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[[Category: OSGeoLive]]

Latest revision as of 13:47, 9 July 2019


Contents

Tasks

General

Task 1: Download and installing OSGeoLive

Download the OSGeoLive iso file and install on a Virtual Machine. Follow this instructions: https://live.osgeo.org/en/download.html https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/virtualization_quickstart.html

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

This task is needed to be able to do more OSGeoLive tasks

Task 2: Make a video for downloading and installing OSGeoLive

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel shows how to: Download the OSGeoLive iso file and install on a Virtual Machine.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

QGIS

Task 3: 1/2 QGIS quick start video part 1

Follow the instructions of the quick start sections:

  • Edit QGIS project
  • Style a layer

https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/qgis_quickstart.html

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.



Task 4: 2/2 QGIS quick start video part 1

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action:

  • Edit QGIS project
  • Style a layer

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 5: 1/2 QGIS quick start video part 2

Follow the instructions of the quick start sections:

  • Create a new QGIS project

https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/qgis_quickstart.html

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 6: 2/2 QGIS quick start video part 2

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action the sections:

  • Create a new QGIS project

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 7: 1/2 QGIS quick start video part 3

Follow the instructions of the quick start sections:

  • Connect to a PostGIS spatial database

https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/qgis_quickstart.html

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 8: 2/2 QGIS quick start video part 3

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action the sections:

  • Connect to a PostGIS spatial database

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 9: 1/2 QGIS quick start video part 4

Follow the instructions of the quick start sections:

  • Using the GRASS Toolbox
  • Using the Processing Toolbox

https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/qgis_quickstart.html

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.


Task 10: 2/2 QGIS quick start video part 4

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action the sections:

  • Using the GRASS Toolbox
  • Using the Processing Toolbox

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 11: 1/2 QGIS quick start video part 5

Follow the instructions of the quick start sections:

  • Importing OpenStreetMap data

https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/qgis_quickstart.html

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.


Task 12: 2/2 QGIS quick start video part 5

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action the sections:

  • Importing OpenStreetMap data

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

GRASS GIS

Task 13: Initialize GRASS GIS and close GRASS GIS

Follow the instructions of the quick start section:

  • Quick tour

of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html Where grass is initialized and the user name added

and the section

  • Shutdown and the command line

Where grass is closed

This task is needed for making more Grass quick start tasks Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 14: Video of Initialize GRASS GIS and close GRASS GIS

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action the section:

  • Quick tour

of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html Where grass is initialized and the user name added

And the section

  • Shutdown and the command line

Where grass is closed

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 15: 1/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 1

Follow the instructions of the https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Displaying maps

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.


Task 16: 2/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 1

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action the https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Displaying maps

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 17: 1/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 2

Follow the instructions of the https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Plot an elevation profile

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.


Task 18: 2/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 2

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action the https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Plot an elevation profile

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 19: 1/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 3

Follow the instructions of the https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Create a random surface

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 20: 2/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 3

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action the section:

  • Create a random surface

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 21: 1/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 4

Follow the instructions of the https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Adjust raster map colors

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 22: 2/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 4

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action the section:

  • Adjust raster map colors

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.



Task 23: 1/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 5

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Create a shaded relief map

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 24: 2/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 5

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Create a shaded relief map

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 25: 1/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 6

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Watersheds and streams

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 26: 2/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 6

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Watersheds and streams

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 27: 1/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 7

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Vector modules

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 28: 2/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 7

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Vector modules

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 29: 1/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 8

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Adjust vector map colors

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 30: 2/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 8

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Adjust vector map colors

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 31: 1/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 9

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Managing attributes

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 32: 2/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 9

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • Managing attributes

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 33: 1/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 10

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • 3D visualization

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 34: 2/2 GRASS GIS quick start video part 10

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/grass_quickstart.html section:

  • 3D visualization

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

gvSIG

Task 35: Start and close gvSIG

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • Start gvSIG and create a view
  • Saving your project or exiting gvSIG

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 36: Video of Start and close gvSIG

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • Start gvSIG and create a view
  • Saving your project or exiting gvSIG

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 37: 1/2 gvSIG quick start video part 1

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • Define the projection of your view

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions. Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.


Task 38: 2/2 gvSIG quick start video part 1

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • Define the projection of your view

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 39: 1/2 gvSIG quick start video part 2

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • The View - adding raster and vector data

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions. Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.


Task 40: 2/2 gvSIG quick start video part 2

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • The View - adding raster and vector data

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 41: 1/2 gvSIG quick start video part 3

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • The View - basic navigation

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions. Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.


Task 42: 2/2 gvSIG quick start video part 3

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • The View - basic navigation

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 43: 1/2 gvSIG quick start video part 4

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • The View - changing how layers look

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions. Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 44: 2/2 gvSIG quick start video part 4

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • The View - changing how layers look

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 45: 1/2 gvSIG quick start video part 5

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • Adding an overview or locator

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions. Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 46: 2/2 gvSIG quick start video part 5

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • Adding an overview or locator

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 47: 1/2 gvSIG quick start video part 6

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • Simple analysis - select towns within a region

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions. Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.


Task 48: 2/2 gvSIG quick start video part 6

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • Simple analysis - select towns within a region

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 49: 1/2 gvSIG quick start video part 7

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • Export selected features to a new shapefile

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions. Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 50: 2/2 gvSIG quick start video part 7

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • Export selected features to a new shapefile

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 51: 1/2 gvSIG quick start video part 8

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • How to create a map

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions. Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 52: 2/2 gvSIG quick start video part 8

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • How to create a map

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 53: 1/2 gvSIG quick start video part 9

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • Installing an add-on

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions. Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.


Task 54: 2/2 gvSIG quick start video part 9

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • Installing an add-on

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions. Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 55: 1/2 gvSIG quick start video part 10

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • Adding a OpenStreetMap layer


And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 56: 2/2 gvSIG quick start video part 10

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • Adding a OpenStreetMap layer


And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions. Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 57: 1/2 gvSIG quick start video part 11

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html for all the subsections of the sections:

  • Adding a WMTS layer

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.


Task 58: 2/2 gvSIG quick start video part 11

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/gvsig_quickstart.html all the subsections of the section:

  • Adding a WMTS layer

And of all the previous sections that are needed to accomplish this instructions.

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Marble

Task 59: 1/2 Video of Use Marble part 1

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html using the view:

  • Atlas

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 60: 2/2 Video of Use Marble part 1

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html the view:

  • Atlas

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 61: 1/2 Video of Use Marble part 2

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html using the view:

  • OpenStreetMap

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 62: 2/2 Video of Use Marble part 2

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html the view:

  • OpenStreetMap

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 63: 1/2 Video of Use Marble part 3

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html using the view:

  • Satellite View

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 64: 2/2 Video of Use Marble part 3

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html the view:

  • Satellite View

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 65: 1/2 Video of Use Marble part 4

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html using the view:

  • Earth at Night

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 66: 2/2 Video of Use Marble part 4

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html the view:

  • Earth at Night

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 67: 1/2 Video of Use Marble part 5

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html using the view:

  • Historical Map 1689

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 68: 2/2 Video of Use Marble part 5

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html the view:

  • Historical Map 1689

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 69: 1/2 Video of Use Marble part 6

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html using the view:

  • Moon

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 70: 2/2 Video of Use Marble part 6

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html the view:

  • Moon

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 71: 1/2 Video of Use Marble part 7

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html using the view:

  • Plain Map

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 72: 2/2 Video of Use Marble part 7

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html the view:

  • Plain Map

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 73: 1/2 Video of Use Marble part 8

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html using the view:

  • Precipitation (December)

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 74: 2/2 Video of Use Marble part 8

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html the view:

  • Precipitation (December)

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 75: 1/2 Video of Use Marble part 9

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html using the view:

  • Precipitation (July)

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 76: 2/2 Video of Use Marble part 9

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html the view:

  • Precipitation (July)

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 77: 1/2 Video of Use Marble part 10

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html using the view:

  • Temperature (December)

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 78: 2/2 Video of Use Marble part 10

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html the view:

  • Temperature (December)

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.

Task 79: 1/2 Video of Use Marble part 11

Follow the instructions of https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html using the view:

  • Temperature (July).

Make a screen shot to prove that you have done it.

Task 80: 2/2 Video of Use Marble part 11

Make a video targeted for uploading to the OSGeoLive YouTube channel that shows on action https://live.osgeo.org/en/quickstart/marble_quickstart.html the view:

  • Temperature (July).

The video should be less than 10 minutes long (the shorter the sweeter).

The video should be made available for use by the OSGeo Foundation under the Creative Commons Attribution‐ShareAlike license, so make sure you're not using assets (e.g., music) that can't be published under this. If assets you're using require you to use another Creative Commons license that might also be acceptable—discuss this with the mentors.