[Web Comm] osgeo conference web site
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On Apr 16, 2006, at 10:58 AM, Arnulf Christl ((CCGIS)) wrote:
> I wanted to fill the void at https://conference.osgeo.org/ and
> copied the
> FOSS4G intro and a link to index.html. When trying to commit to
> conference/trunk/www/ it didn't allow me to do so:
> commit -m "link and text to FOSS4G to fill the void"
> Sending /usr/home/arnulf/workspace/osgeo_conference/
> svn: authentication cancelled
> That probably means that being "Project Contributor" does not allow to
> write to SVN automatically? Good to know, but how then does one
> the privilege (as Mapbender source code warden I should probably
> Maybe someone with SVN access would want to fill the void with the
> below - or even be creative and make it a lot better. Leaving it blank
> sucks. And maybe remove those additional mailing lists if they are not
> Easterly regards,
> Arnulf Christl
> Anybody listening to dev at conference.osgeo.org at all?
> <title>FOSS4G2006 - Free And Open Source Software for
> Open Source Geospatial Communities JOINT CONFERENCE '06
> <b><a href="http://www.foss4g2006.org/">FOSS4G2006</a></b> is a
> four day
> conference, bringing together
> all the Free and Open Source Software
> for Geoinformatics (FOSS4G) communities. The conference
> incorporates the
> OSGIS Conference,
> Mapserver User Meeting, GRASS Users Conference, Java oriented
> FOSS4G and
> EOGEO Workshops.
> Lausanne, Switzerland will host the conference, making it the
> first time
> many of these groups
> will meet in Europe. It builds on the the success of the Open Source
> Geospatial'05 conference
> held in Minneapolis, USA.
> What will be covered?
> The conference focuses on an array of open source technologies and
> presents how they are being
> used around the world. Seminars and workshops will share the
> theme of
> advancing Open Source
> GIS technology, by covering management and technical aspects as
> well as
> the latest trends.
> How will it run?
> The event opens with one day dedicated to workshops, followed by
> a joint
> plenary session that
> will set the direction of the conference. An Exhibitor showcase
> will run
> the duration of the
> conference. This showcase will provide government, academia, private
> organisations and associations
> with the opportunity to demonstrate their talents and educate
> participants about Open Source
> technologies. There will be an opportunity to mingle at evening
> such as the "Meet & Greet Exhibitors"
> Reception and a Boat Cruise on Geneva Lake, with a dinner in the
> thousand year old Chillon Castle.
> Who will be there?
> This conference is an exciting opportunity for both users and
> to network, learn
> about products and services, and develop both technical and
> skills for adopting
> Open Source technologies. The event is expected to draw over 500
> from around the
> globe, representing the existing user and developer communities
> as well
> as those interested
> from government, non-government organisations, academia, and
> Finally, with the recent creation of the Open Source Geospatial
> Foundation, FOSS4G2006
> will be an exciting opportunity to network with foundation
> members and
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