[OSGeo-Discuss] Help Collecting 2010 Annual Reports for the OSGeo Journal
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Fri Jun 3 10:53:11 PDT 2011
I will check the main wiki page and will update my tables using the
information found there. I look forward to getting the report from the
On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 8:17 PM, Jody Garnett <jody.garnett at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Jody wrote: "The OSGeo projects each have a project officer; this is
>> the official point of contact for the board - and for other committees
>> and osgeo activities such as the annual reports."
>> Thanks for letting me know. I wasn't aware of this. Do you know where
>> I find the list of project officers? Does the same thing apply to
>> sponsors and local chapters, or is this just for software projects?
> This is just for official projects; part of the graduation process is
> nominating a project officer to facilitate communication etc. I presume each
> committee has a chair you could contact in a similar capacity?
>> The people listed on the wiki page are already working on the journal
>> team and have some relationship with the chapter or software project.
>> The tables on the wiki page were intended to help the journal team
>> keep track of things related to the annual report, not to sow
>> widespread confusion among the other parts of OSGeo.
> No worries.
>> I'd like some help to figure out if I'm missing a software
>> project, sponsor, or local chapter from my list.
> Sorry for the miss understanding.
>> If there is another place to get that information, then I apologize
>> for pestering.
> My understanding is the main page of the wiki is good:
> - http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Main_Page
> It includes a link to the software projects (and the officer for each
> - http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Project_Steering_Committees
>> Please keep in mind that it is a major project to track
>> down annual report information from all our moving parts.
> I agree - a massive effort to try and track people down (thank you for the
> hard work).
> PS. I will see that the issue is raised in the GeoTools issue tracker and
> send you the link.
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