been developing a Mind Map for a number of years, showing various
 Open Source spatial projects, with a summary of project features and links
 to project urls.

 It should help as an aide-memoire for Open Source spatial projects.

 I've released this under a Creative Commons license with the source in the
 OSGeo subversion repository.



 Details are at:

 http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/User:Bruce.bannerman


 The information in the mind map is a little dated. Perhaps a few of us can
 collaborate to maintain it.


 Thanks to Tyler for his help in getting this into subversion.



 Bruce Bannerman




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Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Remote routing solutions

2009-10-12 Thread Mateusz Loskot
Miguel Montesinos wrote:
 Hi,
 
 As an example, we built a routing service for tourism pruposes using
 only FOSS. Components were these:
 
 - DB PostGIS
 - Routing service: Customization of gvSIG routing capabilities adapted
 for running on Java EE container (Tomcat).
 - Interface: Web service
 - Client: 2 clients:
   * Web client, open-layers based
   * Mobile client: Java CLDC brand new app.
 
 We had to use our own routing service, as we were using public
 administration official cartography, with tourist info.
 
 The routing service had the following capabilities:
 
 - Point to point calculation (fastest path)
 - TSP (Travel Salesman Problem)
 - On foot / car transport method
 - Tourist places near to the route just calculated
 - Route instructions (e.g. trun right on ...)
 
 Here you can have a look at the web client [1], sorry it's only in
 Spanish, but easy to understand (I suppose). Here you have a
 presentation [2] we made about the mobile side in the Spanish Free GIS
 days (like our national FOSS4G). It's only in Spanish but you have some
 slides with architectures components that can give you extra details.
 
 Everything developed is GPL, but our customer has to publish source code
 in its official forge and it's a pending task. Nevertheless if you need
 some code, just ask.
 
 [1] http://www.turismoextremadura.com/PINTUREX/live/PV.html 
 [2]
 http://www.sigte.udg.edu/jornadassiglibre2009/uploads/Presentaciones/Pre
 s_3.odp 
 
 Regards,
 
 Miguel
 
 
 
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 De: discuss-boun...@lists.osgeo.org
 [mailto:discuss-boun...@lists.osgeo.org] En
 nombre de Mateusz Loskot
 Enviado el: martes, 06 de octubre de 2009 23:04
 Para: Discuss@lists.osgeo.org
 Asunto: [OSGeo-Discuss] Remote routing solutions

 Folks,

 May I kindly ask for a bit of brainstorming about
 available and programmatically callable,
 optionally usable,
 optionally effective,
 optionally robust
 solutions of remote routing services?

 The use case is very simple:
 1) client is a non-Web thin client
 2) client has access to the Internet
 3) client knows two locations start and destination
 4) client wants to know how to travel from start to destination

 What are available options to achieve that? Where if availability
 means:
 * accessible for public
 * free of charge
 * does not require to sign anything,

 Custom solutions built on OGC-enabled stack (e.g. PyWPS, etc.) is also
 an option to discuss.

 Any input greatly appreciated.

Miguel,

Thank you very much for all these references. It's a lot of stuff
to crunch :-)

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Re: Fwd: [OSGeo-Discuss] Mind Map - Open Source Spatial Projects

2009-10-12 Thread Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo)
Looks like it says it's 0.8.1 Freemind map version. I've looked a bit at
other clients but they are usually involving a conversion step. e.g. you can
do mm format into S5 presentation format and a few others. I'd like a more
dynamic 'flowing' viewer for presentations - any hints and I'd like to hear
them too.

Tyler
 
original message-
From: Bob Basques bo...@gritechnologies.com
To: OSGeo Discussions discuss@lists.osgeo.org
Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2009 23:16:25 -0500
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 Bruce,
 
 Yeah I got that to work, but was wondering if there were other client 
 that could read it.
 
 I use a similar (pay for) application called Inspiration that allows for 
 building of similar diagrams. I thought it might open the MM file, but 
 no go.
 
 Nice file BTW.
 
 bobb
 
 
 
 Bruce Bannerman wrote:
 Bob,

 
 
  What's the best Client for this MM stuff? A little research
  on it reveals there are more than one version of the file
  format as well as more than one version of client, and not
  all clients read all formats . . .
 

 The format is Freemind mind mapping software.

 As per my original post:

 
  Details are at:
 
  http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/User:Bruce.bannerman
 
 

 I've received a few emails advising me that some people's email 
 clients have hidden the above URL.

 Two suggestions to get around this:

 - view the email source

 - go to the OSGeo Wiki and search for 'User:Bruce.bannerman'. You will 
 find the details there.


 Bruce


 
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Fwd: [OSGeo-Discuss] Mind Map - Open Source Spatial Projects

2009-10-12 Thread Bruce Bannerman
Tyler / Bob,

Yes, it is in Freemind v0.8.1, the current stable version.

I agree that a viewer will need to be dynamic. I expect to see updates for a
long time to come.


According to the Freemind FAQ, there is an applet that will allow the
mindmap to be presented via a Web Page [1].


I have not tried this yet.

Perhaps something hosted by OSGeo if the applet works OK?



Bruce


[1]
http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Asked_Questions#Mind_maps_on_web_pages_with_FreeMind.27s_applet




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 From: discuss-boun...@lists.osgeo.org
 [mailto:discuss-boun...@lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Tyler
 Mitchell (OSGeo)
 Sent: Tuesday, 13 October 2009 3:32 PM
 To: OSGeo Discussions; Bob Basques
 Subject: Re: Fwd: [OSGeo-Discuss] Mind Map - Open Source
 Spatial Projects

 Looks like it says it's 0.8.1 Freemind map version. I've
 looked a bit at other clients but they are usually involving
 a conversion step. e.g. you can do mm format into S5
 presentation format and a few others. I'd like a more dynamic
 'flowing' viewer for presentations - any hints and I'd like
 to hear them too.

 Tyler

 original message-
 From: Bob Basques bo...@gritechnologies.com
 To: OSGeo Discussions discuss@lists.osgeo.org
 Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2009 23:16:25 -0500
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  Bruce,
 
  Yeah I got that to work, but was wondering if there were
 other client
  that could read it.
 
  I use a similar (pay for) application called Inspiration
 that allows
  for building of similar diagrams. I thought it might open
 the MM file,
  but no go.
 
  Nice file BTW.
 
  bobb
 
 
 
  Bruce Bannerman wrote:
  Bob,
 
  
  
   What's the best Client for this MM stuff? A little
 research on it
   reveals there are more than one version of the file
 format as well
   as more than one version of client, and not all clients read all
   formats . . .
  
 
  The format is Freemind mind mapping software.
 
  As per my original post:
 
  
   Details are at:
  
   http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/User:Bruce.bannerman
  
  
 
  I've received a few emails advising me that some people's email
  clients have hidden the above URL.
 
  Two suggestions to get around this:
 
  - view the email source
 
  - go to the OSGeo Wiki and search for 'User:Bruce.bannerman'. You
  will find the details there.
 
 
  Bruce
 
 
 
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Re: Fwd: [OSGeo-Discuss] Mind Map - Open Source Spatial Projects

2009-10-12 Thread Benjamin Chartier

I use XMind (open source software).
http://www.xmind.net/

Regards,

Benjamin Chartier


Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo) a écrit :

Looks like it says it's 0.8.1 Freemind map version. I've looked a bit at
other clients but they are usually involving a conversion step. e.g. you can
do mm format into S5 presentation format and a few others. I'd like a more
dynamic 'flowing' viewer for presentations - any hints and I'd like to hear
them too.

Tyler
 
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From: Bob Basques bo...@gritechnologies.com
To: OSGeo Discussions discuss@lists.osgeo.org
Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2009 23:16:25 -0500
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Bruce,

Yeah I got that to work, but was wondering if there were other client 
that could read it.


I use a similar (pay for) application called Inspiration that allows for 
building of similar diagrams. I thought it might open the MM file, but 
no go.


Nice file BTW.

bobb



Bruce Bannerman wrote:

Bob,



What's the best Client for this MM stuff? A little research
on it reveals there are more than one version of the file
format as well as more than one version of client, and not
all clients read all formats . . .


The format is Freemind mind mapping software.

As per my original post:


Details are at:

http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/User:Bruce.bannerman


I've received a few emails advising me that some people's email 
clients have hidden the above URL.


Two suggestions to get around this:

- view the email source

- go to the OSGeo Wiki and search for 'User:Bruce.bannerman'. You will 
find the details there.



Bruce



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