[Live-demo] EGU Short Courses
cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 11:14:58 PST 2016
With regards to an OSGeo-Live based course, we do have an abstract which
you can make use of or customise:
The assumption would be that you run through the existing quickstarts in
If you are still looking for presenters, you might want to look at the
OSGeo Advocate list and approach likely candidates directly:
Warm regards, Cameron
On 10/02/2016 10:38 pm, Micha Silver wrote:
> Hi Peter
> Thanks for your follow-up. Here  are the details I entered for the
> short course.
> So far we have a few volunteers  who are willing to take on parts
> of the presentation. I have contacted Mike Smith about financing a
> batch of USB drives to hand out to SC participants. He seems willing
> to reimburse if I purchase and prepare the disks. I have no idea how
> many disks to buy. Any input from people who participated in earlier
> EGU events is welcome.
> So we're good to go, so far. Just looking for more people to join and
> do part of the demo/tutorial. I'll initiate direct contact with those
> who expressed an interest, and try to finalize the list of presenters.
> Best regards,
>  http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2016/session/22294
> ------ Original Message ------ Subject: EGU Short Courses Date: Tue, 9
> Feb 2016 08:45:44 +0100 To: Opengeoscience, Micha From: Peter Loewe
> On 02/09/2016 09:45 AM, "Peter Löwe" wrote:
>> Hi Micha, all,
>> I just wanted to ask about the current status of the planning for the Short Courses.
>> As far as I understand the dates remain to be settled (or Copernicus will do this) and volunteers to present OSGeo projects in the course(s) need to be found. By now everybody who submitted abstracts should have gotten feedback regarding acceptance so we can determine who'll be able to attend the meeting and might be willing to volunteer.
>> My knowledge about Short Courses is limited. Do we have anybody in the group who participated or presented in EGU Short Courses in the past ? This would be very usefuly information about how to make the most of the Short Courses, the Townhall and the sessions.
>> FWIW, the EGU GA continues to grow. In the 2016 the number of abstracts rose by 2000 to about 17.000 abstracts for all Divisions. Chances are good we will meet many FOSS-interested scientists in Vienna :-)
>> <peter.loewe at gmx.de>
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