Portland, Oregon, USA • September 8th - 13th, 2014

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The annual FOSS4G conference is the largest global gathering focused on open source geospatial software. FOSS4G brings together developers, users, decision-makers and observers from a broad spectrum of organizations and fields of operation.


Six days of presentations, workshops, and great conversation.

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Tomorrow starts a fantastic three days of talks and sessions and networking and general geo-you-name-it. We are so excited to have you all here (and attending virtually, dear live stream viewers); here’s a quick list to get you rolling on day one. 

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BOF sessions: Find the carefully curated data on the . . .

TL/DR: (1) Our public transit is excellent, take it! (2) Go beyond the Convention Center area to see the best of PDX (3) We’re building a crowdsourced map of Portland goodness; find places to go and add the places you find.

Welcome to PDX, FOSS4G! Here’s a little hint . . .

This is part two the FOSS4G 2014 booth tour (part one). We encourage you to continue the booth tour in person for interesting and exciting geo-conversations, and we look forward to seeing you next week in Portland.


Swing by the Boundless booth (#16) for insights into . . .

Map fans, the 2014 FOSS4G Map Gallery is live. (Ta-da!) A stunning 88 maps available for your viewing pleasure. After you’ve appreciated the work of your fellow maptastic colleagues, we ask that you use your sharp-but-sweet critical eyes and your strong opinions to help us pick the 2014 People’s Choice Award. . . .

FOSS4G is an incredible gathering of open source geospatial developers and users from all over the globe; the event prides itself on being “the world’s premier open source geospatial conference.” Each year the hosting delegation works incredibly hard to put on a fantastic conference, and attendees come away with . . .