[OSGeo-Conf] Fwd: [OSGeo-UK] GISRUK sponsorship opportunities

Suchith Anand Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Thu Sep 22 06:49:17 EDT 2011

Hi Barry, Duncan,

I think it will be excellent if you can distribute OSGeo Live DVDs to all delegates of GISRUK 2012 conference. It will be useful for not only the workshop participants but also others who are attending the conference. Let us know your thoughts.

Best wishes,


From: Cameron Shorter [cameron.shorter at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2011 9:12 PM
To: conference_dev at lists.osgeo.org; Barry Rowlingson; Duncan Whyatt; Suchith Anand; Jo Cook; Joanne Cook
Subject: Re: [OSGeo-Conf] Fwd: [OSGeo-UK] GISRUK sponsorship opportunities

Barry, Duncan,
Will you be making use of the OSGeo-Live DVD at the GISUK conference?
http://live.osgeo.org contains close to 50 of the best geospatial open
source applications pre-installed with sample data ready for people to
test applications.

As has been done at previous geosptial conferences, I'd encourage you to
hand out the DVD to every delegate (costs a couple of dollars to print
each DVD), and the DVD can also be used in workshops.

If you can commit to using the OSGeo-Live DVD, then we can time our next
5.5 release to be ready for the conference. The publicity of the
conference will also be a strong motivator for developers to spend extra
time tweaking applications and tutorials which in turn will be good for
the conference.

PS Anyone else on this list know of other upcoming geospatial
conferences that the geospatial team should be planning for?
I'd like to factor these into our OSGeoLive schedule here:

On 21/09/11 04:03, Seven (aka Arnulf) wrote:
> more conferences Open Source Geospatial...
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [OSGeo-UK] GISRUK sponsorship opportunities
> Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2011 16:28:05 +0100
> From: Barry Rowlingson<b.rowlingson at lancaster.ac.uk>
> To: uk<uk at lists.osgeo.org>, "Whyatt, Duncan"<d.whyatt at lancaster.ac.uk>
> Hi UK OSGeo people,
>   The GISRUK 2011 conference is being held at Lancaster this year, and
> there's burgeoning interest in open-source geo in all its
> manifestations. Tyler Mitchell is giving a keynote, and Faunalia are
> running a pre-conference workshop. And I'm on the committee.
>   The usual corporate big names are already signed up as sponsors, but
> it would be great to get some more "open-source-compatible" sponsors
> in the spotlight. This is an ideal opportunity to show young
> researchers that there's more out there than the big GIS packages they
> are introduced to in their courses...
>   If your organisation or one you know might be interested in
> sponsoring the premier UK GIS research conference, please get in touch
> directly with Duncan Whyatt, the local committee chair:
> <d.whyatt at lancaster.ac.uk>
>   Conference website for further info: http://www.lancs.ac.uk/gisruk2012/
> Barry
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