[OSGeo-Discuss] Fwd: March Issue of OSBR Available
dmcilhagga at dmsolutions.ca
Mon Mar 2 11:50:40 PST 2009
Thought this might be of interest to many of you. I was asked to be
guest editor for the geospatial edition of the Open Source Business
Resource monthly journal.
A big thank you to Paul Ramsey, Tyler Mitchell, Mark Lucas, Scott
Bortman, Andrew Ross, Haris Kurtagic and Geoff Zeiss for their
contributions to this effort. Some excellent papers that provide a
great perspective on the OSGeo world.
You can follow the links in the announcement to go to the website, or
you can get the PDF directly here:
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Dru Lavigne <dru at osbr.ca>
> Date: March 2, 2009 1:31:49 PM GMT-05:00
> To: Dru Lavigne <dru at osbr.ca>
> Subject: March Issue of OSBR Available
> The March issue of the Open Source Business Resource is now
> available in
> HTML and PDF formats at http://www.osbr.ca/ojs/index.php/osbr/issue/view/83
> The theme this month is "Geospatial" and the articles and authors
> Paul Ramsay, a Senior Consultant with OpenGeo, examines how
> geospatial open
> source provides an example of the market challenges of a mid-sized
> Tyler Mitchell, Executive Director of the Open Source Geospatial
> Foundation, discusses the factors needed to get open source geospatial
> products into the hands of users, the value of marketing open source
> projects, and the advantages provided by an open source ecoystem.
> Mark Lucas, a principal scientist at RadiantBlue Technologies Inc.,
> Scott Bortman, system architect and primary developer for the OMAR web
> processing system, introduce the OMAR web based system for archival,
> retrieval, processing, and distribution of geospatial assets.
> Andrew Ross, a Director within the Engineering team at Ingres,
> provides a
> primer on geospatial technology and discusses some of the lessons
> from Ingres' geospatial open source project.
> Haris Kurtagic, General Manager and Founder of SL-King, and Geoff
> Director of Technology at Autodesk, introduce a standards-based
> for providing geospatial web services.
> The editorial theme for the upcoming April issue of the OSBR is
> "Open APIs"
> and the guest editor will be Michael Weiss from Carleton University.
> me if you're interested in a submission.
> Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,
> Dru Lavigne
> Editor, Open Source Business Resource
> Open Source Business Resource
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