Event: Melbourne Open GIS

By on 27 September, 2011
The Melbourne Open GIS event is on again at 6pm on this Thursday the 29th of September at the OpenHub.
Melbourne Open GIS is a forum to discuss open standards and interoperability in GIS. The meetings bring together professionals from geospatial and other disciplines in a casual environment for some presentations, informal discussions, socialising and some drinks supplied by our meeting sponsors.
Next week's event includes:
* Roald de Wit (Bureau of Meteorology) – Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial Conference (FOSS4G2011) Denver debrief
* Simon Hope (Geoplex) – 'Brewing maps with TileMill'
* Ben Hosken (Flink Labs) – interactive data visualisation
* Simon Cropper (Botanicus) – natural resource mapping
* job board, community announcements, drinks
Meetings are open to anyone, but if you wish to attend, you must RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/melbourne-open-gis
If you want to stay informed of future events, you can register your details on the Meetup page.

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