[OSGeo-Discuss] Remote Sensing vs OSGeo

Mohammed Rashad mohammedrashadkm at gmail.com
Sun Nov 20 19:15:06 PST 2011

Dear Frans Thamura,
I am very much interested in heavy weight applications regarding Remote
Sensing. but no one is asking for such application and I think almost all
application are developed already and Remote Sensing people dont need any
new application. Like ESRI we have GRASS GIS which support remote sensing
and tons of gis application. I had taken a course on "Remote Sensing" as a
part of my MS degree

On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 8:33 AM, Frans Thamura <frans at meruvian.org> wrote:

> hi all
> i am part of the remote sensing GIS community (which i believe quiet big
> with 4000 members), and their topic mostly in high level, like cellular
> automata, shp, ESRI...
> and people talk related about how to implement X with. Y software.. and i
> see ESRI like lead several topic...
> imagine that user level GIS only 4000, vs to Java community member in JUG
> Indonesia (which i lead), have 4500 member.
> the question is
> i want to grow OsGeo member here...which just 41 member now.
> in theory, we can only bring from RSGIS member (4000) to GIS community
> OsGEO-ID..
> but i see also from FOSS4G Japan, mostly there are user rather programmer,
> when most of the people i met are doing programming also...but not
> heavyweight programmer.
> can glue my problem ?
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   Mohammed Rashad K M
   M.S. (By Research) student
   Lab for Spatial Informatics
   Department of CSE
   International Institute of Information Technology
   Hyderabad, India
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