[Qgis-developer] Lisbon hackfe.....er...meeting: Townhall Meeting Proposal and Agenda

Martin Dobias wonder.sk at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 11:09:12 EDT 2011

Hi Maxim

there are always some informal presentations during the hackfest -
typically previews of stuff that people work on - to gather some
feedback etc. So we will be very interested to see the presentation of
your project!

I believe it is best to have the townhall meeting and presentations in
separate blocks because it is quite hard to stay focused for a long
time :-)


On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 4:08 PM, Maxim Dubinin <sim at gis-lab.info> wrote:
> kind of related
> if  there  is  interest,  I  can  present our new project, that
> involves  QGIS,  public  monitoring, FSC certified forests and
> machine  learning.  The project is in early stages, but there are some
> nice QGIS tools growing around it.
> Not  for  townhall  meeting I guess, though there one very interesting
> aspect  of  integration  in  our project, with something never used in
> QGIS before.
> no pressure if there are no open spots, less work for me :)
> Maxim
> Вы писали 7 апреля 2011 г., 16:18:39:
> GM> Hi all,
> GM> Julien Malik of the OTB project is willingly to do a presentation of the
> GM> Orfeo Toolbox and describe the current state of the different
> GM> initiatives to integrate it into QGIS.
> GM> I added his presentation in the townhall meeting program
> GM> http://www.qgis.org/wiki/5._QGIS_Hackfest_in_Lisbon_2011#Townhall_Meeting
> GM> cheers
> GM> -- Giovanni --
> GM> On Wed, 2011-03-30 at 15:14 +0200, Tim Sutton wrote:
>>> Hi
>>> I would like to propose we hold another 'townhall meeting' at the
>>> hackfest where we can discuss any broad ranging issues pertinent to
>>> anyone involved in the project. If you have other agenda items (or
>>> don't like the starting list I added), please update the wiki page
>>> accordingly. I added a 'Town hall meeting' [1] section to the Lisbon
>>> meeting page and added 'moving to GIT' as an agenda item. I also
>>> started this page [2] , where I encourage other proponents of moving
>>> to git to add their thoughts (and those who don't like the idea to add
>>> theirs).
>>> [1] http://www.qgis.org/wiki/5._QGIS_Hackfest_in_Lisbon_2011#Townhall_Meeting
>>> [2] http://www.qgis.org/wiki/MovingToGIT
>>> Regards
>>> Tim
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