We are building a community of open source geospatial software users at LSU. Anyone is welcome to join, just get on our mailing list to get details ahead of each meeting.
If you are interested in presenting, or have a topic you would like to learn more about, checkout the presentations page where you can sign up or suggest a topic. Presentations are very informal.
We've also started recording our meetings, and will be posting the videos below.
|Apr 22nd||(Google) Earth Day!||!!|
|Apr 15th||Wildlife Corridor Modeling for Giant Pandas||Andrew Wright & Tanvi Shah|
|Apr 8th||Programming in GIS - A QGIS Example||Adam Cox|
|April 1st||GitHub, Markdown, and Open Science||Brendan Harmon|
|Feb 19th||Georeferencing Historic Maps with QGIS||Adam Cox|
|Feb 5th||OSGeo and FOSS4G Resources||Adam Cox & Brendan Harmon|
|Jan 22nd||Welcome Meeting||Adam Cox|
To get announcements about upcoming meetings and more, join our LSU listserv. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with this text for the body:
SUBSCRIBE geoforall_lsu <Your Name> (example:
SUBSCRIBE geoforall_lsu Buster Keaton). No subject line is necessary.
We also have a public-facing discussion forum for sharing resources that anyone is welcome to join.