[Marketing] Re: [OSGeo-Discuss] OSCON and OSGeo
percyd at pdx.edu
Fri Jul 25 20:37:02 EDT 2008
Brian did a great job covering the booth a lot and answering questions
knowledgeably and cheerfully.
We both talked to press folks who were interested in the geospatial
stuff. I updated the wiki today.
There is renewed interest in a local OSGEO chapter, I think I have a
host for it, Opensourcery, which I think will be a more fun/casual place
to host than the meetings we used to have at PSU (2005?). I'll be
talking to Brian Jamison more about it in the next few weeks...
Let me know where to send the banner and table skirt!
Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo) wrote:
> Thanks for the update. How many more days/hours do you have to go?
> On 24-Jul-08, at 8:07 AM, percy wrote:
>> Hi guys, I never had time to edit the Wiki, and just used a shared
>> google spreadsheet to manage booth times.
>> Brian and I are mostly covering it, and he has done a lot to help make
>> it a success, including printing out the brochures.
>> It would be nice to have a business card style layout that just has
>> the osgeo.org url and a brief description.
>> That's all most people want...
>> Getting a fair amount of traffic at the booth, and some interest from
>> the press. I'll keep you in the loop if anything serious happens.
>> I'll post some pictures to the wiki next week or so.
>> Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo) wrote:
>>> On 8-Jul-08, at 11:36 PM, Arnulf Christl wrote:
>>>> Tyler Mitchell (OSGeo) wrote:
>>>>> OSGeo will have a presence at this year's O'Reilly OSCON  in
>>>>> Portland Oregon July 22-24th for the third year in a row. If you
>>>>> would like to be involved, David Percy is heading up the volunteer
>>>>> group that will be staffing the booth (provided by IBM to Portland
>>>>> State Univeristy and Oregon State University).
>>>>> If you will be attending OSCON and would like to sign up for an an
>>>>> hour or two of answering questions and spreading the word, please
>>>>> contact Percy at percyd at pdx.edu for access to the sign-up spreadsheet.
>>>>>  OSCON event: http://en.oreilly.com/oscon2008/public/content/home
>>>> I'd love to see this event managed in the Wiki as discussed several
>>>> times. But it seems like I am the only one who cares to do it this
>>>> way so maybe it is overkill. What do you think?
>>> I agree - it should be managed through the wiki page. Percy - can
>>> you please review this page, in particular the "Event Owner" section:
>> David Percy
>> Geospatial Data Manager
>> Geology Department
>> Portland State University
> Tyler Mitchell
> Executive Director
> Open Source Geospatial Foundation
> tmitchell at osgeo.org
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> M: +1-250-303-1831
Geospatial Data Manager
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