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* Volunteers should bring their own laptop if possible.  Maybe have a larger desktop monitor there too.  Or projector?
 
* Volunteers should bring their own laptop if possible.  Maybe have a larger desktop monitor there too.  Or projector?
 
* '''Banners?'''
 
* '''Banners?'''
** The OSGeo Spanish LC has a popup banner from FOSS4G 2010. It's in Madrid or Valencia ([https://www.flickr.com/photos/81275975@N00/5267769881/in/pool-697379@N25/ photo]). Contact [[Jorge Sanz]] or [[Pedro-Juan Ferrer]].
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** PDX-OSGeo will provide our popup banner
** OSGeo UK has a banner
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** Have requested that CUGOS and California Chapters bring their popup banners and other materials as well
  
 
== Handouts ==
 
== Handouts ==

Revision as of 20:20, 29 July 2014

Placeholder for organizing the OSGeo Booth at FOSS4G 2014, similar to previous year: FOSS4G2013 OSGeo Booth.

Event Contacts: TBD

Floor Plan

Unknown

Booth Size

Unknown

Schedule

Unknown

Day Hours
Tues Sep 9th 5-6pm Move in/set up during this time (can go later if need be)
Wed Sep 10th 9am-6pm Regular hours, sessions running, etc.
Thurs Sep 11th 9am-6pm Regular hours
Fri Sep 12th 9am-4pm Regular hours
4-5pm Move out

conference program: https://2014.foss4g.org/schedule/sessions/

Signup Schedule

Day Hours Booth Team (two each slot)...
Tues Sept 9th 5-6pm Set up
Wed Sept 10th 9-11am Regular hours (Plenary session: welcome and introduction)
11am-1pm Regular hours
1-3pm Regular hours
3-5pm Regular hours
5-6pm (1 hour slot) Regular hours (Afternoon wrap-up)
Thurs Sept 11th 9-11am Regular hours ...
11am-1pm Regular hours
1-3pm Regular hours
3-5pm Regular hours
5-6pm (1 hour slot) Regular hours (
Fri Sept 12th 9-11am Regular hours ...
11am-1pm Regular hours ...
1-3pm Regular hours
3-4pm (1 hour slot) Regular hours
4-5pm Move out


conference program: https://2014.foss4g.org/schedule/sessions/

Equipment

as travel with equipment is difficult, best scenario is these are provided by U.S.A. local chapters...

Possible needs:
   banner?
   laptops/monitors?
   table?  drape? chairs?
   wired internet?
  • Volunteers should bring their own laptop if possible. Maybe have a larger desktop monitor there too. Or projector?
  • Banners?
    • PDX-OSGeo will provide our popup banner
    • Have requested that CUGOS and California Chapters bring their popup banners and other materials as well

Handouts

  • can the local committee print materials?
  • ...


Presentations

What kinds of live demonstrations or recorded examples can be played at the booth? Where can they be downloaded from or who can run them?

  • If there are multiple booth volunteers, therefore multiple laptops, might simplify by having canned demos/videos, manual demos, and associated data living on a server somewhere.
  • OSGeo Live - Everyone is getting a DVD or USB in their bag, so either boot from media or run in a Virtual Machine.

Self-Running

Review in case of updates or additions

  • place visible links to slides or videos here
  • OSGeo Live overview presentation

Other Considerations