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FOSS4G 2021 - Presentations I would like to follow

FOSS4G 2021 began yesterday, Monday September 27 2021, with the first workshops. The presentations will begin tomorrow, Wednesday Septembre 29 2021.

3Liz has 3 presentations plus 1 made by ONF International :

This years's schedule is very complete and I find it hard to choose from the long list of presentations. So here is my list of presentations that I would like to attend, but that I will not be able to follow in full:

  1. Printing maps in the browser with InkMap
  2. OSGeo in the browser: Advances in client-side WebAssembly-based Geospatial Analysis and frontend visualization using jsgeoda and
  3. Solving Spatial Problems with PostGIS
  4. 3D geo-applications with CesiumJS - data, possible use-cases and specifications
  5. Browser-side geoprocessing with Turf.js and Leaflet
  6. Watching after your PostGIS herd
  7. Geostyler Mapfile Parser
  8. A fast web 3D viewer for 11 million buildings
  9. Graph algorithms on the database with pgRouting
  10. pygeoapi: what's new in the Python OGC API Reference Implementation
  11. FOSS4GPU: Faster GIS via GPU and cuSpatial
  12. OpenStreetMap and the neglected pedestrian
  13. OGC APIs: background, current state, what's next
  14. Geospatial analysis using python 101
  15. OGC API - Deeper Dive into OGC API Features, Records and EDR
  16. QGIS and OGC APIs - how do they work together?
  17. Practical Geospatial Data Versioning with Kart
  18. Processing Massive-Scale Geospatial Data with Apache Sedona
  19. PMTiles: An open, cloud-optimized archive format for serverless map data
  20. MapLibre project: community driven Mapbox GL fork
  21. Modular OGC API Workflows for Processing and Visualization
  22. Cloud optimized formats for rasters and vectors explained
  23. Demystifing OGC APIs with GeoServer: introduction and status of implementation
  24. Deploying and operating GeoServer: a DevOps perspective
  25. QField Features Frenzy
  26. Seamless fieldwork thanks to QFieldCloud
  27. Deployment of open source vector tile technology with UN Vector Tile Toolkit
  28. The Very Best New Features of QGIS 3.x
  29. QGIS Plugin Development Is Not Scary: Lessons Learned from Literature Mapper
  30. QGIS MetaSearch: lowering the barrier to geospatial data discovery in the desktop
  31. Input, Mergin & QGIS: collect data, sync, and collaborate with ease
  32. GeoRasterLayer for Leaflet: Truly Server-Free GeoTIFF Visualization
  33. Versioning in 2021: when and how you should do it
  34. Using point clouds in QGIS
  35. GeoHealthCheck - QoS Monitor for Geospatial Web Services
  36. Wegue - Webmapping with OpenLayers and Vue.js
  37. GeoMapFish und QGIS Server
  38. Algorithm Talk: JSON-to-Code Compression
  39. Vector tile basemaps for your QGIS project
  40. OpenLayers Feature Frenzy
  41. Easily publish your QGIS projects on the web with QWC2
  42. MapStore, a year in review
  43. Deploying QGIS using command line options.
  44. Large scale QGIS deployments : feedback and lessons learned
  45. Fast, Robust Arithmetics for Geometric Algorithms and Applications to GIS
  46. WAPLUGIN: Water Accounting and Productivity Plugin for QGIS
  47. FOSS4G software developments for Water Utilities Management in Eastern Africa by using Vector Tiles
  48. G3W-SUITE: in OS framework for publishing and managing QGIS projects on the Web
  49. Giswater : open source management tool for water networks
  50. An implementation of FOSS4G - QGIS, QField and Vector Tiles for rural water supply management in Rwanda
  51. Geospatial programming with Rust
  52. QGIS, Football, what else ?