[OSGeo-Discuss] OSGeo-fr will be present at the Paris Open Source Summit!

Cameron Shorter cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Sat Nov 14 10:52:58 PST 2015

Hi Yves,
People from your French OSGeo team have also translated many of the 
OSGeo-Live pages too:

There are still a number still to translate, if you have some 
translators available and willing.

Also, will you be making use of OSGeo-Live at any of these future 
events? Maybe handing out USBs or DVDs?
If so, please let us know so we can add its use to our OSGeo-Live 
history page:

On 15/11/2015 4:19 am, Yves Jacolin wrote:
> OSGeo-fr, which is the french speaking representation of the OSGeo Foundation,
> will hold a booth at the Paris Open Source Summit (POSS). This is an
> opportunity for us to present you geospatial project, hosted or not within the
> foundation, our work to translate documentation and website and finally our
> futur events organized by the association.
> User or editor of open source geospatial solutions, are welcome to talk with
> us on our booth: what are your contributions plan? your future projects? How
> do you see the market of open source geomatics and its evolution? Would you
> like to join or sponsor the legal association OSGeo-fr? Or just to go to talk
> with us: be all welcome on the OSGeo-fr booth!
> OSGeo-fr will organize several events in the coming months: meeting of QGIS
> users in Montpellier on 10 and 11 of December, FOSS4G-fr, the meeting of open
> source softwares and data  geospatial will be held in 2016. OSGeo-fr also
> works on the translation of the documentation of the QGIS, MapServer, PostGIS,
> GeoServer and GDAL-OGR projects!
> '''About OSGeo-fr'''
> The French speaking association, OSGeo-fr, is the representation of the Open
> Source Geospatial Foundation whose mission is to support and promote the
> collaborative development of open geospatial data and technologies. The
> association serves as a legal entity to which community members can contribute
> code, financial and other resources to ensure that their contributions will be
> maintained for public benefit.
> The OSGeo-fr also serves as a reference organization and support for the open
> source geospatial community, and provides a common forum and shared
> infrastructure for improving collaboration between projects.
> Participation is open to all of the open source community. All work of the
> association are posted on public forums which may invest a free community of
> participants. The projects of the OSGeo Foundation are all freely available
> and useable under an open source license certified by OSI.

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