[OSGeo-Discuss] R: Discuss Digest, Vol 58, Issue 24

agatalotauro at libero.it agatalotauro at libero.it
Sat Oct 29 23:58:54 PDT 2011


Thanks for your e.mail and feed-back.

Just 3 links:

(just 3 examples?... maybe more... )

Ad maiora,


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>Today's Topics:
>   1. SPAM on OSGeo website (Yves Jacolin (free))
>   2. USA: Speak Up For Geography (Frank Warmerdam)
>Message: 1
>Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2011 16:34:18 +0200
>From: "Yves Jacolin (free)" <yjacolin at free.fr>
>Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] SPAM on OSGeo website
>To: OSGeo Discussions <discuss at lists.osgeo.org>
>Message-ID: <201110291634.18231.yjacolin at free.fr>
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>Following the francophone QGIS days this week I am adding presentation files 
>the OSgeo library.
>I find this item which looks like spam [1] (links to external website). I 
>unpublished it but can we also block the user (smebs). 
>If you think this is not spam (but seems quiet obvious to me), we can 
>it again.
>[1] https://www.osgeo.org/node/1213/edit
>Yves Jacolin
>Message: 2
>Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2011 13:39:21 -0700
>From: Frank Warmerdam <warmerdam at pobox.com>
>Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] USA: Speak Up For Geography
>To: OSGeo <discuss at lists.osgeo.org>
>Message-ID: <4EAC6479.7020608 at pobox.com>
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>Those of us in America with an interest in promoting geography education in
>schools might like to take action on the "Teaching Geography is Fundamental
>Act" in the US congress.  I received the following message at info at osgeo.
>Join the public campaign "Speak Up For Geography: The 10,000 Letter
>Challenge". As a leader in the geospatial industry, your support of
>geography education in K-12 schools is needed now more than ever.
>The goal of the 10,000 Letter Challenge is simple: to send 10,000 letters
>to Congress in support of the bipartisan Teaching Geography is Fundamental
>(TGIF) Act by November 18, 2011. This date marks the ending of Geography
>Awareness Week 2011 and the last day of the Congressional session before
>the Thanksgiving recess. It's easy to send letters to your Members of
>Congress at http://speakupforgeography.org.
>Show your support for geography education: Let Congress know that the
>Teaching Geography is Fundamental Act is important to you. Ask others to
>join the Challenge by blogging, podcasting, and tweeting about
>SpeakUpForGeography.org. Post the widget on your website. Spread the
>message that the time to act is now!
>Best regards,
>I set the clouds in motion - turn up   | Frank Warmerdam, warmerdam at pobox.
>light and sound - activate the windows | http://pobox.com/warmerda
>and watch the world go round - Rush    | Geospatial Software Developer
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