We had a great FOSS4G:UK Local 2022 conference on Thurs 17th Nov 2022. Many thanks to everyone who attended, presented and helped organise the conference. We had 246 attendees in person and ~50 online, meaning we reached a total of about 300 people on the day. We raised about £3500 for OSGeo:UK which will go towards our funding of Open Source Geospatial software. Videos for most of the sessions are now available on our YouTube channel.
We have done a short write up, summarising some of the feedback and highlighting a few of the lessons learned for next time. We’re aiming to run a conference in 2023, and will be asking for volunteers early next year - so please sign up to the mailing list to find out when we’ll be meeting to discuss this.
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.
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.
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Our previous constitution can be found here.
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