[Marketing] OSCON and O'Reilly
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Thu Jul 30 18:39:39 EDT 2009
I think there are a bunch of other publishers who
could also be approached if it has not been done
* Geomorphometry: concepts, software,applications*. Elsevier
* Open Source Approaches to Spatial Data Handling.Springer
* Applied Spatial Data Analysis with R (Use R). Springer
* Beginning MapServer: Open Source GIS Development. Apress
* GIS for Web Developers: Adding 'Where' to Your Web
Applications. Pragmatic Bookshelf
* Desktop GIS: Mapping the Planet with Open Source Tools.
* Open Source GIS: A GRASS GIS Approach. Springer
* The KML Handbook: Geographic Visualization for the Web
There are also a couple of FOSS4G related book in
lulu.com which could also be promoted at FOSS4G2009
to encourage new authors.
* Remote Sensing Raster Programming - A First Code Base
* A Practical Look At MapWindow GIS
* GRASS 6.0 in a Nutshell
* MapWinGIS Reference Manual: A function guide for the free MapWindow
It has been my hope that an "OSGeo GIS Book" would be
released some day but does not seem to be happening at
least at FOSS4G2009.
Tyler Mitchell wrote:
> Great to hear - I have also already requested a box of my books but
> they haven't yet done a reprint. It's been a struggle trying to get
> it done. Please request some soon to help prod them ;-) If you
> could send me an intro email, privately, or give me her name, I would
> appreciate discussion this ongoing (2 years) issue of availability.
> The good news is they sold out :-)
> ----- Original Message ----- From: Alex Mandel
> <tech_dev at wildintellect.com> Date: Wednesday, July 29, 2009 5:35 pm
> Subject: [Marketing] OSCON and O'Reilly To: OSGeo Marketing
> <marketing at lists.osgeo.org>
>> I had a nice chat with the Director of Marketing Services at
>> O'Reilly while I was doing the OSGeo booth at OSCON. She seemed to
>> think that it would be easy for her to send us some copies of the
>> OSGeo related books for our marketing efforts. I simply need to
>> contact her again with the book names and how many copies we want
>> to ask for etc.
>> On a side note, have we asked O'Reilly to sponsor/participate in
>> FOSS4Gon a consistent basis, they seem to like to do conferences.
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