[OSGeo-Discuss] Regarding visiting OSGeo - KOSSA
jody.garnett at gmail.com
Mon Sep 23 22:26:56 PDT 2019
OSGeo is an international organization with members all over the world
(including a wonderful local chapter in Korea <http://www.osgeo.kr>). OSGeo
does not have a physical location in Boston, although we have some of our
members who live there and may be able to talk with you.
Please note that many of our software projects are developed in a
distributed fashion, allowing your software developers and system managers
to participate remotely. As an example I work on a project GeoServer
<http://geoserver.org> which has several opportunities for community
development <http://geoserver.org/devel/> an email list for developer
communication and a video chat every couple of weeks, and the last Friday
of each month we devote to fixing bugs.
If you do wish to talk about open source software licenses we have an
committee <https://www.osgeo.org/about/committees/incubation/> (once again
with an email list <https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/incubator>)
which helps development teams choose a license and set up their projects.
Finally our software foundation occasionally enters into
strategic partnership with industry development groups such as yours. We
have a page on partners and friends <https://www.osgeo.org/partners/> you
can look at for examples. Partners have a formal agreement, friends have a
history of collaboration but no formal agreement in place.
On Mon, 23 Sep 2019 at 16:13, KOSSA, osskorea <osskorea at osskorea.org> wrote:
> To whom it may concern,
> Hello, this is Hyoshin Nam at Korea Open Source Software Association
> (KOSSA) in Seoul.
> KOSSA and Korean National IT Industry Promotion Agency (NIPA) has been
> planning an overseas training program for domestic software developers.
> The purpose of this training is to extend and exchange their knowledge and
> techniques in the field and
> also to experience SW related organization and companies where they
> develop open source software and to learn more on license for open-source
> This overseas program will be conducted between 30 Sept. and 3 Oct. 2019
> and we will be visiting Boston during this period with group of 10
> software developers and system managers.
> In this regards, we would like to visit OSGeo to have better
> understanding of what you do in your foundation and also will be grateful
> to have a brief meeting with a person who are related with open source
> software (developing, licencing etc.). If meeting is difficult, a short Q&A
> session would also be good, too.
> Or if you have visitor's program we can also attend it as well.
> We strongly believe that your kind cooperation will give positive impact
> on Korean open-source software field society and strengthen the
> capabilities of Korean developers.
> We also believe that this opportunity could give mutual benefits for both
> of us in someways.
> So, if you are to accept our request, please let us know if 30 Sept. would
> good for your, otherwise let us know when is the best time for us to visit
> your foundation.
> Thank you in advance for your kind attention and consideration, and we
> look forward to receiving positive reply from you soon.
> Hyoshin Nam
> Hyoshin Nam
> Educational Work Team
> Korea Open Source Software Association (http://kossa.kr)
> M. +82 10 7676 0070 T. +82 70.5154.6164 F. 02.511.7967
> E-mail. jpt2518 at kossa.kr / osskorea at korea.kr
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