[US] QGIS meeting April 3, 2020 in Ithaca, NY
kgj2 at cornell.edu
Wed Jan 15 10:11:45 PST 2020
We would like to formally request funding from OSGeo-US to support
"QGIS NY 2020", a full-day event being held in Ithaca, NY on April 3,
2020. This is a free event, and since it is all day, we would like to
provide lunch and snacks for the attendees. We estimate $1300 to feed
an estimated audience of 50. We would be grateful for any funding
that OSGeo-US might be able to provide.
Again, this is a free event, open to all who are interested in
learning more about QGIS. We hope this event will help to make
connections between QGIS users in New York state and the surrounding
region, and help establish more of an open source geo community here.
We recently updated https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/QGIS_NY_2020 with the
tentative schedule for the day, and hope to open registration for the
Please let me know if you have any questions, or need more details
about the event.
On Mon, Nov 25, 2019 at 9:42 AM Keith Jenkins <kgj2 at cornell.edu> wrote:
> Good morning, OSGeo US!
> Inspired and encouraged by the success of the recent QGIS meeting in
> Chattanooga (organized by the inimitable Randy Hale), several of us in
> New York are planning a little something for spring 2020.
> Friday, April 3, 2020
> Cornell University
> Mann Library
> Ithaca, NY 14853
> A full day of QGIS excitement, with a choice of workshops in the
> morning, and a series of presentations after lunch
> We plan to open registration sometime in January. In the meantime,
> I've set up this page on the OSGEO wiki:
> We aim to keep this event free for attendees. One of the factors in
> that decision is that it decreases the overhead and advance notice
> required for certain government employees to attend. Mann Library at
> Cornell will provide free access to several computer classrooms and
> presentation spaces, so the main expense will be providing lunch.
> We would like to request financial support from OSGeo US. We still
> need to put together an estimate of expenses, but wanted to go ahead
> and reach out and get this on the radar.
> Keith Jenkins, Cornell University
> Mickey Dietrich, Tug Hill Commission
> Alaina Mallette, Tug Hill Commission
> Frank Donnelly, Baruch College
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