FOSS4G 2009 Press Release 30

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Got any great FOSS4G related Posters?

Sydney, Australia. 7 September 2009. http://2009.foss4g.org

FOSS4G Conference Organisors are now looking at how much space to allocate for posters and are inviting prospective poster authors to register their interest. Posters are a great way to contribute and be seen if you don't have time to prepare a presentation. Many work places will already have suitable posters, now is the time to think about whether they cover projects that may be of interest to the FOSS4G community.

If you think you have a poster or want to make one, please visit the FOSS4G web site and submit your poster idea soon. On topic posters are accepted on a "first come, first served" basis, until there is no more room or the deadline passes (Monday 21 September). (http://2009.foss4g.org/posters/).

Posters should be related to Free and Open Source Geospatial software (FOSS4G). Posters need not be technical and may describe a project that makes use of FOSS4G software. Posters can be A0 or A1 in size.

For more information about Posters, contact Antti Roppola, FOSS4G Posters coordinator:

Antti Roppola <ha s t ur AT gmail.c om>

About FOSS4G

FOSS4G is the international Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial conference, which comes to Sydney, Australia, 20-23 October 2009. FOSS4G offers presentations, workshops, demos, an install-fest, and a code sprint. It is presented by the world's best Developers, Policy Makers, Sponsors and Geospatial Professionals and includes the latest geospatial applications, standards, government programs, business processes and case studies. Topics include mobile platforms, location based applications, crowd sourcing, cloud computing, development, spatial standards, integration of cross-agency data, Spatial Data Infrastructures, Sensor Webs, Web Processing Services, Integration of Open Source and Proprietary Software and more.

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For more information or to keep informed from the FOSS4G Organising Committee, join our email list or twitter feed at: http://2009.foss4g.org/about_us/

or contact:

Cameron Shorter, Chair of the FOSS4G Organising Committee and Geospatial Systems Architect at LISAsoft

tel +61-2-8570-5050

c a m e r o n . s h o r t e r @ l i s a s o f t . c o m