[Belgium] OSGeo track at Begeo, 19/3
winfixit at gmail.com
Mon Feb 4 05:13:48 PST 2019
I can do an OSM-talk, but not sure what you expect from it. General
introduction to JOSM in fifteen minutes? Showcase the PT_Assistant plugin,
I mentored during the past 3 GSoCs? That would come 'naturally'.
Or should it be a lot more general than that? I feel far less capable of
giving a general talk about OSM...
On Mon, Feb 4, 2019 at 1:57 PM Moritz Lennert <mlennert at club.worldonline.be>
> No one ?
> It would be good if we had someone from business. And what about OSM,
> any volunteers ?
> On 24/01/19 15:22, Moritz Lennert wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > We will have a 1h15 track at Begeo. This represents half a track, the
> > other half being reserved for the Polivisu project.
> > As discussed at our New Year's meeting, I would suggest a programme for
> > our track that highlights specific usage of foss4g in different societal
> > sectors: business, administration and academia. So, I think we should
> > have 3 talks, each of about 15 minutes. I would then suggest a fourth
> > talk about open data. This could possibly be an OSM talk if someone from
> > the OSM community is available. Another option for the fourth talk would
> > be a general introduction of OSGeo, including OSGeo-Live style overview
> > of the different solutions available under the umbrella of the
> > Who would be willing to give one of these talks ? Gaël has signalled
> > that he could present something about the use of foss4g in
> > administrations. I would present the academic and teaching perspective.
> > But both of us are more than willing to leave the slot to someone else
> > if interested.
> > Please let me know ASAP, as Begeo needs our programme fairly soon.
> > As a reminder: Begeo will take place on March 19 at Brussels Expo. Our
> > track will be either just before, or just after the lunch break.
> > Moritz
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