The Free and Open source Software Developers' European Meeting (FOSDEM) is a general Open Source conference - one of the largest in Europe. OSM was represented by a stand at most of the last years.
FOSDEM 2018 is a free and non-commercial event bringing together about 8000 hackers in Brussels, Belgium, with the goal to provide open source software developers and communities a place to meet and share thoughts. The participation is free of charge, although donations are welcome. FOSDEM 2018 will take place on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th February 2018, at Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB, Campus du Solbosch, Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt 50, Brussels 1050, Belgium).
Meet other OSMers for lunch & talks! A meeting is organised by OSM-Belgium.
Geospatial devroom program
The Geospatial devroom is the place to talk about the state of the art of open, geo-related data, free and open source geospatial software and its ecosystem. This includes standards and tools, e.g. spatial databases, online mapping tools, geospatial services, used for collecting, storing, delivering, analysing, and visualizing geodata. This is the fourth (!) time there will be a Geospatial devroom.
Please check the official page for links and program updates.
Live feed (on Sunday): https://live.fosdem.org/watch/aw1126
|Intro Geospatial devroom||Johan Van de Wauw||09:00||09:05|
|Join the FREEWAT family. FREEWAT (FREE and open source software tools for WATer resource management)||Pieter Jan Haest||09:05||09:30|
|Bicycle-sharing stations: profiling and availability prediction||RaphaĂŤl Delhome||09:30||10:00|
|Blink Raster: A C++ library for Map Algebra||Alex Hagen-Zanker||10:00||10:30|
|GDAL Tips and TricksGDAL installation, Python usage, and Cloud GeoTIFFs||Jeremy Mayeres||10:30||11:00|
|GRASS GIS in the sky. GRASS GIS as high-performance remote sensing toolbox||Markus Neteler, Moritz Lennert, Markus Metz||11:00||11:30|
|GeoPandas: easy, fast and scalable geospatial analysis in Python||Joris Van den Bossche||11:30||12:00|
|Open source Big Geospatial Data analytics||Marc Vloemans||12:00||12:30|
|Spatial Support in MySQL 8.0||Norvald H. Ryeng||12:30||13:00|
|Distance computation in Boost.Geometry||Vissarion Fysikopoulos||13:00||13:30|
|Building Rock Climbing Maps with OpenStreetMap||Viet Nguyen||13:30||14:00|
|Building OSM based web app from scratch. How to find the way through the open source jungle||Nils Vierus||14:00||14:30|
|Privacy aware city navigation with CityZen app. The free open source app that let's you explore your city and contribute to OSM||Redon Skikuli||14:30||15:00|
|Every subway network in the world||Ilya Zverev||15:00||15:30|
|Rendering map data with Mapnik and Python||Hartmut Holzgraefe||15:30||16:00|
|Efficient and interactive 3D point cloud processing. Combining the strengths of pdal, ipyvolume and jupyter||Mathieu Carette||16:00||16:30|
|[AMENDMENT] Mapping FOSDEM for accessibility||Johan Van de Wauw||16:30||17:00|
FOSDEM 2017 is a free and non-commercial event bringing together about 5000 developers in Brussels, Belgium, with the goal to provide open source software developers and communities a place to meet and share thoughts. The participation is free of charge, although donations are welcome. The next edition will take place on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th February 2017, at Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB, Campus du Solbosch, Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt 50, Brussels 1050, Belgium).
- Official site
For the third (!) time there will be a Geospatial devroom and will be happening on Sunday 5/2/2017! Geospatial technologies and mapping used to be specialist work, but nowadays location and maps are becoming part of many projects/applications, which usually use only a small subset of the possibilities the data and software offer. The geospatial devroom is the place to talk about open, geo-related data and software and their ecosystem. This includes standards and tools, e.g. for spatial databases, and online mapping, geospatial services, used for collecting, storing, delivering, analysing, and visualizing purposes.
We welcome submissions about:
- Web and desktop GIS applications;
- Collaborative editing / versioning of geodata and metadata;
- Interoperable geospatial web services and specifications;
- Collection of data using sensors / UAVs / satellites;
- Geo-analytic algorithms / libraries;
- Geospatial extensions for classical databases (indexes, operations) and dedicated databases;
- Big geodata, scalable GIS applications;
- Volunteered Geographic information - Crowdsourced geodata.
- How to submit a proposal for a talk
Are you thrilled to present your work to other open source developers? Would you like to run a discussion? Any other ideas? Please submit your proposal at: https://fosdem.org/submit
Make sure to select the 'Geospatial devroom' as 'Track'. If you have an account from previous years, you should be using the same.
Please specify in the notes if you prefer for your presentation either a short timeslot (lightning talks ~10 minutes) or a long timeslot (20 minutes presentation + discussion). However, note that time slots are indicative and will be assigned according to the timing of the session.
The DEADLINE for submissions is Thursday **1st December 2016**.
Notification of acceptance will be sent to the Authors by 11/12/2016 at the latest.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the organisers of the devroom at fosdem-geospatial (at) gisky.be!
- Want to know what FOSDEM geospatial is like?
Check out the videos and the presentations of our previous two editions.
16ed. FOSDEM 2016, Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st January 2016 at the usual location, ULB Campus Solbosch in Brussels.
Call for participation:
- for main track presentations, developer rooms, stands and lightning talks.
- Program Geospatial devroomː https://fosdem.org/2016/schedule/track/geospatial/
- Announcement at Mailinglist: https://lists.openstreetmap.org/pipermail/talk/2016-January/075335.html
- 16 October: deadline for first batch of main track proposals
- 30 October: final deadline for main track proposals
There will be a geospatial devroom at the FOSDEM 2015. And there are intentions to also have a stand there.
The call for papers of the geospatial devroom can be found at: http://blog.gisky.be/2014/10/call-for-papers-geospatial-devroom.html
Submission deadline is 1/12/2015
|Intro geospatial devroom||Johan Van de Wauw||09:00-09:05|
|Use of OSS in the Lifewatch biodiversity research project||Julien Radoux||09:05-09:15|
|QGIS Tool for Landslide Hazard Assessment||Darya Golovko||09:15-09:25|
|Opensource Desktop GIS at Regional and Local goverments in Flanders
Integrating Govermental webservices into QGIS
|Bridging the gap between simulation and GIS||Vincent Mora||09:40-10:05|
|GRASS GIS 7: Efficiently processing big geospatial data||Markus Neteler||10:10-10:30|
|GRASS Development APIs
Lifting the fog on the different ways to develop for GRASS
|Open Standards for Big Geo Data||Peter Baumann||10:50-11:15|
|Scotty, I need a data in three minutes! (Or we're all dead!!)
Just the right data at just the right time
|Distributed tile processing with GeoTrellis and Spark||Rob Emanuele||11:50-12:15|
|GeoTrellis and the GeoTiff File Format||Johan Stenberg||12:15-12:25|
|Habitat - a programmable personal geospatial datatore||Richard Pope||12:30-12:40|
spatial backend as a service !
|Taking Web GIS beyond Google Maps with the Geomajas Client and Spatial Application Server
|Mobile Map Technology
Developing Mobile Multiplatform 3d maps
|Manuel de la Calle Alonso||13:45-14:10|
|Potree - Rendering Large Point Clouds in Web Browsers||Markus Schütz||14:15-14:25|
|OpenLayers 3: A unique web-mapping library||Éric Lemoine||14:30-14:55|
|Ol3-Cesium : 3D for OpenLayers map
An exciting library for automatically bringing 3D to your map
A service to query OpenStreetMap data
|Tempus: a framework for multimodal trip planning||Hugo Mercier||15:45-16:10|
or do you want to reduce your data
|PicoTCP on Mobile Ad Hoc networks||Brecht Van Cauwenberghe||16:45-16:55|
once again OSM had a stand at the FOSDEM in 2013.
once again OSM had a stand at the FOSDEM in 2012.
- Christian Quest (France)
- Jo (Belgium)
- Piwi (Belgium) Only Sunday
- ... (please add your name here)
- 1 table + 2 chairs
- 2 A0 printouts provided by Geofabrik (1 * world, 1 * Brussels around FOSDEM area)
- multiple laptops and mobile devices to show maps and the use of OSM
FOSDEM is the biggest free and non-commercial event organized by and for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. The OpenStreetMap stand's is organised by RatZillaS
- 1 table + 2 chairs
- 1 "Pocket" Server:
Shuttle K45 4GB RAM / Pentium E5300 / HD 1TB / Debian 6.0 "Squeeze" ;-)
- Package for demo and/or workshop:
osmosis - openlayer - postgresql - qemu virtual machine - osm2pgsql
- 1 Gigabit 8-port Switch
- 1 Wifi Router WRT54GL OpenWRT 10.03 "Backfire"
Stickers - pins - mugs - if possible TShirts
- 16 GB DeadDrop with :
Planet of the week Some MapOSMatic plans and and ... surprise ... come and see
- who knows detils about the presence 2008? Please add...