[GRASSweb-list]requeriments of this program
bernhard at intevation.de
Thu Jan 23 06:19:56 EST 2003
Dear Mr. Vargas,
GRASS is Free Software in the sense that you get the liberty
to study, use, copy and adapt the software to your needs.
This means that the license itself permit this without extra costs.
Some service providers will sell you special packages versions
and support if you want it.
GRASS' computing requirements are dependent on what you want to do
with it. It can run on small PCs up to serious workstations.
Note that GRASS is not the only Free Software that relates to GIS.
Freegis.org lists many, lot of them are of high qualities others
are still in development. Anyway it is worth a look.
If you are interested I suggest to have your expert just try ot GRASS
and see if that does what they want.
Hope this helps,
On Wed, Jan 22, 2003 at 02:41:45PM -0600, Alejandro Vargas Montes wrote:
> To whom concern:
> My name is Alejandro Vargas and Iam working in the General Directorate
> of Air Quality and Pollutants Register which is part of the Mexican
> Undersecretariat of Environmental Management and Protection.
> We are working in a specific project with the Geographycal Information
> Systems (GIS) to generate cartographycal in our country.
> I was searching about the GRASS Program in the web of the
> http://grass.itc.it/ and I was wondering if you help me about the cost
> and requeriments of this program.
> I hope that you can help me.
> Alejandro Vargas
> Tel. (52) (55) 56 24 35 58
> Fax (52) (55) 56 24 35 96
> email avmontes at semarnat.gob.mx
The FreeGIS Project (freegis.org)
Association for a Free Informational Infrastructure (ffii.org)
FSF Europe (fsfeurope.org)
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