[OSGeo-Discuss] re: question

José Antonio Canalejo Alonso jacanalejo at yahoo.es
Wed Nov 30 00:50:34 PST 2011

Hello David,
take a look at www.gvsigce.org. gvSIG CE is a community driven Open Source GIS project based on a version of gvSIG OADE bundled with SEXTANTE, GRASS GIS and SAGA. gvSIG CE will be develop with English as the only project language, for a more international community. 
A technical preview of the upcoming gvSIG Community Edition 1.0 is available for download here:
That is a zero-install distribution. Simply unpack it somewhere on your harddisk and start it.
To install Grass GIS and SAGA in the technical preview follow this instructions:
Markus, I'll try to update this link http://grass.osgeo.org/wiki/GRASS_and_Sextante Developers of Sextante and gvSIG OADE made a great work to make easier the use of Grass GIS and SAGA with Sextante in gvSIG CE.
Best regards!

José Antonio Canalejo Alonso
gvSIG CE Team 

>On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 12:27 AM, David Percy <percyd at pdx.edu> wrote:
> Our local open source gis (PDX-OSGEO) group partners 
with a regional
> conference (GIS in Action) each year to supply 
an open source "track"
> in the program. The last two years we've 
hosted a "open source GIS
> desktop smackdown", which is quite 
popular and fun.
> The last two years gvSig and Quantum have each 
won one year.
> gvSig + Sextante pretty much looks like it
 will do anything! get the
> Oxford Archaeology version...
 Quantum is great, it has tons of plugins, and ties into GRASS. I like
 the interface a lot, and I've used it for teaching for four years.

 can of course also combine

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