Wednesday, February 27, 2013

GeoExt Layer Tree: Showing BaseLayers and Overlay Layer

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I was looking for GeoExt's tree example for my project, and I found official tutorials are kind of hard to understand for the GeoExt beginners. On Googleing through the internet, I found nice and easy way of creating tree  structure menu using GeoExt BaseLayer and Overlay layer tree.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Call for Student Volunteers : FOSS4G-NA 2013

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Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial North America is calling for Student Volunteers to encourage student participation at FOSS4G-NA Conference 2013 at Marriott City Center, Minneapolis, MN May 22–24, 2013.

Apply by April 1, 2013 to select on random drawing.

As a volunteer, students will be able to participate in all of the conference activities such as  staffing the registration desk or being a room monitor for a session. You will get a complimentary registration to the conference, but you will still need to get yourself to Minneapolis and find lodging.

Applicants need to be a currently registered, full-time student at a college or university in North America. Volunteers may be asked to confirm their student status.To ensure volunteer opportunities are spread across institutions, only one person from each college or university will be selected until all institutions are represented by one student. For institutions with multiple campuses, each campus will be allowed one student.

Click below for more information:
http://foss4g-na.org/student-opportunities/

Friday, February 15, 2013

Federal Government GIS and Geospatial Conference 2013

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OpenGeo is going to sponsor FedGeo Day 2013 at Washington DC on Feb 28, 2013. The theme of the conference is about Modern Tools for GIS, Geo Data & Cartography, which will introduce you to GIS, cartography, web mapping, and map publishing tools, show you what you can do with them, and walk through how and why government agencies are using them to dramatically improve their mapping, cartography, and GIS projects.

The conference announcement from their newsletter...

OpenGeo is proud to support FedGeo Day, the exciting new conference in Washington DC. The event offers a platform for those who work in or with federal agencies to share their experiences with modern open source geospatial technologies.

We’re looking forward to seeing case studies of how these tools are being used in government, what benefits they bring, and why so many agencies are shifting to open source technology. There will also be interactive demos that explore specific open source tools and applications. The schedule is packed with programming that should be particularly attractive for those for those who make technology decisions within the federal government.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

2013 Free and Open Source Geospatial Software Conference

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FOSS4G is the global conference for Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial, organized by the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo). In 2013, 2013 FOSS4G North America Conference (FOSS4G-NA) will take place May 22-24 at the Marriott City Center in Minneapolis, MN. The gathering of Open Source Geospatial Developers, Users and Leaders from North America will offer a broad program to discuss and build tools to help solve some of the world’s most pressing problems and business needs.

This regional event complements the larger FOSS4G International Conference, the leading global conference organized by OSGeo focusing on Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial. 2013 marks the 10 year anniversary of the first MapServer Users Meeting in Minnesota, the immediate predecessor of the FOSS4G Conference Series. foss4g-na 2012 was held on Washington DC.

 The 2013 FOSS4G International Conference  is currently scheduled for September 17-21 in Nottingham, UK.

 Reference: 
http://2013.foss4g.org/
http://foss4g-na.org/
http://www.osgeo.org/

Thursday, January 10, 2013

pyKML - a Python library for generating and parsing KML

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pyKML is an open source Python library for generating, parsing, and modifying KML, the geo-spatial data language used by Google Earth, Google Maps and a number of other GIS platforms.

pyKML helps working with large and complex KML documents by leveraging the use of basic programming constructs (looping, branching, etc.). In this regard pyKML is similar to libkml, Google’s open source C++ library, but takes advantage of the highly readable syntax of the Python programming language and the processing capabilities of the popular lxml Python library.


pyKML v0.1.0 documentation :  http://packages.python.org/pykml/



 

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