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KML Special Session at the May 2008 Interop Meeting

KML is the language used for adding content to Google Sky -- although most applications are rather for Google Earth. The language has been controlled by Google for a long time, but is now controlled by the Open Geospatial Consortium, who have recently released KML version 2.2.

The IVOA Exec has decided that astronomers as well as geographers have an interest in KML, and our session at the Interop will be a discussion of what that interest is, as well as some demonstrations and presentations of what astronomers have done with KML and Google Sky.


Speaker Title
Mike Fitzpatrick KML: Beyond Placemarks
Ryan Scranton Open-Source KML Tools
Roy Williams KML for VOEvents
Michael Weiss-Malik Future of KML, Q and A


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META TOPICPARENT name="InterOpMay2008"

KML Special Session at the May 2008 Interop Meeting

KML is the language used for adding content to Google Sky -- although most applications are rather for Google Earth. The language has been controlled by Google for a long time, but is now controlled by the Open Geospatial Consortium, who have recently released KML version 2.2.

The IVOA Exec has decided that astronomers as well as geographers have an interest in KML, and our session at the Interop will be a discussion of what that interest is, as well as some demonstrations and presentations of what astronomers have done with KML and Google Sky.


Speaker Title
Mike Fitzpatrick KML: Beyond Placemarks
Ryan Scranton Open-Source KML Tools
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META TOPICPARENT name="InterOpMay2008"

KML Special Session at the May 2008 Interop Meeting

KML is the language used for adding content to Google Sky -- although most applications are rather for Google Earth. The language has been controlled by Google for a long time, but is now controlled by the Open Geospatial Consortium, who have recently released KML version 2.2.

The IVOA Exec has decided that astronomers as well as geographers have an interest in KML, and our session at the Interop will be a discussion of what that interest is, as well as some demonstrations and presentations of what astronomers have done with KML and Google Sky.


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Mike Fitzpatrick KML: Beyond Placemarks
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Ryan Scranton Open-Source KML Tools
 
Michael Weiss-Malik Future of KML, Q and A
Roy Williams KML for VOEvents

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KML Special Session at the May 2008 Interop Meeting

KML is the language used for adding content to Google Sky -- although most applications are rather for Google Earth. The language has been controlled by Google for a long time, but is now controlled by the Open Geospatial Consortium, who have recently released KML version 2.2.

The IVOA Exec has decided that astronomers as well as geographers have an interest in KML, and our session at the Interop will be a discussion of what that interest is, as well as some demonstrations and presentations of what astronomers have done with KML and Google Sky.


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Mike Fitzpatrick KML: Beyond Placemarks
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Ryan Scranton Title TBD
Michael Weiss-Malik Future of KML, Q and A
Roy Williams KML for VOEvents
 

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META TOPICPARENT name="InterOpMay2008"

KML Special Session at the May 2008 Interop Meeting

KML is the language used for adding content to Google Sky -- although most applications are rather for Google Earth. The language has been controlled by Google for a long time, but is now controlled by the Open Geospatial Consortium, who have recently released KML version 2.2.

The IVOA Exec has decided that astronomers as well as geographers have an interest in KML, and our session at the Interop will be a discussion of what that interest is, as well as some demonstrations and presentations of what astronomers have done with KML and Google Sky.


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