[OSGeo-Discuss] Thank you to every member of FOSS4G 2019 LOC
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Thu Aug 29 05:28:10 PDT 2019
I want to thank every member of FOSS4G 2019 LOC for this genius idea and implementation of live streaming of all FOSS4G sessions. You have now truly made FOSS4G accessible to colleagues around the world. Though I am unable to attend FOSS4G 2019, it makes me feel that I am with you all in Bucharest. I understand the huge work and efforts that you all must have put in to make this possible. Your volunteer efforts for the community is an inspiration for all of us. I thank you for your kindness.
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Sent: 29 August 2019 10:25
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Subject: [Geo4All] Please join the session on FOSS4G EO Data Challenge 2019 results on 30th August 2019
Some of the presentations from yesterday’s sessions at FOSS4G 2019 are already available at https://media.ccc.de/c/foss4g2019
You can watch the live presentations of the plenary and various parallel sessions at the links provided at https://www.osgeo.org/foundation-news/foss4g-2019-academic-track-and-live-streaming-of-foss4g-conference-for-the-benefit-of-all/
I welcome you to tommorow’s (30th August 2019) session at 11am (Bucharest time) in Opereta conference room on the results of FOSS4G EO Data Challenge 2019 https://2019.foss4g.org/schedule/open-source-eo-data-challenge/
I want to thank all the organisations who supported this competition, the mentors and participants.
Please also attend the GEO session on 30th August 2019 (Friday ) at 9:00 am (Bucharest time). It is a great opportunity to learn more about the Group on Earth Observations, the GEO Work Programme<https://www.earthobservations.org/gwp2020_dev.php> and explore potential avenues for collaboration. There will be presentation on (G)EO hackathon engaging indigenous communities by Diana Mastracci (University of Oxford, UK) and also sharing ideas for the session on EO and the World's Indigenous Peoples at GEOWeek 2019 .
We look forward to welcoming you and your contributions for bridging the Geospatial Digital Divide .
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