Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] idea for an OSGeo project -- a new, open data format

2007-11-17 Thread Luis W. Sevilla
Hi, +1 for GML with BXML encoding as next open standard. GML 3.* with his ability to be 'profiled' seems to be on the base of almost all and every OGC norm being proposed on last 2-3 years. As Rob Atkinson said to me, BXML may be an encoding for GML, in a way no standard needs to be modifyed to

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] idea for an OSGeo project -- a new, open data format

2007-11-19 Thread Luis W. Sevilla
on it here: http://www.ogcnetwork.net/node/189 (schema and examples) I think it's slightly different (simpler and geometry harmonized with GeoRSS GML) than what's at http://www.cubewerx.com/web/guest/bxml, but the idea is the same. --- Raj On Nov 17, 2007, at 2:08 PM, Luis W. Sevilla wrote: Hi

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] idea for an OSGeo project -- a new, open data format

2007-11-20 Thread Luis W. Sevilla
17 November 2007 08:08:08 pm Luis W. Sevilla wrote: Hi, +1 for GML with BXML encoding as next open standard. GML 3.* with his ability to be 'profiled' seems to be on the base of almost all and every OGC norm being proposed on last 2-3 years. As Rob Atkinson said to me, BXML may be an encoding

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Time In GIS - Requested Updates Made

2007-12-24 Thread Luis W. Sevilla
Hi Landon, maybe you'll find usefull also some of the OGC works. For instanc the paper 06-022r1 Temporal Standard Recomendations, greetings Luis Landon Blake wrote: I made updates and/or corrections to the wiki page for Time In GIS requested by Brent Fraser and Grant Pezeshki.

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Re: FOSS4GIS business models

2008-01-04 Thread Luis W. Sevilla
Hi Gilberto (and list), only a couple of notes Gilberto Camara wrote: Dear OSGEO Discussion List members: Paul Ramsey´s remarks are right on target. First, GIS is a large arena and there are different motivations for developers, that prevent them from joining a single project such as

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Re: [Discuss] Letter of support for FGDC CAP grant

2008-03-11 Thread Luis W. Sevilla
Sorry Chris, I'm getting an error 404 with your link. best regards Luis Chris Holmes wrote: So it looks like we got this: http://www.fgdc.gov/grants/2007CAP/Category2/07HQAG-NY Thanks to everyone for your support, and for the letter from OSGeo, I'm sure it helped our application.

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Software Copyright ownership

2009-12-14 Thread Luis W. Sevilla
Hi, one thing must be taken in account, IMHO. If I'm not wrong OSGeo is an USA foundation (is registered in the States, and must follow his laws, of course. As USA maintains a commercial embargo to Cuba [1], it seems there are a lot of things in technology fields restricted to American

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Software Copyright ownership

2009-12-17 Thread Luis W. Sevilla
(Sorry if duplicated. it doesn't seem to be arrived first time) Hi, one thing must be taken in account, IMHO. If I'm not wrong OSGeo is an USA foundation (is registered in the States, and must follow his laws, of course. As USA maintains a commercial embargo to Cuba [1], it seems there are a

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] Question about FOSS4G Business Models

2009-12-18 Thread Luis W. Sevilla
Hi As I have some perspective about gvSIG (I was directly involved last 6 years), I may suggest you to contact directly with people in charge of the project both in main founder and two main contractors: CIT (Generalitat Valenciana): Martín García or Gabriel Carrión IVER: Pepe Vidal or Alvaro

Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] OSGEO code

2009-12-22 Thread Luis W. Sevilla
Hi Jo, I agree, but It seems EPSG:3785 it's the official code for Spherical/Web Mercator so it should be the one on this updated spec. http://www.spatialreference.org/ref/epsg/3785/ , http://www.iter.dk/post/2008/05/SphericalWeb-Mercator-EPSG-code-3785.aspx I'm looking for authority