To badly quote a Queen Song, “I like to ride my bicycle”. I’ve been trying to find new spots to ride. Of course being me I’m always debating things I can map while I’m out doing something. This weekend I decided to map the Bike Share Program. It was raining so I went with a […]
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TN NG-911 OpenGeo Server
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So way back when…..I was working in a production map shop and I had to make a map of a Nuclear Plant. The fun part being it was all manual. So we would use a lettering machine to place the labels and legend on the enlarged photo. We would manually trace all the features on […]
I tend to spend probably more effort than I should telling people “Go to a FOSS4G Meeting”. I made my……(think..think… 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019) fifth North American Event. Six if you count Boston – but that was International but lets count it – so six. I think this might be a record for […]
Here comes about the most abstract thing I’ve done in a while. I’ve been having meetings centered around FOSS4G Software in the Southeastern US (Knoxville TN – UTK) for the last 2 years. Over the last 2 we’ve had talks ranging from GRASS to LIDAR to SAGA to QGIS and all points in between. We […]