cerruti.marco at gmail.com
Thu Jul 12 00:46:05 PDT 2007
the Italian GI community I collaborate with (www.freegis-italia.org) can
help you and your appreciated blog too.
We are active since january 2006 as a collaborative website on geographic
information, writing news on standards, software, geodata and ongoing
GI projects. We have just agreed to give a hand translating in english, and
then send to you, our future posts of international relevance. Our
contibution could be mainly on standards and software, so topics on which
discussion can go beyond Italian national borders.
Please contact us at info at freegis-italia.org
2007/7/11, Alexandre Leroux <alexandre.leroux at ec.gc.ca>:
> Hi Cory and Paulo,
> I'm Alex, the main Slashgeo enthusiast (aka Satri). I confirm I'd like
> to revive the site. I am planning to post a "call to collaborators" in
> the coming days on the slashgeo.org site. Because that's really what I
> need: share the fun of aggregating geonews to feed the site on a daily
> basis :-)
> If I succeed in gathering 4 or more contributors, the task should be
> easy and not require too much time to any single individual. One
> contributor could easily focus on only one topic, say open source
> webmapping products, geospatial standards or GPS stuff, thus not
> spending too much time to feed Slashgeo.
> I plan to spend some more efforts in the coming weeks and will try my
> best, if I fail, then I'll let the site slide into oblivion. I still
> believe Slashgeo was useful to many within the community and that it can
> have a great future :-)
> If anyone on the list wants to join me in this great adventure, you're
> welcomed! You can also learn more about the situation on slashgeo.org's
> last post.
> Alexandre Leroux, M.Sc., Ing.
> Environnement Canada / Environment Canada
> Centre météorologique canadien / Canadian Meteorological Centre
> Division de la réponse aux urgences environnementales /
> Environmental Emergency Response Division
> alexandre.leroux at ec.gc.ca
> Paulo Marcondes wrote:
> > 2007/7/10, Cory Horner <chorner at refractions.net>:
> >> ...is going down
> >> Any attempts to rescue/salvage it?
> >> Perhaps OSGeo could help bail it out financially, and some volunteers
> >> might take up the administration side?
> > Cory, Satri, the site owner, has clearly stated that the issue is that
> > publishing the site is taking time from his famuly.
> > He would like to have some other editors to work with him.
> Discuss mailing list
> Discuss at lists.osgeo.org
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