[OSGeo-Discuss] Looking for OSGeo Slide Show/Presentation Material

Jacolin Yves yjacolin at free.fr
Wed Aug 27 00:04:24 PDT 2008

Le Wednesday 27 August 2008 02:12:10 Landon Blake, vous avez écrit :
> Thanks Aaron. I will look trough your presentations.
> Landon

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> [mailto:discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Aaron Racicot
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> Material
> Landon,
> I keep a few presentations (some focusing on OSGeo, but all open source
> related) archived at:
> http://www.reprojected.com/geoblog/presentations/
> feel free to grab whatever you might find useful.
> Aaron
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> [mailto:discuss-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Landon Blake
> Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2008 3:01 PM
> To: OSGeo Discussions
> Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] Looking for OSGeo Slide Show/Presentation
> Material
> I've been invited to give a presentation on OSGeo at the local GIS user
> group and my company has agreed to cover my time out of the office.
> (They even offered to sponsor the refreshments for the meeting.)
> I was hoping some other OSGeo members have done similar presentations.
> If anyone has material on the basics of the OSGeo (the organizations
> history, its goals, its structure) they would let me use in my own
> presentation I would really appreciate it.
> The presentation will be on October 23, 2008 in Jackson, California, if
> any nearby OSGeo members are interested in attending. (I'd welcome help
> with the presentation.)
> I'm hoping I can use the presentation to generate some more interest in
> OSGeo among local GIS users. I might also try to use it to kick-start a
> California or Central California OSGeo Chapter.
> The best part of this whole deal is the user group used to be dedicated
> to ESRI software. ESRI stopped sponsoring the local user groups so now
> they can have a wider variety of speakers. I've often wondered who in
> ESRI's marketing department made the decision to kill support for the
> local user groups...
> Landon
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Maybe you can check the OSGeo libray (hide somewhere) : 

Yves Jacolin

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