Tuesday, July 18, 2006


Howdy! As you can see I didn't post at a reasonable time again. We had a user committee meeting this morning that went well. We had a great presentation exposing our users to different types of analysis. Then it was off to the supervisors network where we discussed performance reviews. Yawn! In the afternoon I met with several water utility managers to discuss ways that GIS can help them in their jobs. All in all it was productive and tiring. I'll sleep well tonight.

"GeoServer is an Open Source server that connects your information to the Geospatial Web. With GeoServer you can publish and edit data using open standards. Your information is made available in a large variety of formats as maps/images or actual geospatial data. GeoServer's transactional capabilities offer robust support for shared editing. GeoServer's focus is ease of use and support for standards, in order to serve as 'glue' for the geospatial web, connecting from legacy databases to many diverse clients. GeoServer supports WFS-T and WMS open protocols from the OGC to produce JPEG, PNG, SVG, KML/KMZ, GML, PDF, Shapefiles and more. Geoserver is built on Geotools, the same Java toolkit that udig uses. GeoServer is a truly open community, with a well documented and modular codebase, so don't hesitate to get involved." Check it out at http://docs.codehaus.org/display/GEOS/Home.

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