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GeoAPI 3.0, Java interfaces as an OGC standard 20 16.09.2011
PostGIS 2.0, the new stuff 30 16.09.2011
HSLayers 23 16.09.2011
Open Source Web Test Engine for Geospatial Standards 28 16.09.2011
Web Mapping Performance Shootout 25 16.09.2011
HTML5 for Rich Geospatial applications on the web 21 16.09.2011
Tips for the PostGIS Power User 25 16.09.2011
Store, manipulate and analyze raster data within the PostgreSQL/PostGIS spatial database 23 16.09.2011
Mapbender 3 - Where Are We Going? 23 16.09.2011
Advanced Cartography for the Web 18 16.09.2011
Tuning GDAL Raster Performance 22 16.09.2011
Using Web GIS to Display Real-Time Rain/Stream Data with Potential Flood Impacts 18 16.09.2011
Open Source Business Intelligence (OSBI): Overview and Geospatial Enablement 20 16.09.2011
Spatial Processing using JEQL 24 16.09.2011
Developing an Open Source Geospatial Solution for the Telecommunications Industry 26 15.09.2011
Implementation, challenges and future directions of integrating services from the GIS and decision science domains: a case of Distributed Spatial Multi-Criteria Evaluation 18 15.09.2011
Integration of GeoServer with NoSQL databases 13 15.09.2011
Open Source LiDAR Visualization Using GRASS GIS 21 15.09.2011
Corporate FOSS Adoption – Managing Risk 26 15.09.2011
Case Study Fukushima: Open Source Data Discovery in Disaster Management 17 15.09.2011
LiDAR Point Cloud Processing with libPC and libLAS 21 15.09.2011
Enabling Spatial Dynamics Modelling with Scalable Local Regression 20 15.09.2011
Adaptive Improvisation and the True Value of Open Source 15 15.09.2011
The State of GeoCouch 20 15.09.2011
From Project to Product to Open Source. Now What? 19 15.09.2011