[OSGeo-Discuss] Please share the Philosophy of Openness in Geospatial Science and Education on GIS Day and other Geo events
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Sun Sep 24 12:57:29 PDT 2017
It is over a decade now since we started working on the philosophy of Openness in Geospatial Science and Education.The pace of change in the GIS in the last decade towards Openness has been beyond even my expectations.
May i request all who are taking part in various Geo events (Geography Awareness Week, OSM Geo Week, GIS day etc ) to make use of the opportunity to promote Open Principles in GeoEducation by sharing information on GeoForAll and welcoming those interested to be part of Open Principles in Science and Education. Please share the pledge for supporting Open Principles for Science and Education for building a better world for everyone http://opensourcegeospatial.icaci.org/2017/07/the-pledge-i-support-open-principles-for-science-and-education-for-building-a-better-world-for-everyone/
Please give away OSGeo Live DVDs, USBs  and share GeoForAll ideas   at these events.
The ideas are summarized at https://www.slideshare.net/SuchithAnand/the-future-of-geo-is-open
Everyone is welcome to support Open Principles for Science and Education for building a better world for everyone.
The Future of Geo is For Everyone...
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