Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] kicked the ESRI habit, now weening from Bentley MicroStation..looking toward FOSS4G

2008-10-29 Thread Markus Neteler
On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 4:56 PM, Judit Mays [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: pyroGIS schrieb: Fellow listers, Where I'm wondering about going next is down the whole Web Mapping road. What are your opinions on GeoServer vs. MapServer vs. OpenLayers? Those seem to get the most love from the OS

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] kicked the ESRI habit,now weening from Bentley MicroStation..looking toward FOSS4G

2008-10-29 Thread Bob Basques
Markus, What's all that stuff in there about managed and un-managed supposed to describe? Seems to be somewhat out of date. I think I would start over with the whole bottom section. Another thing with this page is, I wouldn't feel comfortable goin g in there and changing anything without

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] kicked the ESRI habit,now weening from Bentley MicroStation..looking toward FOSS4G

2008-10-29 Thread Frank Warmerdam
Bob Basques wrote: Markus, What's all that stuff in there about managed and un-managed supposed to describe? Seems to be somewhat out of date. I think I would start over with the whole bottom section. Another thing with this page is, I wouldn't feel comfortable goin g in there and changing

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] kicked the ESRI habit, now weening from Bentley MicroStation..looking toward FOSS4G

2008-10-29 Thread Markus Neteler
Bob, all, On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 5:12 PM, Bob Basques [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Markus, What's all that stuff in there about managed and un-managed supposed to describe? Seems to be somewhat out of date. I think I would start over with the whole bottom section. sounds good! :) In

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] kicked the ESRI habit, now weening from Bentley MicroStation..looking toward FOSS4G

2008-10-29 Thread Eric Wolf
grin I'm about to submit my abstract to the AAG conference on comparing available distributed geospatial technologies for the USGS National Map. Of course, I haven't really even started the footwork... I'd be very interested to see other people's benchmarks. -Eric On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 10:55

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] kicked the ESRI habit, now weening from Bentley MicroStation..looking toward FOSS4G

2008-10-29 Thread Eric Wolf
I'll have to run that by the boss. Since you are tied to CISG, it'll be easier. I am supposed to be presenting in Ming Tsou's session Internet GIS, Virtual Globes, and related Cartographic Research. -Eric On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 11:38 AM, Alex Mandel [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote: Eric Wolf wrote:

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] kicked the ESRI habit, now weening from Bentley MicroStation..looking toward FOSS4G

2008-10-29 Thread Alex Mandel
Hmm, I went to that session last year and ran into Ming Tsou several times throughout the conference, maybe I can work out some sort of collaboration with him, so that if you don't switch sessions we can at least announce each others sessions and do PR together. Thanks, Alex Eric Wolf wrote:

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] kicked the ESRI habit, now weening from Bentley MicroStation..looking toward FOSS4G

2008-10-28 Thread Lucena, Ivan
Hi Joe, I've been researching OS for about one year now and have seen the light. Also with an anticipated move outside of the United States soon (Brazil, Italy, Greece or Australia), I think having the skills to I think I'll leave my rant at that for now - I am also interested in

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] kicked the ESRI habit, now weening from Bentley MicroStation..looking toward FOSS4G

2008-10-28 Thread Bob Basques
Joe, From the municipal mapping side of things I would suggest you take a look at GeoMoose as a Web Front end. It hooks to MapServer currently, and future versions will be using the OpenLayers LIB for the Mapping aspects. It was designed from the ground up to facilitate publishing for the