The link to the MapGuide overview in the contents list is incorrect. It's
pointing to doc/mapguide_overview.html instead of
On 3 August 2010 05:21, Cameron Shorter wrote:
The OSGeo-Live DVD is looking great, with 43 pre-configured GeoSpatial
MapGuide has front-end, rendering, and processing capabilities. If
forced to choose between these, I'd probably go with rendering.
On 2010-07-29, Lars Lingner m...@lingner.eu wrote:
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Am 29.07.2010 06:29, schrieb Hamish:
I'm no expert in the
I've been participating in the new Pro Webmasters community (another Area 51
site) while waiting for the GIS site to kick off, and it's been a great
experience. I'd strongly encourage anyone with an interest in a
consolidated, open licence knowledge base for GIS to commit to this effort.
Wow, I'm really having opinions this week :)
IMHO getting into rating projects is just asking for trouble, infighting,
bitterness, and people/projects walking away from OSGeo.
On 5 June 2010 16:37, Cameron Shorter wrote:
Andrea and others, does this fit with people's expectations?
On 4 June 2010 04:05, Adrian Custer wrote:
As I understand it, the folk behind Stack Overflow have already started
on plans to expand the design to many other topics---you might want to
follow the evolution over there and propose a GIS forum on the new
site when it goes live.
The Area 51
Couple comments based entirely off the PDF:
- The typography needs some work. Mix of serif, sans serif, italics, bold
is a bit confused.
- Would be nice to see some header/footer graphics or at least colour.
- I really, really, really, really don't like the inclusion of the
I've often wondered if power-of-two was the best approach from a
perception viewpoint. It definitely makes the most sense from a code
perspective. Anyone know of any research on this?
On 2010-05-22, Christopher Schmidt crschm...@crschmidt.net wrote:
On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 06:24:26PM -0300,
Works for me.
Do you have a corporate firewall? Checkpoint was killing our external WMS
requests until we turned off an over-aggressive filter.
On 11 May 2010 10:35, Andrea Aime wrote:
Am I the only one getting a 403 when trying to access that server?
This kind of question will get a better answer on the FDO-Users mailing
or, on Nabble:
On 30 April 2010 12:15, Bill Ten Broeck wrote:
I have a client who
on the Windows platform using
either the GeoREST built-in webserver or IIS.
We would love to hear what you think about GeoREST. Please join the
project's mailing list today and help us shape its future.
Jason Birch and Haris Kurtagic
P.S. Any help porting this project to run on Linux would be greatly
I think that it's generally less fear of the unknown or job security than it is
the cost of adding complexity to what is often an already over-extended support
load. In many cases it just makes sense to spend $1000 for a server OS that
doesn't require additional training, is easy to get
Alex Mandel wrote:
There should be 0 pages removed from this process, and when in
doubt about a link, just leave it for someone else who knows
There are a bunch of old MapGuide links there that were migrated to our Trac,
and could be deleted. I can either mark these as deleted,
I wonder if you have the User Name and username backwards on your tag?
I'm probably not the best one to talk though, since mine hasn't been
updated either. I just edited mine based on the guess that the username
may be case sensitive.
From: Alexandre Leroux
I find this stuff fascinating, but I believe that the Oracle EULA prohibits
users from disclosing the results of benchmark tests. Be careful how you
represent these results.
From: Lucena, Ivan
Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] Raster data on RDBMS
I would like to
Nabble has developed a new system (Nabble2) and we will need
to migrate all existing lists to this system.
Just a follow-up...
I am now working with Nabble Support to migrate all of the existing
Nabble1 lists under the OSGeo.org category over to Nabble2. This will
be done on Nabble's
This question would likely receive a better response on the FDO
project's mailing lists rather than the general OSGeo Discussions list.
Details for this list are available here:
From: Rob Sosnowski
Some of you are aware that the majority of the OSGeo and OSGeo Project
mailing lists are mirrored through the Nabble forum service.
Nabble has developed a new system (Nabble2) and we will need to migrate
all existing lists to this system.
I don't think that it was specifically dropped, it just wasn't made a
requirement for new projects coming into OSGeo.
There are project pages on the OSGeo site (like
http://www.osgeo.org/grass - just product info fliers) but from there
the project URL can be anything from external host-based
If you're going to be in Vancouver for GeoWeb, please consider coming to
our local chapter meeting, only a few blocks away from GeoWeb on the
Tuesday evening. It's currently looking like it'll be fairly informal
given the number of confirmed attendees; couple presentations, chatting,
One thing I noticed from last year's conference was that there was not
nearly enough time booked in the venue. Conference centre staff were
waiting to clean the room when we were only about 2/3 done. And that
was with a social event booked directly after the AGM (which should have
caused it to
Have you looked at the fdo2fdo application? It's a windows-based command line
and GUI tool for transforming between FDO data sources:
FME's Safe Software also supports SDF if proprietary software is acceptable.
I'd strongly suggest moving
Ari Jomla wrote:
GDAL has feature style specification:
Hey, that's pretty cool. Almost JSON or WKT-like.
MapGuide has a similar XML-based stylization schema:
See Branding Guide, and also Trademark Guidelines.
I do like the idea of branded logos for members, sponsors, and
supporters though. I would prefer to see the white background be given
precedence on these though; the black (inverted) image should only be
I guess I'm assuming that Mateusz talked to Christopher before posting this?
Anyway, I'd certainly welcome this kind of service.
If there is community buy-in and Christopher isn't interested in setting it up,
I'd be happy to install it on osgeo2. I've worked with it a bit for an
I like the idea Mateusz.
I think I'd probably have to remove my blog from the list though, as I
sometimes blog about proprietary software as well :) How does this work for
the other planets; do they allow wishy-washy open source proponents like me?
I really think you are going to run into problems using the Shapefile
as part of the trademark or name for any product not sold by ESRI. I
strongly recommend against this move.
I'm not a lawyer, but I really doubt that shapefile is unique enough to
Yep, that's the idea :)
From: Ken Sanderson
Subject: SUSPECT: Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Canadian Chapter (call for
Should we just edit the wiki to add our selves to the interested list?
It looks like FOSS4G has resulted in an increase in local interest, one of the
very real benefits to hosting this great conference. As a result, a group of
folks here in BC are looking at putting together a local chapter.
If you're in British Columbia and interested in getting involved (heck,
Paul, was the same option / link provided for workshop and lab
instructors? It would be nice if some of them wanted to share their
From: Paul Ramsey
Subject: Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Presentation materials
They'll be found attached to the relevant
I think that it's a mistake to be thinking about how to spend
OSGeo's funds until we have a business model that ensures
sufficient income to cover our expenses.
We're still bootstrapping, but we're almost two years in and
are still heavily reliant on Autodesk's continued involvement.
spokanemaps.com is a site run by one of the MapGuide Open Source PSC
members, Andy Morsell. I'm sure if you ask on the MapGuide Users list
he'll be able to help you:
Hmm. That sounds like an oxymoron, but:
Discuss mailing list
And also they created MapGuide, which is the main impediment to me
being able to use http://basicmap.moi.gov.tw/ http://gis2.tccg.gov.tw/
Maybe you want to check whether these are old versions or the new
I think OSGeo should limit itself to providing a list of
service providers. I notice that Frank has emailed a
description of exactly that. I'm not sure if that was a
coincidence or related to this thread.
Happy coincidence. That little app has been brewing for a couple
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