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With so many companies (>60) involved with LocationTech the natural next step is to work to identify open source projects, or existing technology that can be open sourced to rally around. Two areas of particularly high demand have been web components and very high performance data processing. We would like to identify those who are interested in these areas and form sub-teams.
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* Web mapping and esp. common interest in OpenLayers (see [http://youtu.be/cgHudJim07o related roadmap video])
 
* Web mapping and esp. common interest in OpenLayers (see [http://youtu.be/cgHudJim07o related roadmap video])
 
* Very high performance processing
 
* Very high performance processing

Revision as of 21:20, 14 November 2012

This is the monthly meeting for the LocationTech working group.

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Time and Location

Thursday November 15, 2012 @ 5pm EST

See the conference bridge details

Minutes

Quick updates

  • Updates: infrastructure, web site, project creations, new members, launch

(5 minutes)

Discussion Topics

With so many companies (>60) involved with LocationTech the natural next step is to work to identify open source projects, or existing technology that can be open sourced to rally around. Two areas of particularly high demand have been web components and very high performance data processing. We would like to identify those who are interested in these areas and form sub-teams.

  • Web mapping and esp. common interest in OpenLayers (see related roadmap video)
  • Very high performance processing

(roughly 25 minutes each)

Attendees

The following people plan to attend:

  • Andrew Ross - Eclipse Foundation
  • Jody Garnett - uDig & OSGeo member
  • Xavier Lopez - Oracle
  • Craig Statchuk - IBM
  • Heather Leson - Ushahidi
  • Phil Bogden - RadiantBlue
  • Frank Gasdorf - uDig (PSC)
  • Geoff Zeiss - Between the Poles
  • Thierry Badard - Spatialytics
  • Chris Holmes, Eddie Pickle - OpenGeo
  • Werner Keil - Independent consultant & Eclipse UOMo project lead
  • Tyler Mitchell - Actian
  • Dave Sonnen - IDC & Consultant to Teradata
  • Thierry Badard - Spatialitics
  • Dr. Angela Demke Brown - University of Toronto
  • Matthew Ford - AGI
  • Tim Astle - CARIS
  • Peter Batty - Ubisense & OSGeo board liaison

Regrets:

  • Dale Harrison - Twitter
  • Dave McIlhagga - MapSherpa

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