ProPublica has a story from yesterday about a review of plans on
government transparency from United States federal agencies. It looks
like the agencies that deal with a lot of geospatial data scored the
best. This includes NASA, Department of Housing and Urban Development,
and the EPA:
Hi Mike, Bruce,
We went to that discussion a couple of year ago, and by that time there was some strong opinion
against storing raster data on databases, but it look like time has changed things a little bit. Am
I right to say that? I can see basically three reasons for that.
1. Data volume.