[OSGeo-Discuss] Webcasts of OSGIS 2009

Christian Willmes c.willmes at uni-koeln.de
Thu Jul 16 12:01:35 PDT 2009


Thanks to a WinXP VM, I got out the URLs of the video streams. :-)

They are as follows:
OSGIS 2009 Introduction:

Conference Welcome

Ordnance Survey and its Open Source developments

and so on...
The trick is, it is the URL of the PopUp Window (opened after clicking
the 'Launch' button), but substitude 'player.HTM' by 'video1.wmv'.

The video stream can be played for example with Kaffeine (at least on my
Ubuntu Jaunty Box).


Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo) schrieb:
> > We are pleased to make available the webcasts of presentations (Stream
> > 1) of The First Open Source GIS UK Conference at Centre for Geospatial
> > Science  at http://www.opensourcegis.org.uk/    for the benefit of the
> > wider GIS community.
> Great to hear Suchith!
> If anyone finds a way to play these on Linux, I'm sure a few of us
> would be interested.
> Tyler
> Suchith Anand wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> The key aims of OSGIS conference series is to:
>> *    act as a focus for open source GIS research
>> *    to provide platform to network and develop ideas for future
>> collaborative work in open source GIS
>> *    to hear presentations from government, academic, industry and
>> policy makers on open source geospatial technologies
>> *    to understand current developments in open source GIS
>> We also congratulate the winners of  the Open Source GIS UK Conference
>> Awards 2009.
>> CGS Best Presentation winner for OSGIS 2009 is
>> Mapping Future Climate : A Case Study for the Deployment of the Open
>> Source Geo-stack in Scalable Web-based Applications Philip James,
>> Simon Abele, David Alderson,Stephen Pascoe, Ag Stephens Newcastle
>> University, and British Atmospheric Data Centre, Rutherford
>> Labs, UK
>> CGS Best Presentation runner up prize for OSGIS 2009 SEXTANTE - The
>> free geoprocessing library Victor Olaya, University of Extremadura,
>> Caceres, Spain
>> CGS Best Presentation runner up prize for OSGIS 2009
>> An introduction to Mapwindow Dr Daniel Ames, Idaho State University, USA
>> The Wiley BlackWell prizes for best full paper prizes are awarded to the
>> following papers
>> Development of Sensor Web Applications with Open Source Software Arne
>> Broring,Eike Hinderk Jurrens, and Simon Jirka from 52  North and
>> Christoph Stasch from the Institute for Geoinformatics, University of
>> Muenster.
>> The SDIlight OSGEO stack at ITC Barend Kobben, Rob Lemmens, Javier
>> Morales, Rolf de By, Theodor Foerster
>> International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth
>> Observation (ITC),Enschede, The Netherlands.
>> Visualising Alternative Futures using Open Source technologies
>> William Cartwright , RMIT University, Australia
>> Congratulations to all winners... Well Done...
>> Once again we thank the GIS Community for the fantastic support provided
>> to us on this initiative and we look forward to your active
>> participation for OSGIS 2010. Please email me if you or your
>> organisation are interested in being involved in OSGIS Conference
>> Series.
>> Best wishes,
>> Suchith Anand
>> Dr Suchith Anand
>> Centre for Geospatial Science
>> Sir Clive Granger Building
>> University of Nottingham
>> Tel: (0)115 846 8408
>> http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cgs/cgs_suchith_anand.html
>> http://www.opensourcegis.org.uk/ http://ica-opensource.scg.ulaval.ca/
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