If you’re planning a trip to Sydney this year for FOSS4G, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to hear about OpenLayers in presentations and workshops.
Presentations (that mention OpenLayers in the abstract)
- Maptivism: GIS for the People!
- MapTiler: map publishing a la Google Maps
- OCEAN Toolkit: Incorporating Local Knowledge into Marine Spatial Planning
- Comparing apples and oranges: Uncovering the mystery of component selection in WebGIS projects
- SCENZ-Grid, The implementation of a Science Collaboration and Computation Environment
- There is no alternative to OpenLayers…?
- GeoShield: a server side user permissions management to OGC services
- Mapping interviews with open source technologies
- Visualising animal movements in ‘near’ real time
- Building community information systems with Drupal and OpenLayers
- Mobile Mapping for Field Data Collection
- OpenLayers: Vector Mayhem
- Building a SDI massively based on OWS
- ZOO project : an open WPS Platform
- Building a web mapping application with GeoExt
- Maps and BI for large organizations
- OpenGeo: a ‘dot-org’ to build the Open Geospatial Web
- How to create a web 2.0 mapping with MapFish development framework ?
- An hybrid GIS solution to manage the French gas utility network
- GeoPrisma : An Access Controlled Map Generator
- MarineMap: Participatory Marine Protected Area Design Using a Web-Based Open Source Too
- Open Web Processing Services for Improving Accuracy of GPS tracks using Filtering and Map-Matching
- ebRIM interface for GeoNetwork OpenSource
Workshops (mentioning OpenLayers)
- Geospatial BI with FOSS: an introduction to GeoMondrian and Spatialytics
- Introduction to the Open GeoStack: PostGIS, GeoServer, GeoWebCache, and OpenLayers
- Making Maps Fast – Performance tuning and Tile Caching
- OpenLayers – Your Foundation for Browser Based Mapping
- Practical introduction to MapFish, the web 2.0 mapping application framework
(Update: Workshops list linked to abstracts. Thanks Shoaib.)