Emit #1 – Into Spatiotemporal

One of my new year’s resolutions for 2018 was to “blog more”. Not being very active on the well-known social media: a bit tired of Twitter, never really into Facebook, bit of LinkedIn.  OSGeo mailing lists, GitHub and Gitter is where you can find me most (thanks Jody, for reminding!). And…

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Dances with the GeoPython Tribe

During June 21-24, 2016 I attended the very first GeoPython Conference in Basel Switzerland. This event was organized by the Institute of Geomatics Engineering of the FHNW – University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland and PyBasel, the local Python User Group Northwestern Switzerland. In particular I should mention key-organizer  Martin…

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Deploying Open Source Geospatial Software – Part 1: Challenges

My blog has been quiet for some time. As many of us I’ve been busy doing projects, all involving Open Source Geo (OSGeo) software. Partly development, writing software, I love it, but also more and more in “what comes next”: deploying and maintaining “the application” with all of its dependencies. For…

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Unlocking Sensor Data – I’ll send an SOS to the world

Revealing: the title refers, for the younger readers, to a great 1979-hit by The Police as expanded below. To be played at the loudest possible volume. If you don’t see anything here below try the YouTube link directly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbXWrmQW-OE. One of the main aspects that glues the OSGeo-world together are OGC-standards: WMS, WFS,…

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