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.
We are planning on running FOSS4GUK:Local on Thu 17 Nov 2022. We are proposing a new approach and are aiming to meet both in person and ‘in the cloud’ on PostGIS day. This will be a hybrid conference, but with a twist: there will be no central physical location. The idea is to have a range of venues, geographically dispersed, where you can physically meet up, with some sessions streamed to all venues, and other sessions run locally.
We hope to have at least four meet up locations, but will aim for a lot more. There is no minimum size location, so you can meet up with a couple of friends locally, or get together with a much larger number in a big town or city. You will also be able to join remotely, from wherever you are, if you can’t get to a venue.
This is where we need you! We need local organisers to step forward and offer to host an event at their location. Please contact us if you are interested in helping to deliver FOSS4G UK 2022.
|Bristol||Ant Scott / Alastair Graham|
|Birmingham / Midlands||Mark Wilcox|
|Leeds||Mike West / Robin Lovelace|
|South West / Dartmoor National Park||Matt Travis / Dave Barter|
|South West / Southampton||Paul Wittle / Paul Naylor|
|Scotland||Tom Armitage / Ana Basiri|
For more details, check out this email on the OSGeo:UK Mailing List.
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.
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 and altered by SGM in December 2018, can be found here.
Our previous constitution can be found here.
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See past donations for yearly breakdowns on the projects we have supported to date.
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