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La Open Source Geospatial Foundation è stata creata per produrre e supportare il miglior software open source per la geomatica. L'obiettivo della fondazione è quello di incoraggiare l'uso e lo sviluppo collaborativo dei progetti che fanno parte della comunità. Questo sito web serve come portale per utenti e sviluppatori al fine di condividere idee e progetti. Se sei interessato visitaci spesso e iscriviti alle mailing list. Per partecipare alla comunità controlla questa pagina.

Community Spotlights

Spotlight: Markus Neteler

Markus is the leader of the GRASS GIS project, and has played a pivotal role in the revitalization of the project and it's community. Markus is also a founding member of OSGeo and has been active in building the broader FOSS4G community for many years. At the FOSS4G 2006 conference, Markus Neteler was honored with the Sol Katz GFOSS Award for 2006. Read on for Markus' interview.

Spotlight: Andrew Morsell P.E.

Andrew MorsellAndrew Morsell (amorsell) is a MapGuide user and part of the Autodesk developer network. Andrew is not just an ordinary fellow, he owns Spatial Integrators, Inc., a GIS consulting company located in Spokane, Washington. Let's learn some more about this very interesting member of our OSGeo community. Read on for Andrew's interview.

Spotlight: Tom Kralidis

Tom Kralidis Tom Kralidis is a participant at OSGeo.org and an employee of Environment Canada. Tom is primarily a user of MapServer (and underlying packages) and mapbuilder and also supports OGC specifications for open source projects. Read on for more in the Tom Kralidis Developer Spotlight.

Spotlight: Paul Spencer

Paul Spencer (pagameba) is one of the charter members of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation. Paul is participating in the governance through the incubation committee. Read on for Paul's Spotlight interview.

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