[Webcom] new spotlight?

Pericles S. Nacionales pnaciona at gis.umn.edu
Thu Mar 8 17:48:07 EST 2007

I don't have a problem with that. A spotlight can be on people, projects, or general OSGeo events AFAIC.



Perry Nacionales
pnaciona at gis.umn.edu

-----Original Message-----
From: Tyler Mitchell <tylermitchell at shaw.ca>
Date: Thu, 08 Mar 2007 12:10:52 
To:Web committee discussions <webcom at lists.osgeo.org>
Subject: [Webcom] new spotlight?

Hi all,
MapGuide Open Source is being used in a cool project (see below).   
I'm thinking this would make a good spotlight and would add some  
welcome new content on our front page of the web site.  I know our  
spotlights have been specific people, but why not a project as well?   
What do you think?


> San Francisco Urban Forest Mapping Project
> The City and County of San Francisco’s Department of Public Works’  
> Bureau of Urban Forestry, Friends of the Forest, Autodesk, and  
> Online Mapping Solutions have collaborated to develop, launch and  
> support a city-wide, dynamic online map of the city’s trees.  Based  
> on MapGuide Open Source, this Urban Forest Mapping System will  
> serve as a centralized location where city employees and the public  
> can share updates on new or existing trees that are part of the  
> city’s urban forest.  Learn more about this new urban forest  
> initiative at www.urbanforestmap.org.

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