GeoRabble roundup

By on 29 March, 2011
The first-ever GeoRabble event was held last week in Sydney, with around one hundred geo-types crowding into the Occidental Hotel for a casual night of tales, laughter, drinks, and a few talks.
Speakers included Stephen Lead from Ajilon, Monique Potts from the ABC, Francisco Urbina from Esri Australia, Chris Broadfoot from Google, Peter Bayley from OpenEarth, and Brett Madsen from Lagen Spatial.
With the event being such a success, the organisers are keen for another one. If you’re in Sydney, keep your eyes on the GeoRabble website for details of upcoming events, or check the Spatial Source calendar.
GeoRabble was supported by Spatial Source and EBR.

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