Building on the success of last year’s GeoNode summit, folks representing Eldarion, GFDRR, Harvard CGA, MapStory, OpenGeo, SpatialDev, WFP and others met at Harvard University. The summit was designed to get many of the major GeoNode partners together to coordinate around a shared development roadmap and commit resources to following through on it. On Monday, February 6th, the first day of the summit, each [...]
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Last week, Ariel Núñez, a member of the GeoNode community, participated at a workshop in Grenada entitled “Data Management using Open Source Software in the Caribbean” in which he lead two sessions: one two-hour training for forty participants on using GeoNode and another two-hour training for twenty participants on installing and customizing GeoNode. Seven countries and [...]
There will be plenty of opportunities to learn about GeoNode at this year’s FOSS4G Conference! Remember to register for the conference, workshops, and tutorials. If previous years are any indication, they fill up fast.
Interested in getting paid to work on some of the most innovative open source geospatial software around? In addition to open positions at OpenGeo, the folks at the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery are also hiring! As part of the Open Data for Resilience Initiative, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery collaborates with partners [...]
As GeoNode continues grow, various institutional partners including the World Bank have expanded the number of deployments around the world and are now looking to bring on partners to further support this growing project. Of particular interest are organizations skilled in deploying new instances and training personnel in using and administering GeoNode—especially those organizations with [...]