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bio website mateusz.loskot.net
location United Kingdom
age 35
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I'm a C++ programmer, Unix user, OSGeo Charter Member and ACCU.org member, geek, climber, senior programmer in geospatial industry.

I contribute(d) to the following Open Source projects:

  • SOCI (current maintainer) Boost.Geometry (supporting developer)
  • GDAL/OGR (former maintainer)
  • libLAS (co-founder)
  • GEOS (co-developer)
  • PostGIS Raster (co-developer)
  • WCELIBCEX (author)
  • some contributions to PDAL, libspatialindex, Boost.GIL, PROJ.4, GeoTIFF, libGD, C++/Tk, Feature Data Objects (FDO) (worked on PostGIS provider)

http://about.me/mloskot

https://www.ohloh.net/accounts/mloskot

https://github.com/mloskot


Aug
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awarded  Constituent
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awarded  Excavator
Dec
2
answered OGR: Meaning of “2.5D extension as per 99-402”
Dec
2
comment OGR: Meaning of “2.5D extension as per 99-402”
@NathanW Good point, I've taken the liberty to edit it
Dec
2
revised OGR: Meaning of “2.5D extension as per 99-402”
Improve lang., use quote from Wikipedia
Dec
2
suggested suggested edit on OGR: Meaning of “2.5D extension as per 99-402”
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10
awarded  Editor
Jan
10
revised What is the OSGeo4W-equivalent for Linux?
Update following the comments
Jan
9
comment What is the OSGeo4W-equivalent for Linux?
@donschoe If a software is not packaged for distribution you use, you should submit request to maintainers of your distribution. This way, other users will benefit greatly. That's how it works in Linux world, ideally.
Jan
9
answered What is the OSGeo4W-equivalent for Linux?
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22
awarded  Teacher
Dec
22
answered Best way to find the polygons crossed by a line
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Autobiographer