RE: Of canned slide decks and stuff

Sure, where on the Wiki would you like it?

(Alternatively, I might ask why all the Wiki content is not part of the
Collab site -- does Collab site support wikiness?)


-----Original Message-----
From: Arnulf Christl []
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2006 2:26 AM
Cc: Michael P. Gerlek; Frank Warmerdam
Subject: Re: Of canned slide decks and stuff

Michael P. Gerlek wrote:
> Frank is correct, that's what I had in mind.
> For what its worth, I'm going to be at both the Where 2.0
show in San
> Jose and the GeoWeb 2006 conference in Vancouver -- be nice
if we could
> get some airtime at these. Nat T. of O'Reilly is sure to
be sympathetic
> to our righteous cause, and I'm pretty sure I could get some time at
> GeoWeb (LizardTech is a sponsor, and I'm already giving a couple or
> three presentations there).
> -mpg

Hi Michael,
thats cool. You should just have received an invitation to join the
Visibility Committee, all further dicussion should happen there.
Whatever dates that you have where the OSGeo might appear or
you could
give a talk/presentation just add them to the Wiki. I am currently
looking around for a simple calendar pulgin. If that works
out to be too
difficult or no good I will contact DanielB and see what they
can do for us.


>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Frank Warmerdam [] On Behalf
>>Of Frank Warmerdam
>>Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2006 5:25 AM
>>To: Arnulf Christl
>>Cc: Michael P. Gerlek
>>Subject: Re: Of canned slide decks and stuff
>>Arnulf Christl wrote:
>>>Hi Michael,
>>>I just read "volunteer to help" and that sounds great. I
>>don't know what
>>>the "Canned slide decks" activities refer to - could you please
>>>enlighten me?
>>I believe "canned slide decks" refers to preprepared
>>"powerpoint style"
>>presentations that folks can give at conferences,
>>presentations to companies
>>and so forth.
>>Best regards,
>>I set the clouds in motion - turn up | Frank Warmerdam,
>>light and sound - activate the windows |
>>and watch the world go round - Rush | Geospatial
>>Programmer for Rent