[OSGeo-Discuss] Deadline for Annual Report
Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo)
tmitchell at osgeo.org
Wed Feb 18 10:31:41 PST 2009
Hi, I'm hoping for a March 6th deadline for the Annual Report
This email is a follow up from the earlier note (below) and also
cc:'ing those listed as primary contact on the Annual Report wiki page:
We're ready to start receiving annual reports. I would like to have
all the reports in the next 3 weeks, sooner if at all possible.
Please let me know if this is impossible for you, otherwise the
deadline is March 6th.
I have posted a template to follow:
You are welcome to add much more to your article than the template
describes, but please follow the formatting notes in that wiki page.
If you are not using the wiki to submit your report, please follow
this style as best as possible in the rendered HTML. Ultimately, it
will be imported into LaTeX and the more consistent the inputs are,
the easier it will be to handle.
I've named the page, for consistency, where your report will reside.
Please do not alter it unless absolutely necessary. If you are not
able to edit the wiki for whatever reason, you can email your report
to me directly (wiki or text formatting preferred).
I'm looking forward to learning much more about all the local
chapter, project and committee work that happen last year and being
able to share this with others are just as interested.
On 5-Feb-09, at 12:17 PM, Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo) wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> The 2007 OSGeo Annual Report was a great success and it's time
> to do it all again. I started up a wiki page listing the primary
> contacts for each project, committee, chapter and sponsor:
> If you are involved with one and see that the wrong person is
> named, or someone is missed, could you please let me know. I will
> send out more information to each of the main contacts shortly.
> Also, if you are interested in helping to prepare/collect or format
> the entries for the compilation, let me know. You will get credit
> as a section Editor for that issue of the Journal :) I learned a
> lot compiling last years and it should go much smoother this time
> The annual report is the main reporting venue for OSGeo projects,
> committees and local chapters. It's the opportunity for newcomers,
> potential sponsors and users in general to see, in one location,
> where things have been moving. It is also valuable as a record of
> history for the organisation, so I hope we can make it another
> great one.
> You can see the 2007 report (and previous OSGeo Journal issues) here:
>  http://www.osgeo.org/ojs
> Best wishes,
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