hi Jason ( and others ), <br /><br />NEN1878 is an exchange format ( flat ASCII-files ) used to exchange the <a href="http://www.gbkn.nl/nieuwesite/html/engelsesite.html" target="_top" rel="nofollow">Large Scale Standard Map of The Netherlands ( GBKN )</a> between Dutch Cadastre, Municipalities, Survey & Engeneering companies etc.etc.<br />NEN1878 is also used to exchange Topographic ( Top10Vector ) maps - same fileformat, other classification system<br /><br />ESRI, Bentley & others have developped converters from/to NEN1878 <br />A lot of the Autodesk resellers/developers have done the same NEN to/from DWG and DWG into SDF ( MG6.5 )<br /><br />Sometimes NEN into DWG ( or SDF ) conversions are necessary, but most of the time the NEN-files are just used for background into Mapping, WebMapping & Civil projects<br /><br />greetings Bert ( a friend of Piet )
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<div class="quote-author" style="font-weight: bold;">JasonBirch wrote:</div>
And maybe a pointer to information on the NEN1878. Google isn't very
helpful on this for me.
Have we started collecting contributor agreements yet? I think we
should probably look at this asap if not.
From: Greg Boone
Subject: RE: [fdo-users] How to submit new FDO Provider?
In conjunction with the RFC, it would really help if you could write a
summary of you goals, objectives, activities and future plans for your
provider and send it to the fdo-internals email alias. This will help
all of the FDO community understand and use your new provider.
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