One of my clients is helping out with this unconference. If you’re into GIS, it seems like it’d be worth going. I certainly had fun at the last unconference I went to. I am planning to attend; hope I see you there.
FRUGOS (Front Range Users of Geospatial Open Source) is holding its
first GeoSummit on Saturday, June 16th at Churchill Navigation–100
This will be a unique gathering of a variety of folks interested in
Place–geo-types, hackers, academics, artists, amateur enthusiasts,
etc. While there certainly will be representation from the GIS and open
source worlds, we encourage all who are fascinated about the
intersections of technology and engagement with the world around us to
Also, we’ll be structuring the day around the “un-conference” model (see
http://www.barcamp.org), so, for starters, you
No Passivity (unless you’re a little sleepy after lunch)
Bring your laptop (we’ll have wireless), and a project or enthusiasm
you’d like to talk about with the group, get feedback, and collaborate
on fresh solutions: the agenda of the day will be structured during
the morning registration/sign-up/socializing period.
1) RSVP by joining the Google Groups set up for this event–
2) Bring a laptop (and cellphone/GPS if your enthusiasms tilt that
way), your idea/project, and willingness to collaborate
3) Spread the word
9:30-10:30AM Registration, refreshment, socializing
12ish-2 Lunch (there’s a grill, beverages, and hiking trails)
This promises to be a great combination of creativity, intellectual
engagement, eating and drinking, and socializing.