GeoRabble #1 arrives in Brisbane on Tuesday April 17 (doors open 5.30pm, talks from 6.30pm). Then grab yourself a free ticket!
Hungry for a tasty serve of Brisbane geospatial goodness, free of agendas and sales pitches, amongst your friends and colleagues? Want to find out about some of the great unsung work being done by passionate people working with location? We’re lining up some great speakers and topics and there are a few speaking slots available – if you’ve got something new and exciting from the world of geo, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re suffering the post-GeoNext blues and need another serve of geospatial goodness, free of agendas and sales pitches, amongst your friends and colleagues; or if you just want to find out about some of the great unsung work being done by passionate people working with location: then grab yourself a free ticket!
We’ll let you know more about some of the great speakers we’ve got lined up shortly, but in the meantime we’ve still got a few speaking slots available – if you’ve got something new and exciting from the world of geo, please email us at email@example.com
Following hot on the heels of the successful inaugural Perth GeoRabble, we’re getting ourselves geared up for the second evening to share geo-ideas, full of fun, and free of sales-pitches.
What is GeoRabble?
GeoRabble is about celebrating the everyday challenges and triumphs of working with location. Everything from the mundane to the glamorous, unfiltered by professional bodies, government and private company agendas and industry politics.
Who is GeoRabble for?
Anyone who has anything to do with GeoTech, GeoDev, GeoBusiness, GeoTrends, GeoFutures, GeoPasts – you name it, as long as you’re passionate and want to share your challenges, triumphs, frustrations and pride in the work that you do.
Date: 21 February, 2012 Time: Doors open 5.30pm, talks from 6.30pm Location: The Oxford Hotel
368 Oxford Street
Here is a very cool project which combines high-tech (digital cameras and online georeferencing software) with low-tech (a helium balloon) to create grass-roots maps.
Balloon mapping is sending a camera up on a balloon, snapping photos, and stitching them into a map. Over the past 18 months, we’ve build a global community of mappers who use balloons and kites to take aerial photos, and our browser application MapKnitter to stitch them together.
What amazing gatherings of geo minded people and rabble rousing across the country.
4 Sydney GeoRabbles
1 Perth GeoRabble
1 Melbourne GeoRabble
Over 420 people have come along and connected
When GeoRabble started it was a simple idea that more could be done to give voice to everyday users and uses of geo, to inspire, connect, share and have fun.
Little did we know so many of you felt the same.
It has been so much fun meeting so many new geo folks and reconnecting with friends in the community.
So, before the year is out we just wanted to send out a massive thank you to everyone of our presenters, attendees and sponsors for making GeoRabble what it has become, the fastest growing, community lead, geo event in Australia.
We hope you all have great Christmas celebrations with friends and family and may the New Year be better and bigger for all your geo endeavours.
Watch out for more GeoRabble events across the country in the New Year and hopefully a new City or two.
Here’s to more rabble rousing in the New Year.
The GeoRabble Crew
An open and inclusive forum for GeoGeeks to share, inspire and have fun.