[lug] Apr. 10, 2003 - Boulder Linux Users Group Meeting

Chris Riddoch Christopher.Riddoch at colorado.edu
Wed Apr 9 01:04:55 MDT 2003

                  Linux User's Group Meeting

Where:    University of Colorado Boulder Campus
          Fleming Law - Room 102, on the south side of the lounge.

          (If you want to arrive early, join us at the Dark Horse for a
          bite to eat around 5:30 P.M.)

Map:      http://www.colorado.edu/directories/webmap/
          We'll be in building 28 - the bottom right corner of the map.
          See below for driving directions

Time:     7:00 P.M.

Date:     Thursday, April 10, 2003

Main Speaker: Karen Robine <Krobine at aol.com>

Presentation: Grass/GIS

Abstract: GRASS GIS (Geographic Resources Analysis Support System) is
          an open source, free software Geographical Information
          System (GIS) with raster, topological vector, image
          processing, and graphics production functionality that
          operates on various platforms through a graphical user
          interface and shell in X-Windows. It is released under GNU
          General Public License (GPL). (from http://grass.baylor.edu/)

Driving directions (from the Dark Horse):
         * Go west on Baseline and turn right on Broadway.
         * Turn right on Regent Drive.
         * Take the first right that is not a parking lot. This is
           before you get to the pedestrian crosswalk and the
         * Go straight until you get to the parking lot. Parking is
           free after 5:00.  Tennis courts will be to the east.
           You'll be very close to the intersection of Baseline and
         * The building will be directly to the north, enter through
           the door on the left.
         * We're in one of the classrooms connected to the lounge.
           Look for the penguin sign outside the door.

Christopher.Riddoch at colorado.edu
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