So this is happening……http://osgeo.us . I know – website isn’t live yet but we’re getting there. For those of you in OSGEO – you may have looked around and went “Hey – where is the US Chapter?”. After the Boston 2017 Event – several people started talking and the decision was made to push this […]
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Last QGIS class I taught somone asked “WHAT ABOUT DATA COLLECTION IN QGIS IN THE FIELD?”. My default answer most days are Fulcrum. Well – about all days. Fulcrum is my favorite but I do enjoy playing around with different software. If you have an android phone you are in luck because you can test […]
It’s a story that’s way longer than anyone will want to read. I’ve a client that I’m doing a database conversion project. We’ve moving out of a commercial vendor and to Postgis/PostgreSQL/QGIS. Weird thing is I’m running linux on everything. Usually it’s not a problem….BUT – they are on QGIS 2.18 and I’m running QGIS […]
So for those of you just tuning in (https://wp.me/p244MI-2nT), I did a QGIS 4 hour intro class at TNGIC. TNGIC is the State GIS group. They’ve been around a good while. I don’t really participate that much anymore. Why? Eh – There’s a few things I like doing and going to conferences doesn’t rate high […]