OSGeo Journal Vol. 6 published

The latest OSGeo Journal has been published:

OSGeo Journal Volume 6 – All Articles                    PDF
                   59 pages

Table of Contents

From the Editor…                                                      PDF
Tyler Mitchell 1
Volunteer Recognition (Volume 6)                           PDF
Landon Blake 2

1) News

News                                                                            PDF
Scott Mitchell 4

2) Events

CASCADOSS International Symposium and International Information Workshop. Events’ report. PDF
Rafal Wawer, Monika Rusztecka, Erika Orlitowa, Adam Podolcsak, Therese Steenberghen, Therese Steenberghen 7
Summer Training Courses on FOSS4G 2007-2009                                         PDF
Rafal Wawer, Jos Van Orshoven, Jos Van Orshoven 4

3) Topical Studies

Why Every Open Source Software Project Needs A Good Dictator PDF
Landon Blake 2

4) Programming Tutorials

GPGPU with GDAL – Basics of GPGPU interfacing PDF
Yann Chemin 3

5) Case Studies

gvSIG is a viable robust alternative to commercially available GIS packages PDF
Simon Christopher Cropper 3

6) Project Spotlight

GRASS Image Processing Environment. Application to evapotranspiration Direct Readout PDF
Yann Chemin, Thomas Alexandridis, Ines Cherif 5
SEXTANTE, a free platform for geospatial analysis PDF
Victor Olaya 8

7) Research Papers

Usability Trumps Features: User needs and the redesign of a web-based GIS to support community environmental monitoring PDF
Martin Joseph Bunch, Micheal David MacLennon
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About neteler

Markus Neteler , a founding-member of the FOSSGIS.de (D-A-CH), GFOSS.it (Italy), and the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo), was head of the GIS and Remote Sensing Unit at the Research and Innovation Centre of the Fondazione Edmund Mach, Trento, Italy from 2008-2016. Since then he is CEO of mundialis company located in Bonn, Germany, a startup specialized in open source development and massive data processing. He is author of several books and chapters on GRASS and various papers on GIS applications. Being passionate about Open Source GIS, he became a GRASS GIS user in 1993 and a developer in 1997, coordinating its development since then.