[OSGeo-UK] Case Studies needed for OSGeo UK site
tmitchell at osgeo.org
Mon May 2 20:59:19 EDT 2011
Jorge from OSGeo.es pointed me to this:
in case it's useful :)
On 2011-05-02, at 3:37 AM, Antony Scott wrote:
> Hi all
> A reminder that we still need some case studies for the OSGeo UK site – there are a couple up already, but it would be good to have say a dozen or so up by the time of OS GIS UK in June. So if you’ve been thinking about writing one up, or you’d like to publicise some work you’ve been doing, do sit down for an hour or two and knock something out....
> Everything you need is here http://www.osgeo.org/uk/case_studies, including templates and examples – if you want to use your own tools to write it, that’s fine as long as it broadly conforms to the design/guidelines and uses the right logos.
> Please send any completed case studies as PDFs to Jo Cook (jocook at astuntechnology.com) by the end of May, and some or all (depending on numbers) will be selected to be printed off as handouts for the conference.
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