[OSM-talk] Fwd: Online discussion group for geospatial computing

Stephen Gower socks-openstreetmap.org at earth.li
Mon Jul 30 10:42:58 BST 2007

  For info, this isn't quite OSM, but there have been some people
  talking about historical/archeological mapping on here.

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From:         Ann Borda <a.borda at JISC.AC.UK>
Subject: Online discussion group for geospatial computing
Date:         Fri, 27 Jul 2007 17:11:51 +0100


May be of interest to colleagues


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From: Announcement list for the Arts and Humanities e-Science Support Centre on behalf of Lydia Horstman
Subject: Online discussion group for geospatial computing
Mapping the Past - geospatial computing in history and archaeology

We would like to invite you to join an online discussion group that deals
with the application of geospatial computing in the fields of archaeology
and history:


This group originated from the AHRC ICT Methods Network workshop
'Space/Time: Methods in geospatial computing for mapping the past' held in
Edinburgh earlier this week:

After two days of lively discussion, we concluded that it would be
interesting to continue the exchange of ideas beyond the event itself - and
to invite other interested parties to join us. As we did some live blogging
during the workshop, you can get an idea of the questions and problems we
discussed. A more formal report, papers and presentations will be published

This group is part of a new online community initiative called 'Digital Arts
& Humanities' that is being developed by the Methods Network and partners
and is hosted at King's College London: http://www.arts-humanities.net.

Please circulate this email to colleagues and friends who might be interested!

Stuart Dunn, Leif Isaksen and Torsten Reimer

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