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Following the 3rd. National Mapserver Users Meeting (ENUM in portuguese), local enthusiasts agreed to form a provisional comitee. The comitee was comprised of several prominent geopeople, from a variety of backgrouds: academia, bussiness, government agencies, and so forth.
 
Following the 3rd. National Mapserver Users Meeting (ENUM in portuguese), local enthusiasts agreed to form a provisional comitee. The comitee was comprised of several prominent geopeople, from a variety of backgrouds: academia, bussiness, government agencies, and so forth.
  
First tasks were to establish communication channels. A list (brasil@lists.osgeo.org) and an IRC channel (#osgeo-br) were set. The provisional comitee wishes to thank our CEO, Tyler Mitchell for his splendid support on rolling this structure. There is also a wiki section (which lacks some widespread audience, tough) set up at wiki.osgeo.org/index.php/Brasil.
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First tasks were to establish communication channels. A list (brasil@lists.osgeo.org) and an IRC channel (#osgeo-br) were set. The provisional comitee wishes to thank our Executive Director, Tyler Mitchell for his splendid support on rolling this structure. There is also a wiki section (which lacks some widespread audience, tough) set up at wiki.osgeo.org/index.php/Brasil.
  
 
Further tasks are still waiting publication from designated persons.
 
Further tasks are still waiting publication from designated persons.

Latest revision as of 15:46, 27 June 2007

Brazilian Chapter News

Following the 3rd. National Mapserver Users Meeting (ENUM in portuguese), local enthusiasts agreed to form a provisional comitee. The comitee was comprised of several prominent geopeople, from a variety of backgrouds: academia, bussiness, government agencies, and so forth.

First tasks were to establish communication channels. A list (brasil@lists.osgeo.org) and an IRC channel (#osgeo-br) were set. The provisional comitee wishes to thank our Executive Director, Tyler Mitchell for his splendid support on rolling this structure. There is also a wiki section (which lacks some widespread audience, tough) set up at wiki.osgeo.org/index.php/Brasil.

Further tasks are still waiting publication from designated persons.