[OSGeo Africa] Fwd: [OSGeo-Standards] Call for feedback and ideas on OGC process, docs, and so forth!
gavin at afrispatial.co.za
Wed Jul 3 12:53:29 PDT 2013
anyone interested in standards and the OGC, please see below
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Subject: [OSGeo-Standards] Call for feedback and ideas on OGC process,
docs, and so forth!
Date: Wed, 3 Jul 2013 10:26:26 -0600
From: Carl Reed <creed at opengeospatial.org>
To: <standards at lists.osgeo.org>
Dear OSGeo -
Over the last several months, the OSGeo community provided significant
input into the OGC. This input included issues, concerns, and strengths
of the OGC processes and covered a range of topics ranging from better
public engagement, transparency, documentation, knowledge management and
We would like to continue the dialogue to improve the OGC with the goal
of enhancing the value of OGC contributions to the community and to our
Members. As part of this process, there are going to be a series of net
The "Ideas for OGC" (Ideas4OGC) effort aims to collect feedback, ideas,
critiques, and comments to help us develop and improve the OGC. After 3
successful members meetings this week we will now run 3 open public
meetings on 11^th July to hear the thoughts and ideas from both members
If you would like to participate please register here
*_Most importantly, if know people who should participate please forward
this email to them!_*
Registration details can be found here
with our public wiki.
We are looking forward to your contribution!
Carl Reed, PhD
CTO and Executive Director Standards Program
Open Geospatial Consortium
The OGC: Making Location Count!
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