My presentation submission is accepted: I am going to Sydney, Australia for FOSS4G


Logo of the FOSS4G 2009, Sydney, Australia

Logo of the FOSS4G 2009, Sydney, Australia


Last Monday, on the 20th of July, I got an email from the organisation comitee of the annual FOSS4G conference stating that my submitted talk was accepted.
I am proud to have the opportunity to share my thoughts on “Comparing apples and oranges: Uncovering the mystery of component selection in WebGIS projects”. The talk will mainly deal with uncertainty when faced with technologigal decisions concerning component selection for WebGIS projects.
This years FOSS4G takes place in Sydney, Australia from 20th to 23rd of October. I eagerly anticipate meeting with many of the big players in the Free and OpenSource GIS Community.
After the conference is over, I want to stay for vacation in Australia and explore the eastern coast… staring out of the window to see the cloudy Bonn, I really wish I was there already.

5 Responses to “My presentation submission is accepted: I am going to Sydney, Australia for FOSS4G”

  1. Dodo Says:

    Congratulation and have fun in Sydney!

  2. concuore Says:

    Wow, congrats, sounds really cool!
    Have fun and beware of all of these spiders, snakes, jellyfish…😉

  3. Christoph Baudson Says:

    Congratulations!

    Have a good time in Australia! It’s always cool to meet the international folks. Why not join the OSGeo dev sprint in Bolsena next year?😉

  4. Philipp Gaertner Says:

    Hi Marc,

    congrats…!
    for the exploring part, I can lend you a Lonely Planet Australia! C u in Sydney……..


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