[OSGeo-Discuss] how many open source gis in the world

Gavin Fleming GavinF at mintek.co.za
Wed Jul 18 23:30:56 PDT 2007

Another good listing is http://www.opensourcegis.org/ 

And a good review is the 'white paper' on the state of open source GIS:


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[mailto:discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Tim Bowden
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On Wed, 2007-07-18 at 18:46 -0700, broad sky wrote:
> Hi Ciao Jeroen:
>            Thank you .I don't want to kown how much these applications
> are used around the world.I want to know how many open source gis
> softwares have been developed around the world and information about
> these softwares such as supported OS ,develope language etc.
> Broad Sky

In that case Jeroen's suggestion of seeing http://freegis.org is your
best bet.  You will have to do some trawling through the site to collate
the info you want because I don't think it's summarised anywhere. You
may be in for a bigger job than you realise because there is /lots/ of
open source gis software.  There's plenty of obscure stuff along with
the mainstay apps so you may want to set some discrimination criteria to
make the job manageable.

Tim Bowden

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