[OSGeo-Discuss] Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual
hmitaso at unity.ncsu.edu
Wed Oct 17 15:59:20 EDT 2007
I am planning to submit a paper (and I will check with others in the
growing OSGeo community here in Triangle who may be planning to go
too) - I think an organized session (or two) would be great if there
is still time to propose it and I can certainly help with the booth.
Also I am wondering about getting some of the Google SOC students
those who did not get a chance to be in Victoria - maybe Google could
support their travel?
We had two very nice projects that would fit very well with this
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On Oct 17, 2007, at 2:57 PM, Allan Doyle wrote:
> Chris Schmidt is starting up OSGeo Boston, and this would be a
> great project for us to do. We're having our first meeting tonight,
> we can put it on the agenda!
> On Oct 17, 2007, at 13:30 , Alex Mandel wrote:
>> I think this is a great opportunity for OSGeo to reach a wider
>> audience of general users.
>> As and organization I think we should consider having a 'vendor'
>> booth in the exhibit hall, running a workshop, and maybe an
>> organized session.
>> I'll volunteer to help with whatever we pick to do.
>> The meeting is April 15-19 2008 in Boston, but paper submission
>> are due by the end of this month. Note, they make you pay for the
>> conference before you submit because you are guaranteed to talk(as
>> far as I can tell).
>> Call for Papers
>> 2008 Annual Meeting of the AAG
>> The AAG Annual Meeting accepts all submitted abstracts for
>> presentation. If you have any questions about these guidelines
>> please direct them to Oscar Larson at meeting at aag.org.
>> Abstracts must be submitted online at www.aag.org/annualmeeting
>> between August 1, 2007, and October 31, 2007.
>> * Presentations
>> * Abstracts
>> * Organized Sessions
>> * Program Committee Organized Sessions
>> * Requirements for Participation
>> * Enrichment Funds
>> * Workshops & Field Trips
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