[OSGeo-Discuss] kicked the ESRI habit,now weening from Bentley MicroStation..looking toward FOSS4G
Bob.Basques at ci.stpaul.mn.us
Wed Oct 29 09:12:53 PDT 2008
What's all that stuff in there about managed and un-managed supposed to describe? Seems to be somewhat out of date. I think I would start over with the whole bottom section.
Another thing with this page is, I wouldn't feel comfortable goin g in there and changing anything without knowing the details about each package listed. I think a different approach is needed that reflects each package more directly. I'm involved in the GeoMoose project for Example, which is a WebFront for MapServer ( and will be using OpenLayers LIBs in the near future as well). I would prefer to describe each package separately along with how they interact. Possibly as a spreadsheet to begin with.
Is this approariate for this page, or in some other ??
>>> "Markus Neteler" <neteler at osgeo.org> 10/29/08 11:03 AM >>>
On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 4:56 PM, Judit Mays <mays at lat-lon.de> wrote:
> pyroGIS schrieb:
>> Fellow listers,
>> Where I'm wondering about going next is down
>> the whole Web Mapping road. What are your opinions on GeoServer vs.
>> MapServer vs. OpenLayers? Those seem to get the most love from the OS
>> community ... should I skip worldKit? what about deegree?
> Hello Joe,
> if you are interested in a large community you might find MapServer and
> GeoServer more appealing than deegree. I can't say much more about the
> first two, as I've never used either. But there has been a presentation
> comparing GeoServer and MapServer at the last FOSS4G. You will probably
> find the slides online.
Suggestion - what about getting this page updated with comments
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Don't hesitate to modify the Wiki page!
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