[Live-demo] [OSGeo-Discuss] Are there opportunities to collaborate in the GIS Portal market?

Cameron Shorter cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Wed Nov 14 22:56:17 PST 2012

Our selection criteria for OSGeo-Live projects, and email form for 
application are linked from here:

With regards to my question about openness for collaboration:
It usually goes without saying that most Open Source projects welcome 
new developers to collaborate on development.

The more difficult question is whether one or more projects are prepared 
to change their design such that they can integrate together.

On 15/11/2012 1:47 PM, Marco Afonso wrote:
> Hello,
> MapIgniter is an open source Geographic Content Management System 
> (GeoCMS) based on MapServer, Postgis and OpenLayers.
> More information on http://mapigniter.com
> MapIgniter is an Integrated Web Framework based on CodeIgniter (MVC 
> PHP) that, as the referred projects above, can be a solution for a GIS 
> Portal.
> /Am I missing something here, what is unique about your specific 
> project?/
> MapIgniter has solid base for a Web GeoCMS portal. It can be compared 
> to Geomoose, GeoMajas and Mapbender.
> MapIgniter it is not attached to one web map client. Other web map 
> clients as Leaftlet JS or Google Earth API will be supported in future.
> /Are there opportunities for collaboration?/
> /
> /
> MapIgniter is an Open Source software available on GitHub at 
> https://github.com/taviroquai/MapIgniter
> There are plenty of opportunities for collaboration.
> Please let me know what are the requirements to be included in OSGeo Live.
> -- 
> Regards,
> Marco Afonso

Cameron Shorter
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