OSGeo UK Local Chapter

OSGeo:UK AGM 2020

It’s time for the OSGeo:UK AGM again - last year we were able to hold it in summy Edinburgh, this year we will be online again. It will be held on Wednesday October 28th from 12pm - 1pm. As in previous years, we’ll use a Google Hangout with details sent to the OSGeo:UK mailing list and posted here on the morning of the 28th.

The proposed agenda is here - please post any items you would like added to it on the mailing list.

The AGM is open to anyone working in or interested in open source GIS in the UK - if you are not already, please sign up to the mailing list for updates on all things OS GIS UK, and/or follow us on Twitter. We’d really like as many people as possible to dial in for a chat about OSGeo in the UK - we could do with some new voices in the discussion!


Thinking of an Open Source GIS event, and after some support? Contact us on the mailing list below and tell us your idea! See our past events page for details of events we have supported or organised in the past.

See also our guidelines page for information on setting up a FOSS4GUK event.


FOSS4GUK Online 2020 was a big success - for an outlay of around £200, we had:

FOSS4GUK 2019 has been and gone, and was an enormously successful event. Our thanks go out to the organising committee, sponsors and delegates. Videos are available on our YouTube channel. Also see the twitter hashtags #FOSS4GUK and #FOSS4GUK2019 for a sense of what it was like.


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See the training page for details of upcoming training courses related to OSGeo projects.

Training providers- see the instructions at the bottom of that page for how to add your own courses to the list.

OSGeo:UK is an unincorporated organisation. Our constitution, adopted in March 2016, can be found here.




From time to time we may choose to financially support an open source GIS project, or help someone attend an event. See funding guidelines for more details on how to apply.

See past donations for yearly breakdowns on the projects we have supported to date.

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