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GeoMedia Wiki Officially Launched at the Intergraph User’s Conference

Posted by jeffhobbs on June 10, 2008

After quite a bit of coordination with Intergraph on this matter, Intergraph officially launched today. We’ve actually had the site up and running for a month or so now. However it’s only in the last few weeks when Intergraph began looking at contributing Intergraph staff time to the project. As it stands now, the wiki is hosted on a 3rd party wiki server ( The URL is owned by me and Intergraph is sponsoring the site both at a financial and also a staffing level. All of the content on the site is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.

So, for everybody that read and posted on the GeoMedia Wiki entry from April 24, here’s your chance to start contributing! The wiki has been setup where anybody and read the wiki and people that sign-up and login can edit any piece of the wiki. Once you sign-up on Wikispaces, you must request contributor access to GeoMedia Wiki. Once you request access, the wiki organizers are emailed and then we approve your access. It’s that simple!

With the wiki we are welcoming all contributions. If you have something you feel others would benefit from; it belongs on the wiki!

Last but not least, with the creation of the wiki you will see less tutorial-based content posted on my blog. Instead I will be posting more Intergraph and GIS related content which I think might be useful for my readers. I WILL still be creating tutorials and work flows, however much more of this will be going on the wiki as it’s really a much better place to house such content.

One Response to “GeoMedia Wiki Officially Launched at the Intergraph User’s Conference”

  1. […] providers offer blogs (ESRI = many, Autodesk = 1) Jeff Hobbs our blogging ambassador to Intergraph announces the GeoMedia Wiki. While it’s not a blog and not hosted by Intergraph, the company has contributed […]

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