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Revision as of 03:14, 11 August 2010
Back to FOSS4G 2010
- 1 Introduction
- 2 FOSS4G 2010 Workshop Commitee
- 3 Workshop and Tutorial Selection
- 4 Workshop Venue
- 5 Schedule
- 6 Requirements: Software, hardware, geodata
- 7 Instructors
- 8 Calendar
- 9 Announcements
Workshops are 3-hour sessions in a PC classroom, and Tutorials are 90-minute sessions in a conference room. The FOSS4G 2010 Workshop Committee is responsible for the organization of both Workshops and Tutorials.
FOSS4G 2010 Workshop Commitee
We need people with experience organizing conference workshops at other GFOSS events. Local (Barcelona & Spain) members are welcome. If you are willing to help organizing FOSS4G Workshops and Tutorials, please add yourself to the members list below, and subscribe to the mail list.
Workshop Committee Members
- Oscar Fonts IRC username: oscarfonts
- Jeff McKenna IRC username: jmckenna
- Alvaro Anguix, collaborator
- Mario Carrera, collaborator
Workshop and Tutorial Selection
FOSS4G 2010 Organization Committee will evaluate workshop and tutorial proposals attending to these criteria:
- Meets conference mandate:
- Matches with the themes of the conference
- Makes use of software that is both "free" and "open source"
- Submission's technical requirements can be met by the conference facilities
- Demonstrates practical applications
- Expected level of attendee interest in the workshop topic
- A plus for proposals addressing the special interest topics stated in the Call
- Likelyhood of a quality workshop:
- Expertise of the workshop presenters in the workshop subject matter
- Presenters personal experience presenting workshops at other conferences
- Successful workshop presented at prior FOSS4G/GFOSS conferences
All classrooms have screen and projector for instructors.
Software installation is preferred on Windows XP native Operating System.
If linux is required, we have a vmware SUSE 11.1 image.
B5 building classrooms
|Classroom||# Computers||PC hardware|
|B5.S101||21+1||Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.1 Ghz. 4GB RAM. Monitor HP L1950g TFT 19". ASUS EAH3450 Series 1GB (512MB), compatible ATI Radeon HD 34xx. DVD-ROM.|
|B5.S201||21+1||Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.1 Ghz. 4GB RAM. Monitor HP L1950g TFT 19". ASUS EAH3450 Series 1GB (512MB), compatible ATI Radeon HD 34xx. DVD-ROM.|
|B5.S202||21+1||Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.1 Ghz. 4GB RAM. Monitor HP L1950g TFT 19". ASUS EAH3450 Series 1GB (512MB), compatible ATI Radeon HD 34xx. DVD-ROM.|
C6 building classrooms
|Classroom||# Computers||PC hardware|
|C6.S302||24+1||Intel Core 2 Duo 6320 1.86 Ghz. 2GB RAM. Monitor CRT 17". Nvidia Geforce 6200. DVD-ROM.|
|C6.S306||20+1||Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.00 Ghz. 2GB RAM. Monitor HP L1750 TFT 17". ATI Radeon X1300. DVD-ROM.|
|C6.S308||20+1||Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.00 Ghz. 2GB RAM. Monitor HP L1750 TFT 17". ATI Radeon X1300. DVD-ROM.|
Tutorials are 1.5 hour sessions simultaneous to conference talks, in the main conference venue.
Timetable and rooms to be determined.
Requirements: Software, hardware, geodata
Workshop classrooms come with native Windows XP computers. Required software will be installed on Windows XP and tested on mid July. Alternatively, an Open Source Virtual Machine can be provided.
|B5.S101||W1||Web Mapping with GeoServer||You supply the laptops, we supply the software and data.|
|B5.S101||W8||Getting Started With MapServer||No additional material is required. Optional: bring your own datasets to load into your web mapping application. Intermediate/advance questions will be accommodated if time permits.|
|B5.S201||W2||gvSIG 1.9 user workshop||the workshop will run on the OSGeo LiveDVD so we suppose we don't need hard and soft additional.|
|B5.S201||W9||Quantum GIS and PostGIS: Solving Spatial Problems and Creating Web-Based Analysis Tools||"Quantum GIS v1.4.0 Enceladus" or newer, installed on workshop computers or available on the FOSS4G LiveDVD. Please use Windows "Standalone" version, not the "OSGeo4W" installer version. Internet access to the instructor's PostGIS and WMS/WFS server.|
|B5.S202||W3||Setting up an OpenStreetMap rendering toolchain||Hardware: One computer per person, plus overhead projector. Standard internet connection. Nothing out of the ordinary. Software: Already installed in the computers: PostGIS, Mapnik, Mapnik support scripts, Apache2 web server, and mod_tile. Computers *must* run Linux in order for Apache+mod_tile to work. Some other workshops may use PostGIS and Apache, so it should be coordinated. PHPPGAdmin would be a plus. Available somewhere in the workshop CDs: OpenLayers, plus some sets of geodata (global shorelines, plus a small excerpt of OpenStreetMap data). Total size of this data should be around or less than 100 MB. The workshop tutor will provide all materials prior to the workshop. All software in the computers should be tested beforehand, so it is desirable to have a disk image or install CD the tutor can try out ahead of time. Atendees should not bring anything special. All the needed software and data should be readily available in the computers, plus a CD (or pendrive, or similar device).|
|B5.S202||W10||FOSS4G routing with pgRouting tools, OpenStreetMap road data and GeoExt||-|
|C6.S302||W4||Introduction to PostGIS||Windows XP computers.|
|C6.S302||W11||Working with OpenLayers||Participants will complete exercises on a PC (any OS) that is running a web server (e.g. Apache). Participants will need to edit text files with an editor and view examples in a browser. The workshop also requires GeoServer and Postgres w/ PostGIS running. We can provide software and data to be installed in advance of the workshop. In previous workshops, GeoServer has been installed and running, PostGIS configured with workshop data, and Apache configured to proxy GeoServer on port 80 and provide an alias to the workshop document root. We can provide documentation on setting all this up and can help if workshop machines are available before the workshop date. So, requirements are - * PostGIS (configured with data) * GeoServer (running on port 8080 or other) * Apache (configured to proxy GeoServer on port 80 and with alias to workshop document root) * Text editor * Web browser (Firefox recommended).|
|C6.S306||W5||Introduction to the Mapbender Geoportal Framwework||The workshop will run completely on the Mapbender Portal provided by OSGeo, no software will be installed during the course all that is needed is a web terminal. Attendees who want to work with their own copy of the software should either install it on a server that is available via internet during the workshop or on their own notebook. To the experienced geoportal operator the installation is straight forward, all information can be found on the Mapbender web site http://www.mapbender.org. If you want to install you own copy but are new to either GIS, web technology, mapping, OGC standards or any combination thereof it is recommended to start the installation well in advance to the workshop as it involves a web server, database, PHP, Mapbender internet accessibility. You will get all the help that you need to set up the system and get it to run properly on the http://www.mapbender.org/index.php/Mapbender_Mailing_Lists.|
|C6.S306||W12||GeoNetwork for dummies, or how to setup an SDI in 3 hours||None. CD-ROM and instructions will be brought by workshop organizer.|
|C6.S308||W6||Solid Web Mapping with Python||Linux or Windows machine with Python 2.5 or 2.6 installed. Linux is preferred.|
|C6.S308||W13||Geospatial for Java||Windows, any version of Java, Students will have choice of Eclipse or NetBeans IDE.|
|B5.S101||W7||Practical Introduction to ZOO, the Powerful WPS Platform||computer and ZOO-CD (ZOO-Binaries, GDAL/OGR library and dependencies).|
|B5.S101||W14||Practical Introduction to GRASS||For the workshop we need: - GRASS (one of the 6.4 series, 6.4.0RC5 is currently available); - the standard North Carolina GRASS demo data set, the "smaller simpler subset (47MB)" (http://grass.osgeo.org/sampledata/north_carolina/nc_basic_spm.tar.gz) is sufficient; - our HTML tutorial; - our PDF file containing the introductory slides for the workshop. The last years we used our own live DVDs, especially tailored for the Conferences (see for example the 2009 DVD here: http://www.ing.unitn.it/~grass/software/FOSS4G2009_GRASS_beginners_DVD.html), but we can provide our tutorial as a Debian and Ubuntu package, so that it can be included in the OSGEO Live DVD. Since this is a beginners' workshop, it is fundamental that GRASS' version in use matches the one used in the workshop material, so that all the details correspond. Therefore, if the OSGEO Live DVD is used we need to know which GRASS version will be included at least a month in advance, to review all the material. No special hardware is required, maps in the dataset are quite small, therefore a fairly modern Pc will do. No network connection is required, unless you want the attendees to download the tutorial and the dataset. It is possible to use attendees' laptop (some of the attendees have used their own Pc last year in Sydney), but we must be reasonably sure they have a working GRASS installation. Again, the GRASS version can be critical. Last year I have helped some of them to setup their machine via email before the workshop. The use of a live DVD on a Pc provided by the organization is probably the best choice for most of the attendees, since they are not required to setup GRASS before the workshop but they can take the DVD home and re-run the workshop. They can also use the DVD as an installer.|
For tutorials, it is recommended to use the LiveDVD that will be distributed to all delegates. Instructors are encouraged to join the LiveDVD list and participate in release testing.
Workhsop & tutorial instructors will receive credit for registration for "the Conference". See details in the Discounts page.
Jan 15, Opening Call for Workshops/Tutorials
Jan 30, Closing Call for Workshops/Tutorials
Feb 1-15, Workshop/Tutorial selection process
Feb 16, Notification of acceptance for workshops/tutorials
Feb 22, Registration for workshops and tutorials opens
- Jul 15 (aprox), Workshop software installation & testing @ classroom PCs.
- Sep 6-7, FOSS4G Workshops
- Sep 7-9, FOSS4G Tutorials