[OSGeo-Discuss] OsGeo representative in the Boulder, CO area... GeoScience IT/CS/FOSS Assembly Workshop (Steve Richard)
percyd at pdx.edu
Sat Mar 1 16:48:16 PST 2014
> Hi Steve, I'll be attending on Thurs/Fri, looking forward to seeing you
> Our local chapter of OSGeo is hosting FOSS4G this year, so we can chat
> about opportunities for highlighting the open source aspects of Earthcube...
> From: Steve Richard <steve.richard at azgs.az.gov>
>> To: "discuss at lists.osgeo.org" <discuss at lists.osgeo.org>
>> Cc: Anna Katz <anna.katz at azgs.az.gov>
>> Subject: [OSGeo-Discuss] OsGeo representative in the Boulder, CO
>> area... GeoScience IT/CS/FOSS Assembly Workshop
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>> Its short notice, but I noticed that there's no rep from OsGeo invited to
>> this workshop (http://earthcube.org/page/workshops, see 'IT/CS/FOSS
>> Assembly Workshop' heading). I'm very interested in more awareness of OsGeo
>> software in the academic community, especially so that the community starts
>> building on existing projects more often. After all geoscience is
>> If there are any knowledgeable OsGeo evangelists in the Boulder area who
>> might be able to attend, it would be useful for both the NSF community and
>> Some info about the workshop-
>> The goal of this workshop is to facilitate communication, collaboration,
>> and coordination for communities to interact with each other to achieve
>> individual goals, and how your goals might align with the goals of
>> EarthCube, ... a National Science Foundation initiative for the development
>> of a community-driven cyberinfrastructure framework to understand and
>> predict responses of the Earth as a system...
>> March 5-7, 2014 at the Millennium Harvest House in Boulder, Colorado..
>> ... meeting times are 8:30am to 5:00pm Wednesday and Thursday, and 8:30am
>> to noon on Friday.
>> If you have any questions regarding the workshop, contact
>> steve.richard at azgs.az.gov, or one of project coordinators,
>> anna.katz at azgs.az.gov or rachael.black at azgs.az.gov.
>> Stephen M Richard
>> Arizona Geological Survey
>> 416 W. Congress #100
>> Tucson, AZ
>> AZGS: 520-770-3500
>> Office: 520-209-4127
>> FAX: 520-770-3505
> David Percy ("Percy")
> -Geospatial Data Manager
> -Web Map Wrangler
> -GIS Instructor
> Portland State University
David Percy ("Percy")
-Geospatial Data Manager
-Web Map Wrangler
Portland State University
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