[OSGeo-Discuss] FOSS4G e-primer first draft
shgeo at online.de
Mon Nov 12 05:51:51 PST 2007
I think your e-primer gives a good introduction into the world of FOSS4G
- thank you!
If you're searching for a very comprehensive overview of GIS-related
open source projects, have a look at freegis.org .
Currently there are 376 listed projects:
* category software: 325
* cat. Geo-Data: 23
* cat. Documents: 19
* and 9 other projects.
Franck Martin schrieb:
> Hi all,
> I'm releasing a very raw first draft on an e-primer on FOSS4G I'm
> writing. This e-primer should eventually be included in the e-primer
> list from www.iosn.net <http://www.iosn.net>. The work is carried out
> from the Pacific Islands node of IOSN. I did some announcements a
> while back on this list.
> As I say this is still a very raw draft, but I'd like some early
> comments. My goals is not to explain how to do GIS/RS but give enough
> pointers on what is out there so that people feel that the field is
> mature and that they feel confident to use FOSS4G professionally.
> -I'd like to know if I have forgotten any application
> -I'm looking for writers for the two missing chapters
> -I have started to request one or two forewords from people involved
> in the community
> English is not my first language, so do not worry about it yet.
> Any contribution in the form of added paragraphs is most welcome.
> These contributors will be acknowledged in the draft.
> I'm planning to have a complete draft by end of the month. We have a
> GIS/RS conference here (cf www.picisoc.org <http://www.picisoc.org>)
> and I'd like a draft ready by then.
> Where to get the first draft?
> Franck Martin
> franck.martin at gmail.com <mailto:franck.martin at gmail.com>
> "Toute connaissance est une réponse à une question"
> G. Bachelard
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