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Digging into Geospatial Open Data, Open Source and Open Orgs

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Tuesday, February 11th 2014


The term “open” with respect to geospatial has been all over the news in the past week or so. What’s going on in open source, open data and organizations that support these open things? What should the geospatial community know about “open” in 2014 and what should members do to take advantages of the growing open geospatial movement?

Show Notes

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Show Notes

1/3 of State of the Map U.S. Scholarships Set Aside for Women - All Points Blog
Open Data - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Data Vic competition presents unlimited opportunities for innovative use of data - Directions Magazine
LizardTech Launches Express Server 9 - Directions Magazine
Telenav Acquires skobbler, the Leader in OpenStreetMap-based GPS Navigation - Directions Magazine
City of Palo Alto Expands Open Government Agenda with Open Data By Default Proclamation - Directions Magazine
Historic deal puts Glasgow firmly on the map - Directions Magazine
Esri to Preview Open Data Initiative at Federal Conference - Directions Magazine
Celebrate LocationTech’s First Birthday in DC in February - Directions Magazine
Eclipse Foundation Celebrates 10th Anniversary - Directions Magazine
DARPA Open Catalog Makes Ageny-Sponsored Software and Publications Available to All - Directions Magazine
Vizzuality Receives Grant for Open Source Map Story Telling Tool - Directions Magazine
Mission | Open Source Initiative


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