Folks, please be so kind and give this paper a moment of your attention: http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Talk:Open_Source_and_Open_Standards There is still a lot of confusion in people as to what an Open Standard is and what Open Source is. Even within the educated community of OSGeo there are very
Reminder... get your abstracts in! On 2011-04-13, at 6:58 AM, Peter Batty wrote: Hi everyone, One last reminder that the call for papers for FOSS4G closes this Friday, April 15th. Thanks to all who have submitted already, if you haven't got your abstract in yet I encourage you to do so!
Hello- I see a proposal for having OSGeo accept microdonations on behalf of projects. http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Microdonations I also see that MapGuide has a Donate button that brings users to a PayPal page for OSGeo. Is there an updated resource on how project can get set up to accept
Hi Tim, On Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 11:41 PM, Tim Schaub tsch...@opengeo.org wrote: Hello- I see a proposal for having OSGeo accept microdonations on behalf of projects. http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Microdonations I also see that MapGuide has a Donate button that brings users to a PayPal page
Arnulf, Sorry for the delayed review, and rather messy use of email in applying my review comments: I assume that the target audience for this white paper is: * People who don't understand the difference between Standards and Open Standards * People who don't understand the difference
Is Geonode fits into for Open Data category? If it is, why not mention it in the document. http://geonode.org/ GeoNode is an open source platform that facilitates the creation, sharing, and collaborative use of geospatial data. The project aims to surpass existing spatial data infrastructure