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Who's using Geoserver (and for what)?

dblasby
Well, it looks like Geoserver 1.3.0 ("the official release") is coming
out quite soon now.  I've been very busy adding functionality,
ease-of-use, and stability.  After all this hard work, what I'd like to
know is who is actually using Geoserver and what its being used for!

I'm busy working on my presentation for the OpenSource GeoSpatial
Conference (also known as MUM), and I'd like to mention a few projects.
 I'd also like to know why you chose Geoserver over other products.

I'm actually quite interested in hearing about how the fruits of my (and
other's) labour are being used.  Sometimes I feel it just gets sent out
to the ether and disappears.

So, if you're using Geoserver, please reply to this message and tell
myself and the rest of the people what you're using it for!

Thanks,
Dave

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Re: [Geoserver-devel] Who's using Geoserver (and for what)?

Ian Turton
On 6/8/05, [hidden email] <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I'm busy working on my presentation for the OpenSource GeoSpatial
> Conference (also known as MUM), and I'd like to mention a few projects.
>  I'd also like to know why you chose Geoserver over other products.

I use it for teaching my masters course in Open Web Mapping. We also
use it for research and development of web mapping tools.

Ian
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Re: Who's using Geoserver (and for what)?

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QOUTE:
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Well, it looks like Geoserver 1.3.0 ("the official release") is coming
out quite soon now.  I've been very busy adding functionality,
ease-of-use, and stability.  After all this hard work, what I'd like to
know is who is actually using Geoserver and what its being used for!

I'm busy working on my presentation for the OpenSource GeoSpatial
Conference (also known as MUM), and I'd like to mention a few projects.
 I'd also like to know why you chose Geoserver over other products.

I'm actually quite interested in hearing about how the fruits of my (and
other's) labour are being used.  Sometimes I feel it just gets sent out
to the ether and disappears.

So, if you're using Geoserver, please reply to this message and tell
myself and the rest of the people what you're using it for!

Thanks,
Dave
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And if anyone can provide a link with examples, that will be great!!!
I will write about how we use Geoserver a bit later.


Thanks,
Alex



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RE: [Geoserver-devel] Who's using Geoserver (and for what)?

Stuart.Girvan
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Dave,

As part of the SEEGrid Community
(https://www.seegrid.csiro.au/twiki/bin/view/Infosrvices/ProjectScenarioImple
mentations) we're rolling out an 'Interoperability Testbed' to all the State
and Territory Geoscience agencies in Australia. This partly involves going
round to all our state Geoscience agencies and installng Geoserver. We're
having to use the branch that Social Change Online developed because
community schemas are a big issue for us (and I think will become for any
organistaion who wants to deliver information where they are not the sole
provider of that type of info, ie almost everybody).

We've already got our interagency testbed up and running and are receiving
very positive feedback. Checkout the SEEGrid site if you're interested -
https://www.seegrid.csiro.au and
https://www.seegrid.csiro.au/twiki/bin/view/Infosrvices/WebHome .

Cheers,
Stuart
 
PS If there are any other interested parties out there in getting community
schemas up and running please let us know.

 

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>
> Well, it looks like Geoserver 1.3.0 ("the official release")
> is coming out quite soon now.  I've been very busy adding
> functionality, ease-of-use, and stability.  After all this
> hard work, what I'd like to know is who is actually using
> Geoserver and what its being used for!
>
> I'm busy working on my presentation for the OpenSource
> GeoSpatial Conference (also known as MUM), and I'd like to
> mention a few projects.  I'd also like to know why you chose
> Geoserver over other products.
>
> I'm actually quite interested in hearing about how the fruits
> of my (and
> other's) labour are being used.  Sometimes I feel it just
> gets sent out to the ether and disappears.
>
> So, if you're using Geoserver, please reply to this message
> and tell myself and the rest of the people what you're using it for!
>
> Thanks,
> Dave
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