[Live-demo] LiveDVD, Portable GIS, osgeo4w

Cameron Shorter cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 12:37:29 PDT 2008

Great to hear your interest in aligning the LiveDVD and Portable GIS 

I'd like to hear you thoughts about including Portable GIS on the LiveDVD.
The LiveDVD is starting to be handed out at OSGeo stands at conferences, 
and it would be good to have windows software on it too. (We currently 
have included some windows installers on the LiveDVD already).

Jo and osgeo4w,
I'm also interested to hear whether osgeo4w is currently used to build 
Portable GIS. If not, should it?

Archaeogeek Admin wrote:
> Hi Cameron,
> Thanks for your comment on archaeogeek- I would love to get involved 
> with the OSGeo marketing focus, and with the live dvd- if I can find 
> the time! I will stop by the wiki pages and subscribe to the lists though.
> Portable GIS- it would be cool to see the two projects aligned- mine 
> is entirely windows based at the moment (and due for an upgrade I 
> think), but I would be happy to see it used at conferences so yeah, 
> I'll be in touch!
> All the best
> Jo
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Cameron Shorter
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