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FOSS4G Opening Plenary 21 14.09.2011
PyKML: Python KML Library 5 14.09.2011
Critical Analysis of the WFS Transactional 12 14.09.2011
Efficiently using QGIS with PostGIS 7 14.09.2011
Using GRASS GIS to Calculate Potential Global Solar Irradiation Using Canopy Heights as a Base Elevation Layer to Assist in the Landscape Scale Characterization of Aquatic Habitats 20 14.09.2011
Raster data in GeoServer and GeoTools: Achievements, issues and future developments 23 14.09.2011
Tutorial: GeoServer Scripting with Python and RESTConfig 35 14.09.2011
Who's Watching your Food: A Case Study for Environmental Health Monitoring 21 14.09.2011
Bringing the oceans to life using OGC services and dynamic visualization 20 14.09.2011
Managing Large Amounts of U.S. Army Imagery Data: Recommendations for Improving FOSS4G Imagery Solutions 22 14.09.2011
Beyond Markers: a new approach to interactive realtime weather maps 22 14.09.2011
Why do you do that? An exploration of open source business models 22 14.09.2011
GeoScript - Spatial Capabilities for Scripting Languages 15 14.09.2011
Regional Data Sharing with Drupal, Geoserver, and Openlayers 5 14.09.2011
Pivoting to monetize mobile hyperlocal social gamification by going viral in the cloud 6 14.09.2011
Mod-geocache, a fast tiling solution for the apache web server 23 14.09.2011
Defining a GIS: Essential GIS functions from users 23 14.09.2011
Advancing global marine biogeography research with open source GIS software and cloud computing 20 14.09.2011
Earth Observation Scientific Workflows in a Distributed Computing Environment 20 14.09.2011
Modeling of landslide-generated tsunamis with GRASS 19 14.09.2011
A better way to manage millions of map tiles 20 14.09.2011
Tutorial: Introduction to MapGuide Open Source - Demo 10 14.09.2011
The State of OSGeo 22 14.09.2011
Wading Into Geospatial Open Source with Tobin Bradley 13 13.09.2011
Open Source, Open Data and Open Standards 17 13.09.2011