FOSS4G Public Geodata BOF Attendees

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  • Ari Jolma - Educational interest more than political in public geodata
  • Ned Horning - Museum of Natural History
  • Jo Walsh
  • Pedro Goncalves from Terradue - GRID and GIS services - projects with ESA and the EC
  • Peter from the Irish environmental protection agency - IPR issues - metadata collection - OSGeo support for archiving
  • Tim Waters - localgov in bradford UK
  • David Jonglez - camptocamp - better GIS through public geodata
  • Francois Quinel - office for water in France - data collection in ministry of ecology - publishing data - licensing issues to resolve
  • please fill in name later - German localgov
  • Steffen Vogt - IPG Uni Freiburg / SCAR SC Antarctic Geographic Information - IPR issues - access issues
  • Perry Nacionales - u minnesota - os gis and web mapping - environment management - lots of data, not
  • Daniel McInerny - academic OS research
  • Seppo Kaitala - finnish institute for marine research - satellite imagery interest - INSPIRE interest
  • [missed name sorry] - academic background in Poland - geodata access issues
  • [missed name sorry] - GRASS user group - free geodata in germany
  • Peter Low - GRASS user group - landscape interpretation - env data
  • Frank Kroman from freegis.org - general eurodata interest
  • Clarissa Sweeney - MIT - GIS lab there - student global data usage interest
  • Nick Black - OpenStreetmap - GPS based data collection + web services - cf opengeodata.org
  • [missed name sorry] -National ecological ministry in Bucharest - romania starting to build SDI
  • [missed name sorry] - academic background in Zurich - web mapping services - QGIS user - eurodata access problems - using US data for tutorial info
  • Andrew Turner - GeoRSS - aggregation + licenses for geodata
  • Barnarby - GSI systems consultant - geospatial intelligence systems
  • Alejandro - Venezuela - 1:500000 scale data for cities - published via web services working on data reuse and maintenance for localgov - public or semi-public - metadata management
  • Christian - Venezuela -
  • Josh Lieberman from Austin - concern over proprietary movement in US govdata policy - coordinating licensing terms - what is reasonable public use
  • Joachim from .cz in University of Berlin - general interest - concern over cross-gov data sales
  • Markus Neteler - GRASS project - creating precedent to free data - interested in algorithm based generation