Reporting back from FOSS4G 2013

Great shot! – photo by Kenneth Field

FOSS4G 2013 in Nottingham is history. It was my first FOSS4G and a great event. Meeting so many people for the first time in person is really exciting. I had the great chance to present some of the work I did at AIT on comparing street networks. If you couldn’t make it to the conference or missed my talk, here’s the chance to hear it again:

(Tip: You’ll find many more FOSS4G presentations on Youtube.)

Slides and the paper are listed on my publications page. If you are interested in the code, you can find it on Github.

So far, I couldn’t find Tim Sutton’s QGIS keynote video on Youtube. Maybe it will be uploaded later. In the meantime, you can enjoy his slides.

Of course, you already know that the release of QGIS 2.0 was also announced at FOSS4G. In case you haven’t seen the great list of new features yet, have a look at the visual changelog.

Map Gallery – photo by Kenneth Field

The results of the FOSS4G 2013 map contest have also been published now. Thanks to everyone who voted for my entry “FLEET Taxi Tracking” which made it to Runner-up: Best Anti-map Map!


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