Author Archives: Igal Koshevoy

Presentations on creating and customizing online maps by Adam DuVander

Adam DuVander, author of the upcoming Map Scripting 101 book, will be giving a number of talks of interest to those wanting to start creating and customizing online maps: April 22: A free talk at Refresh PDX about tools designers can use to customize their maps on the web. He’ll cover marker icons, image overlays, […]

PDX Open Source GIS Unconference: April 16-17, 2010

Our friends at the Portland Open Source Geospatial User Group (PDX-OSGIS) are organizing the PDX Open Source GIS Unconference on April 16-17, 2010. This event is free, but requires registration because space is limited. This event will be a great place to learn about open source GIS tools, meet fellow practitioners, share your geo-related topic or project, […]

Attend CrisisCamp Salem to help world-wide relief efforts: April 10th, 2010

Volunteers are meeting up at Willamette University in Salem this weekend to assist worldwide disaster relief efforts for Haiti, Chile and Sumatra. This effort will bring together community and student volunteers with a collaborative vision to continue the global CrisisCamp effort launched days after the January quake in Haiti, and applying it to new in-need […]

Help the Haiti relief effort by attending CrisisCamp Portland this weekend

CrisisCamp will bring together volunteers to collaborate on technology projects which aim to assist in Haiti’s relief efforts by providing data, information, maps and technical assistance to NGOs, relief agencies and the public. This event is free and open to the public. You don’t have to be technical to volunteer time.  There will be projects […]

Another event of interest: “Transitioning to a Resilient Portland”, September 25-26

WhereCampers will be interested in another upcoming event: Details below copied from: The Transition Initiative in Portland invites you to meet with us to begin planning and organizing an effort to build community resilience in the face of climate change, rising energy costs and economic decline. Building on work started by many organizations, we […]