OSS Geospatial

Community

Empowered To Contribute

Guido Stein, President

OSGeo US Local Chapter

What is OSGeo

OSGeo Projects

Find this presentation at

http://guidos.link

Intro

Who am I?

What is Open Source Software?

Why does this matter?

"Throwback Doritos" by Jametiks is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

2007

Applied Geographics

 

Explored proprietary and open source tools and hosted geospatial events

2002

B.A. Clark University 

 

Geography Major

2017

FOSS4G Boston

 

Co-Chair of a successful event with more than a thousand attendees

2018

Technocation

 

Developed a non-profit to support OSGeo US Local Chapter

2023

FOSS4G NA

 

Facilitated the return of an important event for the community

Walling, H. F. (1857) Map of Worcester County, Massachusetts. Boston & New York: Wm. E. Baker & Co., Publishers. [Map] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2012592355/.

Open source software is software with source code that anyone can inspect, modify, and enhance.

Why Does This Matter

Participating in the community

"Question Mark" by ryanmilani is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

OSGeo

- What does OSGeo do?

 

- How do you get involved with the OSGeo project communities?

 

- How can you participate?

Documentation

QGIS user guide

Training Manual

 

Blog

Trajectools v2.1 Released

Qfield v3.2 Released

Learn

Documentation

 

Blog

Release Notes

Road Map Planning

State of GeoServer

Learn

Guido Stein

help@osgeo.us

Find this and other presentations I have done at http://guidos.link/

September 9th - 11th

Hyatt Regency St. Louis At The Arch

https://foss4gna.org/

OSS Geospatial Community

By Guido Stein

OSS Geospatial Community

A presentation about how Open Source Geospatial Community works within OSGeo and how it can empower you to do great things.

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