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Wednesday
Jun 19
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

We have a couple of really interesting topics this month:

  • We'll check out "Mapping Inequality" [1], a project out of University of Richmond, University of Maryland, Virginia Tech and John Hopkins. The project uses Leaflet and CartoDB to display georeferenced maps and redlining data from in the late 30's - with a focus on redlining and abrasive, unfiltered racist language that has directly influenced the formation of neighborhoods today.

  • We also have a very cool spatial analysis presentation from Kevin that will show how he used PostGIS, QGIS and Geopy to calculate the most remote locations in Oregon and Washington, along the lines of what Project Remote [2] has been doing for the whole lower 48. Kevin's project also used Leaflet, MapboxGL JS and Turf for visualization.

We'll also cover the latest happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell, so if you see something interesting in your geo-travels be sure to bring it along to share!

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
May 15
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month our special guest will be Gareth Baldrica-Franklin, who will be giving us a tour of the Atlas of the Pacific Northwest, an interactive educational product served entirely with open source tools such as Chart.js, D3, Topojson, Leaflet, QGIS, and Geoserver. We'll also try to cover some of the usual exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell.

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Apr 17
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

We'll cover the usual exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell.

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Mar 20
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

We'll cover the usual exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell. This month we will cover the new Trimet trip planner and many other interesting topics:

http://news.trimet.org/2019/03/trimet-tests-a-new-trip-planner-that-brings-together-transit-ridesourcing-carsharing-and-bikesharing-options/

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Jan 16
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

We'll cover the usual exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell.

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Dec 12, 2018
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

We'll cover the usual exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell.

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Oct 17, 2018
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: Special guest Rafa Gutierrez will be coming by to tell us all about a bunch of new tools out from Mapbox, such as Unity and Vision SDKs, updates to GL JS, and Studio. Rumor is our special guest may even bring a special guest!

We'll also cover the usual exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell.

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Sep 19, 2018
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell.

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
May 16, 2018
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell.

This month our special guest is Nicholas Chun, manager of the Oregon Population Forecast Program (OPFP). The OPFP produces regularly updated, coordinated population forecasts for Oregon counties and cities to assist them with their long term land use planning strategies. In addition to his primary role, Nick regularly create demographic profiles for customized areas using census data. Most of his data extraction and manipulation is done in R studio because of its flexibility and diverse number of packages. Among other things, Nick will be demonstrating how to use R to grab census data from the official APIs and produce basic choropleth maps. Bring your questions and come prepared to learn!

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Apr 18, 2018
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell.

This month our special topic is "Tools for telling stories with Data and Maps". We'll cover a wide range of tools for making charts, tours, interactive graphics, timelines, (and of course maps!), and methods and tools for wrapping all these items up into stories built for the web. It'll be a whirlwind tour and cover options from tons of different free and open sources, so if this if this is your sort of thing, don't miss it!

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Mar 21, 2018
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell.

Special guest special guest is Dave Percy, from PSU Geology. Percy will be talking about "Web mapping with QGIS2Web":

Qgis2Web is a plugin for QGIS, desktop GIS software, that converts map data into a Leaflet app running in the browser. This demo will show how to create a simple online map with multiple raster layers and one vector layer that has image popups.This particular application is unusual in that it is a thin-section of rock approximately 24x46 mm with embedded electron microscopy images.

Percy is PSU Geology department's GIS Geek for the last 20 years, and helped form PDX-OSGeo way back in 2006, so come on out and enjoy some pizza, learn about QGIS, and get your monthly OSGeo fix.

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Feb 21, 2018
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell.

Special guest Rafa Guttierez will be doing a "State of Mapbox tools", covering:

  • Mapbox Studio - new export and print features
  • A run down of all the APIs
  • Showcase of recently built applications
  • State of open source tools and libraries

As always, there will be pizza! And BYOB is always welcome.

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Jan 17, 2018
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents and bring your own geo-show and tell. We'll be plotting geospeakers and topics for 2018, so bring your nominations and ideas!

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Dec 13, 2017
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents. Special guests David Pollard and Ryan Hodges from Ecotrust will be showing off a couple of cool new tools:

  • Hoonah Stewards: https://www.hoonahstewards.net/ a land and resource management tool where tribes can record their activities and landowners can manage in ways that have lessened negative impact on tribal use.

  • Traditional Ethnographic Knowledge Database (TEKDB): http://tdntek.ecotrust.org/ a database exploring and revealing the connection between cultural and natural resources.

In addition, bring your own geo-show and tell, and come ready to share info on any upcoming geo-happenings that are on the horizon!

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Oct 18, 2017
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, upcoming geoevents. Special guest Emmor Nile will talk about "Using OpenStreetMap in a cross cultural context; experiences of working with OSM Africa". Emmor lived in Ethiopia for 10 months in 2016/17 and volunteered in a variety of OSM projects while there.

In addition, bring your own geo-show and tell, and come ready to share info on any fall geo-happenings that are on the horizon!

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Sep 20, 2017
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, a recap of summer events and FOSS4G highlights. Special guest Ricardo Morin will talk about "Highlighting Oregon’s WildLands" (HOWL), a recap of his presentation in Boston. More information at Ricardo's blog here: http://blog.rikitraki.com/FOSS4G-update/ and in the full abstract below [1].

In addition, bring your own geo-show and tell, and come ready to share info on any fall geo-happenings that are on the horizon!

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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[1] HOWL: 3D/4D mapping and visualization of Oregon’s wildlands

The HOWL (Highlighting Oregon's WildLands) project aims to create an interactive 3D/4D mapping and visualization tool for presenting spatio-temporal information relevant to the preservation of wilderness and wildlife protection in Oregon. HOWL will be available to conservation advocates (e.g., Oregon Wild) and the general public, to improve dissemination, understanding and interpretation of multiple publicly available data sources. Candidate data sets include boundaries of current and proposed wilderness areas, wild and scenic river areas, national forests and other public lands, wildfire events, wildlife migrations, deforestation history, and satellite imagery, to name a few.

HOWL is a web application being built using CesiumJS, a powerful open source 3D mapping and visualization library, which enables incorporating not only realistic terrain modeling, but also volumetric symbols to build interactive 3D thematic maps. In addition, HOWL will leverage the temporal visualization capabilities of CesiumJS to add the 4th dimension, thus enabling dynamic playback of related past and/or predicted events. Visualizations examples include wildfire history in old growth forest areas, wildlife migration records, and deforestation chronicles.

This presentation dives into details of building HOWL by leveraging open source front-end components (e.g., CesiumJS, jQuery, Bootstrap), back-end tools (e.g., MapShaper, toGeoJson, TopoJSON, node.js) and workflows for data acquisition, transformation, and integration. The presentation addresses key design decisions, technical challenges and future developments.

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Wednesday
May 17, 2017
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, Special guest Arty Rodriguez (ODFW Oregon Conservation Strategy GIS Analyst) and Ryan Hodges (Ecotrust Senior Software Developer who will be talking to us about the Compass mapping application and the http://OregonConservationStrategy.org website developed for Oregon Fish and Wildlife. More from Arty and Ryan is included below. In addition, bring your own geo-show and tell, and come ready to hear about schedule updates for summer events: Pedalpalooza, FOSS4G, State of the Map US, and more!

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Mar 15, 2017
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: exciting happenings in geodata, Special guest Max Ogden will be on hand to tell us all about Data Refuge, Data silos, and project Svalbard. Read more about that work in the New York Times [1] and bring your own geo-show and tell. Plus schedule updates for summer events: FOSS4G, State of the Map US, and more!

[1] https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/06/science/donald-trump-data-rescue-science.html

Our mailing list is here drop us a line with any questions: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Jan 18, 2017
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Our first meeting of 2017 is scheduled for Wednesday January 18th at Ecotrust. Special guests this month are Robert Eriksen and Aaron Evans of Paidtogo, a startup with a goal to incentivize alternative commuting. Here's more about their app:

Paidtogo is an app and web based platform that empowers governments, businesses and other organizations to incentivize commuters to take alternative forms of transportation. With this platform we can track, verify and pay commuters by the mile to walk, bike, take public transportation and carpool.

As always, there will be pizza. Bring your own geo-topics are welcome, as are bring your own geo-beverages.

Our mailing list is here: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Dec 14, 2016
CANCELLED - OSGeo-PDX monthly meeting
Portland State University Cramer Hall - room 409

Due to the Snow, we are cancelling tonight's meeting, and hope to reschedule the same speakers for our January meeting. Stay safe and happy holidays everyone!


Our December meeting is CANCELLED.

Our special guests this month are Robert Eriksen and Aaron Evans of Paidtogo, a startup with a goal to incentivize alternative commuting

Paidtogo is an app and web based platform that empowers governments, businesses and other organizations to incentivize commuters to take alternative forms of transportation. With this platform we can track, verify and pay commuters by the mile to walk, bike, take public transportation and carpool. We are currently in beta and looking to start a test pool in portland for IOS. We will have the android version ready in early 2017. We are looking for beta testers as well as people interested in getting involved in the project.

Come one, come all to Cramer Hall 409, Wednesday December 14th. 6 to 8:00pm. Did we say there will be Pizza? There will! And as always, BYOB...

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Wednesday
Oct 26, 2016
OSGeo-PDX monthly meeting
Portland State University Cramer Hall - room 409

Our rescheduled October meeting is Wednesday October 26th, from 6-8pm at PSU Cramer Hall Room 409.

The agenda is a hodgepodge of geo-happenings, "GeoPackages - Shapefiles of the future?", plans for PDX geo-Voltron, GIS Day sponsorship, countdown to the election, etc. As always, bring your own topics (and beer) are always welcome.

Come one, come all to Cramer Hall 409, Wednesday January 20th. 6 to 8:30pm. Did we say there will be Pizza? There will! And as always, BYOB...

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Wednesday
Sep 21, 2016
PDX OSGeo Monthly meeting
Ecotrust (Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center)

Monthly meeting of the Portland open source GIS group. Projects big and small are usually presented monthly along with rousing conversation and discussion. All are welcome, no need to RSVP - our group ranges from the geo-curious to the überhackers so bring your ideas and questions!

This month's agenda: we'll be recapping summer events such as the State of the Map, happenings in Bonn, and the recent Symposium by the Sea. Did you do any cool geo-projects over the summer that you want to share? Bring them along!

Our mailing list is here: http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-osgeo

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Wednesday
Jun 15, 2016
OSGeo-PDX monthly meeting
Portland State University Cramer Hall - room 409

This month our topic is led by Our invited guest will be Anatoly Geyfman who'll be talking to us about working with PostGIS and rendering from it with D3.js. This meet up we will cover setting up PostGIS, setting up a vector tile API, serving statistical data, and rendering it with D3.

In addition to Anatoly's talk, there are plenty of other items to share:

  • Report back from FOSS4GNA
  • Local OpenStreetMap activities (Trimet and elsewhere)
  • Open Source Bridge participation
  • Pedalpalooza planning

As always there will be Pizza! and feel free to BYOB.

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Wednesday
May 18, 2016
OSGeo-PDX monthly meeting
Portland State University Cramer Hall - room 409

This month our topic is led by Rafa Gutierrez who'll chat with us about Mapbox goodness like their newly redesigned base maps, vector awesomeness, Turf.js, and the end of CartoCSS. . In addition to Rafa's talk, there are plenty of other items to share:

  • Report back from FOSS4GNA
  • Local OpenStreetMap activities (Trimet and elsewhere)
  • Open Source Bridge participation
  • Pedalpalooza planning

As always there will be Pizza! and feel free to BYOB.

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Wednesday
Apr 20, 2016
OSGeo-PDX monthly meeting
Portland State University Cramer Hall - room 409

This month our topic is the the workflow and open-sourced tools used in a project called "LiDAR on the cheap! - Lessons learned from using Structure from Motion to model terrain at Mickey Springs, SE Oregon". In addition to Al's talk, there are plenty of other items to share:

  • Report back from CUGOS spring fling happenings
  • Some local OpenStreetMap activities (Trimet and elsewhere)
  • State of the Map Seattle, submission deadlines looming.
  • Summer schedules, etc.

As always there will be Pizza, and feel free to BYOB.

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Wednesday
Feb 17, 2016
The Power of Story -- PDX OSGeo monthly meeting
Portland State University Cramer Hall - room 409

This month welcomes Tim Welch and Katie Urey who will be combining two of their favorite things - Stories and Maps. Pizza will be provided. BYOB as always.


The Power of Story

How do you tell a good story with a map? A story that’s memorable, entertaining, and paints a vivid picture that the viewer connects with. We’ll dive into two different scenarios.

Policy Advocacy

Imagine a world with zero traffic-related injuries. That’s what the Portland Vision Zero campaign wants to achieve in the next 10 years with the participation of the City of Portland, Oregon Walks, Bike Portland and other groups. With construction booming in Portland, one of the biggest concerns is construction closures which often bring together vehicles, bikes, and pedestrians in unexpected and unsafe ways. How can we utilize maps to illustrate issues like this, demonstrate alternatives, and advocate for improving policy? This project is seeking collaborators, please reach out to us.

Product Marketing

Good product presentation goes beyond the specs to tell a story that a potential customer can imagine themselves in. We can use maps to play out scenes in the real world where the viewer is the main character. Tim will present an app-based approach that’s part movie and part presentation that can be used for anything from elevator pitches to digital displays -- Toolbox: React, Mapbox GL+Studio, Turf, QGIS, OpenStreetMap, and Electron.

Presenters

Tim Welch -- @tdoubleuu, freelance web developer connecting the dots -- http://dotsconnect.us

Katie Urey -- @rbracket, GIS Geek, advocate for safe walking

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Wednesday
Jan 20, 2016
OSGeo-PDX monthly meeting
Portland State University Cramer Hall - room 409

Happy New Year! Once again the 3rd week of the month is upon us, so mark your calendars for PDXOSGeo. We're starting the new year off with a bang and a great line-up of topics:

Matthew Lippincott will be talking about OpenAerialMap, Mapknitter, and what a participatory archive of aerial imagery might look like, from the perspective of someone working with community groups on mapping environmental degradation, restoration, and pollution.

Tim Welch will talk fast and scalable geo-search with Elastic Search. Case study - Journalmap http://journalmap.org, and immersive storytelling with maps - https://github.com/twelch/reactmap-tour. (Mapbox+React+Electron+QGIS)

Come one, come all to Cramer Hall 409, Wednesday January 20th. 6 to 8:30pm. Did we say there will be Pizza? There will! And as always, BYOB...

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Wednesday
Oct 21, 2015
OSGeo-PDX monthly meeting
Portland State University Cramer Hall - room 409

Once again the 3rd week of the month is upon us, so mark your calendars for PDXOSGeo. With next month's date intersecting with GIS Day activities, and no regularly scheduled meeting in December, this will be the last regular PDXOSGeo meeting of 2015. So that means you should be there - yes? Yes!!

WhereCampPDX is just around the corner (Halloween!), so there should be plenty to talk about. And as always there will be pizza. We have a number of things to talk about:

WhereCampPDX volunteering, sponsorship, etc.
Special guests - we've invited a few!
Bring your lightning talk ideas for the unconference prep https://www.sli.do/home

Come one, come all to Cramer Hall 409, Wednesday October 21st. 6 to 8:30pm. Did we say there will be Pizza? There will! And as always, BYOB...

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Wednesday
Sep 16, 2015
OSGeo-PDX monthly meeting
Portland State University Cramer Hall - room 409

Monthly meeting of the open source GIS group PDX-OSGeo. There will be pizza! And scintillating geo-conversation!

Come one, come all to Cramer Hall 409, Wednesday Sept 16th. 6 to 8:30pm. We have a number of things to talk about:

  • Chapter business and URISA events
  • WhereCampPDX
  • Web presence once and for all

We also came up with a great list of potential speakers, and can run through the schedule for the next few months.

Did we say there will be Pizza? There will! And as always, BYOB...

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Wednesday
Aug 19, 2015
OSGeo-PDX monthly meeting
Portland State University Cramer Hall - room 409

Monthly meeting of the open source GIS group PDX-OSGeo. There will be pizza! And scintillating geo-conversation!

Come one, come all to Cramer Hall 409, Wednesday Aug 19th. 6 to 8:30pm. Special guest this month is Kate Chapman [email protected] Kate has lots of interesting things she could talk about. Topics from State of the Map US earlier this year include:

When Data Doesn't Belong in OSM: The Land Tenure Use Case
http://stateofthemap.us/when-data-doesnt-belong-in-osm-the-land-tenure-use-case/

The OpenStreetMap Foundation and You: The Why, The How and What You Can Do to Get Involved
http://stateofthemap.us/the-openstreetmap-foundation-and-you-the-why-the-how-and-what-you-can-do-to-get-involved/ 

Did we say there will be Pizza? There will! And as always, BYOB...

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