[OSGeo-Discuss] FOSS4G conference proceedings readership stats for October, and a question to whoever is the Academic chair of FOSS4G 2019, Bucharest

Charlie Schweik cschweik at pubpol.umass.edu
Fri Nov 30 10:46:24 PST 2018

Dear GeoForAll and OSGeo colleagues,

I thought you'd like to know, that:

Last month, Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G)
Conference Proceedings had 1301 full-text downloads.
The three most popular papers for the month were:
Analyzing the performance of NoSQL vs. SQL databases for Spatial and
Aggregate queries (356 downloads)
Performance Analysis of MongoDB Vs. PostGIS/PostGreSQL Databases For Line
Intersection and Point Containment Spatial Queries (93 downloads)
Mapping WiFi measurements on OpenStreetMap data for Wireless Street
Coverage Analysis (68 downloads)

*QUESTION: Whoever is running the Academic Track of FOSS4G 2019, Bucharest,
it would be great to talk to you about the possible use of this system, for
publishing of the academic proceedings. Email me and Mohammed Zia
(mohammed.zia33 at gmail.com <mohammed.zia33 at gmail.com>).*

... And *thanks* to Mohammed Zia who has acted as managing editor of these
proceedings and done a magnificent job.


Charlie Schweik

Department of Environmental Conservation & School of Public Policy
University of Massachusetts, Amherst

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