[OSGeo-Discuss] GeoDataCamp 2010 in Greece
cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Fri Oct 29 11:48:17 PDT 2010
This sounds like a great event.
Would you like to present delegates with the OSGeo-Live DVD , which
contains 42 of the best geospatial applications, pre configured and
ready for testing.
They cost ~ $4 to $5 per person to print.
There is also a 25 minute presentation, with transcript, covering all
the applications on the DVD, which you may wish to make use of , and
On 29/10/10 23:31, Spiros Athanasiou wrote:
> Dear all,
> The first data camp for geodata in Greece is organized as a two day
> event (19&20/11) in the premises of NTUA, Athens, Greece. The goal of
> the event is simple: develop apps/services based on open geodata,
> discuss issues regarding open geodata in Greece, train volunteers in
> open geodata, and educate on open source GIS projects.
> The participation is open to anyone, and we are open to all possible
> contributions and ideas. There is no official schedule either! Since
> the event is held in parallel with a workshop regarding the Greek
> National Spatial Data Infrastructure, members of GeoDataCamp will have
> the opportunity to present their work and ideas to representatives
> from the public and private sector.
> GeoDataCamp 2010 is organized by geodata.gov.gr, the Hellenic Mapping
> and Cadastral Organization (www.okxe.gr), and is supported by the
> Prime Minister's Office for eGov (www.opengov.gr), the Ministry for
> Environment, Energy and Climate Change (www.ypeka.gr), and the Greek
> Free / Open Source Software Society (www.ellak.gr).
> For more info (in Greek), please check http://tinyurl.com/32fqh42.
> For non-Greek speakers, or for anyone that would like to attend, but
> cannot be in Athens at the time of the event, please send us your
> ideas or presentations at info at geodata.gov.gr.
> On behalf of geodata.gov.gr,
> Spiros Athanasiou
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