The Re3gistry team is pleased to be at the FOSS4G Florence 2022 event to show the recent developments and its plans for the coming years.
This year the "Free and Open-Source Software for Geospatial" conference FOSS4G 2022 will take place in Florence from the 24th to the 26th of August.
During the talk, we will highlight the inclusion of the latest Re3gistry release within OSGeoLive 15, the latest changes related to the Re3gistry GitHub repository management and the planes outreach initiatives to foster the visibility and uptake of the software.
The release plan will also be announced, including key features to be developed for upcoming releases, such as the long-awaited fusion of Re3gistry with the Register Federation tool currently shared as a prototype service for the INSPIRE initiative.
If you are curious about all the former, do not miss our talk "Re3gistry: your open source interoperable tool to manage and share reference codes" that will take place in the general track on August 25 from 12:00 to 12:30 (Europe/Rome).
If you cannot join us, do not worry. The conference materials will be shared later here within the Re3gistry solution.
About the Re3gistry
The Re3gistry software is a reusable open-source solution for managing and sharing ‘reference codes’, which fosters interoperability through persistent URIs, ensuring concepts are correctly referenced in any domain.
Licensed under the EUPL, it has been developed in a context-neutral way as an open-source project so that it can be deployed or further developed for any sector wanting to have authentic reference data/codes made available for information systems and humans.
The Re3gistry is managed by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre and funded by the Digital Europe Programme. Its development started under the ISA Are3na action and continued under the ISA2 ELISE action as an interoperability tool.
FOSS4G is the acronym for Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial. It is the annual recurring global event hosted by OSGeo, the non-profit organisation that supports and promotes the collaborative development of free and open source geographic technologies and open geospatial data. The conference has been held annually in a different city since 2004.
The Re3gistry has been active at several FOSS4G Conferences. Check out last year’s here.