[OSGeo-Discuss] UK networking meeting idea - can we get the ball rolling?
mikesaunt at astuntechnology.com
Mon Mar 20 05:06:23 PST 2006
I'd be more than happy to meet up - we use MapServer to server maps with our
web services and also in a packaged solution that is gaining traction in the
local government arena.
Also Oxford is OK with me if needed...
Astun Technology Ltd, Global House, Epsom, Surrey KT18 5AD
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From: SteveC [mailto:steve at asklater.com]
Sent: 20 March 2006 12:38
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Cc: mblackmore at oxlug.org
Subject: Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] UK networking meeting idea - can we get the
* @ 15/03/06 06:12:51 PM mblackmore at oxlug.org wrote:
> Someone suggested that us Brits (as a 30 year expat Canuck I probably
> count as such by now...) should meet up.
> I'd like to start up this thread to see if we can organise a venue and
> As a total and utter newbie in GIS and geospatial wotsit I'd be
> interested in meeting other people with the intention of some shameless
> brain picking and scrounging of help, data and so forth, for the local
> environmental and community project I've said I'd volunteer to help out
> I'm deeply ideologically comitted to open source computing etc. having
> been a linux/xBSD user for, erk, 12 or so years. Linux Users Groups have
> been a great resource for people finding their way into that operating
> system, particularly in the days before training courses existed. Open
> source stuff like geo data systems would benefit, perhaps, from
> emulating such a model...??
> Still not very expert at linux though - quite a shallow user! Without
> suse and yast I'm lost...
> Who wants to try and get things going for networking?
Yup I'd be up for it. OSM has events coming up too
> Somewhere easy and cheap to get too. As I've had to take early
> retirement and have 8 and 3yr old kids I'm main carer of, my income is
> sorely limited and my time constrained. So Oxford would be great!! Hint.
Oxford's fine for me.
SteveC steve at asklater.com http://www.asklater.com/steve/
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