[OSGeo-Conf] Intergeo Update

Paul Ramsey pramsey at opengeo.org
Mon Sep 26 11:51:53 EDT 2011

+1. The energy that people see @ foss4g is from derived from that mix
of business folks seeing the new shiny (they don't have to understand
the details) and seeing geeks getting excited about it. And geeks (at
least me) can derive value from hearing how business people are
actually putting the stuff to use. I would hate to an attempt to
create an artificial cleavage in the community. It strikes me as
"let's set up another mailing list" thinking, a non-solution to a


On Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 8:43 AM, Karel Charvat <charvat at ccss.cz> wrote:
> I think, that it is important for both communities to meet each others, because for users is important to know, what is new in technologies and for developers I think, also feedback could be useful. I agree, that is good, if on some meetings only developers are discussing together but I think to sit together on some meetings users and developers together could be profit for both communities.

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