DSpace aims to enable people to find, collect, edit, structure and share any kind of information in a real-time, massive-collaboration, augmented-reality-environment (like wikipedia), based on a very common ground: The map of the area, where people actually are, around their Geolocation.
A short talk introducing the ideas and concepts of DSpace and social mapping, assembled entirely on an open-source stack of modern web technologies like websockets and node.js and free/open data-providers like OpenStreetMap. The Event begins at 1700UTC with Beer and Pizza at the TNG office. Our talk is scheduled from 1900-1945UTC (2100-2145MEST) TNG Technology Consulting GmbH Betastraße 13a 85774 Unterföhring
With the ever more growing demand for knowledge and content transfer by means of videos, this wiki is not the best place to host and share them. After following the progress of LBRY for the past two years and with the recent move of the LBRY team to have a fully functional web platform as well (next to the desktop and android app), it was time to make a move and create a channel for Apollo-NG there. The next Starlink Orbit visualizations will be hosted on LBRY as well.